Seton House is named after St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American saint. She is known for helping establish the extensive parochial school system in the United States and is the founder of the Daughters of Charity.
Seton House won the House Cup in 2003. Since then we have maintained a strong sense of community and service. Seton House has an excellent tradition for following our motto fides probitas virtus (faith, honesty and excellence) through works of charity such as clothing drives for men’s shelters and care packages for soldiers serving abroad. Our Hoya or bulldog mascot symbolizes our attitude of determination and perseverance.
For more about Seton House, contact:
Mitch Greenwell '05
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