Mission and Vision 2018-09-06T17:51:07+00:00

Seton Catholic Schools Mission and Vision


Seton Catholic Schools is a transformational educational system committed to overcoming social and academic challenges, empowering students, families and educators to attain their God-given potential.


Seton Catholic Schools provides exceptional Catholic educational opportunities in the classroom and in the community to empower students and positively impact their families and their neighborhoods.

We Believe

Seton Catholic Schools is guided by a rich tradition in the Catholic faith, its mission, vision, and shared values. We believe that together, they define our work and guide us in developing strategies to become the faith-filled, transformational schools network that we strive to be.

Building on over a century of excellence in Catholic education, we are bringing new practices and strategies together with outstanding educators and leaders to prepare students for the for the 21st century. Our schools strive to meet high academic standards and instill a solid spiritual foundation for students as they prepare for high school, college and a meaningful career.


We believe providing all students a high-quality, faith-based education will transform our community. By strengthening Catholic schools, we increase our ability to create robust avenues for addressing social issues within the community: strengthening families; reducing violence, crime, and poverty; building community; combatting racism; and reducing destructive behaviors.

The Seton Way: Mind, Body, Spirit

Building upon the tradition of excellence in Catholic education, we take a holistic approach to educating each child. The Seton Way is simply powerful: support students in mind, body, and spirit to prepare them for their futures and embolden them to be the leaders and innovators of tomorrow. 

“Seton Catholic Schools is an exciting initiative that returns the Church to its roots of social justice, and helps shape not only the Church, but also our future generations.”

— Most Reverend, Jerome E. Listecki, Archbishop of Milwaukee

An education for life begins in Seton classrooms.