About The Seton Keough High School

The Seton Keough High School is a Catholic, college preparatory high school for young women. The school was established in 1988 with the merger of Seton High School and Archbishop Keough High School. Seton Keough is dedicated to promoting excellence in education and developing leadership in young women. The school welcomes and embraces a diversity of culture, faith and ability while fostering a communal Christian spirit. Seton Keough provides a rigorous college-preparatory program including Advance Placement and Honors. In Fall 2009, Seton Keough launched a biomedical and engineering program partnering with St.

Agnes Hospital, the Knott Foundation, the France-Merrick Foundation, and local engineering firms. Seton Keough also offers the Marillac Program for students with learning differences. One hundred percent of Seton Keough graduates go onto college. The school offers an outstanding performing and fine arts program, offers over 30 clubs and extracurricular activities, and as a member of the IAAM league fields 18 competitive sports teams in 12 sports.

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