News Articles And More

  • The Catholic Telegraph, the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, announces Seton's partnership with the Archdiocese and the Catholic Inner-City Schools Education Fund (CISE), through which Seton will take over the operation of Resurrection School as an Independent Catholic school. 

  • The Bronx Times features a story about a unique and inspiring connection between Seton and Brilla staff that began 20 years ago. 

  • Mike McShane, director of national research at EdChoice, writes of “The Future of Private Schools” in Forbes, noting that Bellwether Education Partners’ document on the state of private schooling in America cites Seton's blended learning model as one of several possible answers to financial sustainability for Catholic schools. 

  • Seton's outside-the-box model of public charter school during the day and optional, privately funded faith formation program after school is featured in an article in America Magazine about the search for what's next for Catholic education.

  • Scholar, educator, and public servant Chester E. Finn, Jr. writes about the critical need for character building in schools—a key element of the Brilla Schools model—in a commentary on the Fordham Institute’s website titled “Rekindling moral education: A worthy challenge for schools of choice.

  • EducationNext features a conversation between between executive editor and policy maven Rick Hess and Seton’s Stephanie Saroki de García about why blended learning matters and how to revitalize urban Catholic education, originally published on Education Week’s Rick Hess Straight Up.

  • NYC’s Department of Education highlights Brilla's character curriculum in its Charter Schools Weekly newsletter, noting that the Character Initiatives curricula engage students, staff, and families alike. 

  • Catholic World Report proclaims Seton's charter school model bears good fruit.

  • Cincinnati NPR station features Seton's blended learning work in the community. 

  • Mike McShane from EdChoice interviews Stephanie Saroki de Garcia on how charter schools can save Catholic education in this podcast