Seton Catholic Preparatory Blog

  • Aug 17

    Keep calm and go thrifting!

    Posted on Aug 17 by Jill · Filed in Religious Life

    Today (Aug. 17) is National Thrift Shop Day. Let the bargain hunting begin!

    A friend of Seton Catholic Prep who is an avid thrifter (but wishes to remain anonymous) has found many treasures in thrift shops: Kate Spade, Coach, and Michael Kors handbags for under $10; Steve Madden, Marc Jacobs, and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes under $20; and designer dresses that retail for $250 and up for under $25.

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  • Aug 10

    Principal Serna’s Welcome Back Letter

    Posted on Aug 10 by Jill · Filed in Announcements

    To Jesus, Through Mary

    To the Seton Catholic Preparatory Community:

    What a great time to be a Sentinel! There is a positive energy around from everyone I encounter, and I know we are in for a great school year. I want to officially welcome you to another great year of a quality Catholic education here at Seton Catholic Preparatory. Seton Catholic has been serving the East valley community since 1954 and I am excited to partner with you as we continue towards academic excellence, leadership, and loving service to others. The first day of classes is always exciting for me because it provides a blank canvas just waiting for the daily strokes of color and charm. Regardless of our prior experiences, we all begin with a fresh start and this is one of the beauties of education that we all share.

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  • Aug 03

    Retired principal on mission to preserve past

    Posted on Aug 03 by Jill · Filed in Academics & Programs

    By Patricia Collins, Seton Catholic Prep retired principal

    What does a principal who retires from the school she loves do with her free time? Well in my case, you work on building Seton Catholic Prep’s official archive. I am fortunate to have been a school librarian, and since retiring July 1, now have the time to devote to preserving Sentinel stories.  

    Over the past 64 years, Seton has accumulated many memories in the form of pictures and memorabilia. It has always been the school’s desire to organize these items and make them accessible.  

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