There are many options for high school - charter, private, boarding, religious, public – and each have their advantages. However, there are unique benefits to attending a private Catholic high school that the other options don’t provide.
It’s safe to say that at the core, all schools strive to educate their students and prepare them for success after graduation.
It’s also true that each school takes various approaches to help their students reach their goals, and when it comes to boarding school versus private day school, they can have many similarities but they can also be very different.
Topics: Boarding School for High School
High school an important time, when students learn more about the world around them and find their passions. They get involved in clubs and sports and have to learn about time management and goal-setting. The transition from middle school to high school is daunting for many students. Here are some tips on how to prepare for high school and be a successful student.
Choosing a school for your son is an important consideration. Both private schools and boarding schools offer many benefits, but there are a few key differences. At St. Lawrence, we find these differences provide more opportunities for students to form lasting relationships while also learning how to be independent in a safe environment.
Those of the St. Lawrence Seminary students who went back to their families for the Winter Break, found their friends at home were a bit confused, because many other schools were on Spring Break. This was simply a function of the calendar and the late Easter this year, but it was amusing that our students found that their friends from home were on Spring Break while St. Lawrence observed Winter Break. St. Lawrence Seminary isn’t afraid to be different once in a while.
Choosing a school for your son involves many considerations and questions. If faith is as important to you and your son as it is to us, a Catholic seminary school is the right choice. Here are 5 reasons why you should choose a Catholic seminary school for high school.
“Happy Lent!” “Have a good Lent!” These greetings sound like an oxymoron. In the midst of spiritual and physical discipline, introspection and ardor, ‘happy’ is probably the last word on my list during my Lenten journey. Yet, here we are entering our Lenten desert once again. What happens when we take time to step out of our daily, routine and possibly mundane lives for this experience in the desert? Let me break open a few spiritual disciplines that are deepened during our Lenten experience.
Topics: Faith & Formation
Investing in a St. Lawrence education is an investment in your son’s academic, spiritual and moral development, but for many families choosing a boarding school is a significant financial investment. Many families struggle with how to afford boarding school. St. Lawrence Seminary High School is guided by the long-standing practice of accepting students first based on merit, not by financial status. Financial aid is available to all U.S. families who demonstrate a financial need, and the amount of aid provided is based on validated need.
Topics: Admissions & Financial Aid
It’s Valentine’s Day, and love is in the air. Loving yourself is just as important as showing your affection to others, so this year we’ll take some time for self-reflection. Here are the top 10 reasons why we love St. Lawrence Seminary.
When parents first start considering a boarding school, one of the first questions they have is cost. It’s an important consideration for any parent. In the interest of transparency, this blog is a quick reference for St. Lawrence costs for prospective parents.
Topics: Admissions & Financial Aid