Special Programs

Seton Keough provides a first-class, college preparatory education for all students. Seton Keough allows students the opportunity to explore their own individual strengths and interests.

The school offers both Advance Placement (AP) and Honors courses that challenge students with superior academic backgrounds. The benchmark of Seton Keough’s academic program is to reach out to students on their own learning level.

Seton Keough is one of only a few schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore to offer both the Biomedical and Engineering track of Project Lead the Way. Now in its fifth year, both programs are housed in Seton Keough’s state-of-the art, science laboratories. The rigorous program begins during freshman year and continues to a senior capstone project in engineering design and development or biomedical science research. The curriculum complements but does not replace the core mathematics and science course requirements. Please visit the Biomedical and Engineering web page to learn more » Biomedical and Engineering at Seton Keough

Another specialty at Seton Keough is the Marillac Program, which is for students who welcome the challenge of a college-preparatory program but have a learning difference that compromises their ability to access curriculum in a conventional way. Please visit the Marillac Program web page for more information or contact the Office of Admissions: 410-646-4444.
 

 

Biomedical / Engineering Teachers

Mr. William Mason
Engineering Teacher
410-646-4444, ext. 3292
wmason@setonkeough.com

Ms. Lauren Urban
Biomedical Teacher
410-646-4444, ext. 3294
lurban@setonkeough.com

Dr. Raymond Neumann
Biomedical Teacher
410-646-4444, ext. 3283
rneumann@setonkeough.com

The benchmark of Seton Keough’s academic program is to reach out to students on their own learning level.

Marillac Program


Contact:
Beth Cushing
Director of Marillac
410-646-4444, ext. 3276