Can my children attend All Saints if they are not Catholic?
Seton Catholic at All Saints, as well as all of the Catholic Schools of Broome County, admit students of any religion, race, color or sex.
What is considered affliated?
Affiliated means being a registered member of a Catholic parish
Do you follow NYS curriculum?
Seton Catholic at All Saints follows New York State and Diocesan curriculum guidelines.
Are your teachers certified?
All of our teachers are certified by the New York State Education Department.
Can my child be bused to school?
Transportation is provided through your child’s public school district. Forms are available through the school’s office until April 1st. After that date, you must contact the district.
Do you offer AP (advanced placement) and honors classes?
Seton Catholic at All Saints offers AP classes in Math and Science. Private tutoring is also available based on individual need.
Are financial aid and scholarships available?
Yes, families in our system are eligible for financial aid. To apply for aid obtain a PSAS application at any of our schools and submit the application by the application deadline.
What is the tuition rate?
Tuition rate for the school is set by the diocese and can be viewed here
Do I have to pay all at once?
There are several payment plans available. Call the Catholic Schools Office at 607-723-1547 to find the method that best works for you.
Do the student have to wear a uniform?
Yes, Seton Catholic at All Saints students from Pre-K through 6th grade are required to wear a uniform. Our dress code policy can be found in the student handbook and on our website.
Do you offer before or after school care?
Seton Catholic at All Saints offers both a before and after school care program. Our before school care begins at 7:00am and after school care begins immediately at dismissal and runs until 6pm.
Do you have computers?
Seton Catholic at All Saints has a computer lab which is open to all students; the second floor of building is WiFi accessible.