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Mother Seton offers Engineering and Other Enrichment Classes for 5th through 8th Grade Girls

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This March, Mother Seton Regional High School is hosting their Annual Saturday Enrichment Program.

They are thrilled to offer girls in grades 5 through 8 an exciting experience in different subjects and sports teams that Mother Seton offers.

This year, the program will offer classes in Lab Science, Cooking, Sewing, Drill Team (dance), Italian, Volleyball, Art, Engineering, and Robotics. All classes are taught by Mother Seton teachers who strive to introduce something new to your child.

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Classes begin Saturday, March 11th and run for the next consecutive Saturdays March 18th and March 25th. You can choose one class from 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m. (Session I) and another subject for 10:30 a.m. until noon (Session II). The total cost is $60 for three weeks of classes. Click here for more information about each class as well as register your daughter.

Mother Seton Regional High School is Catholic school that challenges, empowers and inspires young women to achieve excellence in academics, personal growth and service to others in a nurturing, richly diverse community.

Mother Seton is located at One Valley Road in Clark, NJ. For additional information, call the school at 732-382-1952 or go to motherseton.org.

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