At Mother Seton, ‘Academic Excellence’ Is Not Just a Tagline


CLARK. NJ -- Accepted students with IEPs, Service Plans and 504 Plans are successful in Mother Seton's acclaimed college preparatory program.

"There is a place for accepted students on every rung of the academic ladder at Mother Seton because we are not afraid to adapt our curriculum to meet the needs of a struggling student," said Corinne Wnek, Director of Guidance. "We offer extensive services for students that are provided through the Guidance office and the Educational Services commission. The counselors work closely with the faculty to make sure that qualified students receive the academic accommodations they need to be successful. Professional instructional aides are also provided to tutor students both one on one and as support within the classroom."

‘Academic excellence’ is not just a tagline. Over the years, we have helped hundreds of students reach their own personal academic excellence. The result is 100% college placement for all students. In addition, over 81% of Mother Seton seniors average $280,000 in scholarship money per student.

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"Stop wondering if your child can be successful in high school and go on to college," Wnek added. Hundreds of our graduates already have.

Mother Seton Regional High School is a four-year girls’ Catholic school for students in grades 9 through 12. We challenge, empower and inspire young women to achieve excellence in academics, personal growth and provide service to others in a nurturing, richly diverse, multi-ethnic, religious and socio-economic community.  We are located on a beautifully landscaped 27 acre campus just off Garden State Parkway exit 135.  Mother Seton Regional High School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges. To learn more, visit

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