The Seton School Athletic Program is a source of pride for its students, staff, parents, coaches, pastors, and alumni. Seton School expects everyone associated with our athletic program to fulfill their responsibility of good sportsmanship, high character, and respect for others. We will strive to help all our athletes reach their athletic potential as well as experience the benefits of healthy competition, teamwork and fun.
Any Seton student who wishes to participate in our athletic program and makes the necessary commitment set forth by the team will be given the opportunity to participate. The success of our athletic program will not be judged by wins and losses. The goal of our athletic program is to help our young people reach their full athletic potential as well as experience the benefits of healthy competition and teamwork with proper appreciation and respect for the opportunities and abilities God has given them.
It is recognized that Seton Catholic School interscholastic athletic events should be conducted in such a manner that good sportsmanship prevails at all times. It is an expectation at Seton Catholic School that every effort is made by students, athletes, coaches, and parents to promote good sportsmanship and healthy competition. Unsportsmanlike conduct by any student, athlete, coach, or parent may result in consequential action taken by the Seton Administration.