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  • Oct 05

    A World Teachers’ Day Remembrance

    Posted on Oct 05 by Joyce · Filed in Academics & Programs

    By Joyce Valdez 
    Seton Catholic Prep Communications Manager

    October 5 is World Teachers’ Day, an annual observance initiated by UNESCO in 1991. While Seton has many talented, devoted, and accomplished teachers who deserve to be highlighted on this special day, I’d like to talk about one I knew personally – my uncle, Dick Jordan. He was the cool uncle you didn’t mind sitting next to at the Thanksgiving Day dinner table, so it stands to reason he was a cool teacher. One episode illustrates not only how cool he was but the lasting impact teachers can have on students.  

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  • Sep 21

    Seton: ‘Best-Kept Secret’ No More

    Posted on Sep 21 by Joyce · Filed in Academics & Programs

    By Brian Rosario
    Seton Catholic Prep Mission Advancement Officer

    Upon being hired at Seton as the major gifts officer, I was told, "We have been the best-kept secret in the East Valley." I was also told of the big plans we have to build out our master plan for our campus. When connecting those two things—being the best kept secret and the build-out of the master plan—we had to design a strategy that would give us the greatest chance to win the support to raise the dollars we needed. 

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  • Sep 07

    Meet Your 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees

    Posted on Sep 07 by Joyce · Filed in Alumni

    The Seton Catholic Prep Hall of Fame Awards recognize outstanding alumni who are committed to upholding Seton Catholic’s high standards of excellence. Honorees have brought distinction to themselves, their communities, and thereby, to Seton Catholic through meritorious service, noteworthy civic and charitable endeavors, and exceptional personal or professional achievement.  On Sept. 29, four Sentinels will be welcomed into the Hall of Fame. 

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