Strategic Plan

2014-18 Strategic Plan

As the Seton Keough community looks to the future, it recognizes the need to maintain its commitment to excellence through strategic planning. During the 2013-2104 school year, the School Board surveyed the school’s constituents to gather input on key issues that affect the ongoing life of the school. The results identified challenges and opportunities for the school to chart a course for its future. The following five areas were identified and strategies put into place to accomplish our goal to build a stronger, sustainable and successful Seton Keough High School.

Seton Keough’s strategic plan is reviewed every year and updated every four years once approved by the Board.

Leadership & Governance

 

  • Review staffing structure of the school
  • Clearly delineate responsibilities of the President and provide staffing to achieve these goals
  • Develop an enrollment management plan
  • Develop a three-year financial plan
  • Enhance the Catholic identity of the school
  • Engage the Board more effectively
Marketing & Alumnae
  • Enhance communications
  • Produce paper mailing to alumnae and friends as well as electronic communications
  • Develop an effective recruiting plan to increase enrollment
  • Address negative perceptions in the broader community
  • Strengthen alumnae relations with a three-prong approach: Seton, Archbishop Keough and Seton Keough
  • Plan a gala as a fund/friend raising event
Facilities & Technology
  • Improve the physical appearance of the building and campus
  • Develop a three-year plan for physical plant updates, which addresses the athletic fields
    and HVAC system
  • Develop a technology plan to address expanded Wi-Fi access throughout the campus
  • Maintain a safe and secure environment for the school community
Advancement
  • Hire a development director
  • Strengthen annual appeal
  • Develop a plan for soliciting major gifts
  • Develop a planned giving program
  • Plan for a capital campaign
Curriculum Development
  • Evaluate existing curriculum
  • Develop internship programs for students
  • Enhance professional development for staff
  • Strengthen college and career preparation
  • Integrate technology more completely into the curriculum
  • Strengthen leadership development programs for students
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