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Mother Seton Regional High School

732-382-1952 | 1 Valley Road | Clark, NJ 07066

Posted March 9, 2017 By

Mother Seton Regional High School founded in 1963, is a four-year girls’ Catholic High School.   The school is staffed by the Sisters of Charity of Convent Station, New Jersey and lay faculty members.   Rich in its diversity, the school community represents an inclusive multi-ethnic, religious, and socio-economic community.  Mother Seton HS challenges, empowers and inspires young women to achieve excellence in academics, personal growth and service to others in a nurturing, richly diverse community.  Call them at 732-382-1952 to plan a visit or learn more on  their website https://motherseton.org/

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  1. Mother Seton Regional High School
  2. 732-382-1952
  3. https://motherseton.org/

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