The Sentinel Student Newspaper

Graduating Seniors share final wisdom

Managing Editor Sarah Monsegur, who plans to attend Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, and Editor-in-Chief Trinity Hart, who plans to attend Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, share some advice to underclassmen. (Sarah Monsegur/SENTINEL NEWSPAPER)By Sarah Monsegur, Class of ’24, Managing Editor & By Trinity Hart, Class of ’24, Editor-in-Chief
May 10, 2024

As a second semester senior here at Seton, one of the most important things I have come to realize over the past four years is that the point of High School is not just copious amounts of homework and the array of tiny, intimidating percentages under the “View Grades” button in Canvas.

Irish teens experience American culture

Guests from Sacred Heart School in Tullamore, Ireland, join their Seton hosts at the Phoenix St. Patrick’s Day Parade March 16 with Grand Marshal Thomas Byrne, Ireland’s Minister of State for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media. (Courtesy Photo)By Sarah Monsegur ’24, Managing Editor
April 10, 2024

Twenty-five guests from Sacred Heart School in Tullamore, Ireland began a week full of adventure March 14, indulging in American fast food, “having the craic” (an Irish phrase meaning “having a good time”) and all that Arizona has to offer.

Adaptations required for first-year high-schoolers

Freshmen pay attention in Mr. Carter Aby’s English Literature class Jan. 19. (Finley Cahill/SENTINEL NEWSPAPER)Finley Cahill ’26, Staff Writer
April 9, 2024

Freshman Gavin McGuinness expected high school to be harder than eighth grade. He thought his year would be filled with more homework and harder questions. He had always struggled with science and found that it carried into his Freshman year. With a better mindset and a less nonchalant attitude, this semester he wants to qualify for the New Balance or Nike Nationals, a track competition.

Students find renewal at Kairos 62

Candidates and leaders for Kairos 62 gather together at the Franciscan Renewal Center before returning back to the Seton campus March 22. (Courtesy Photo)By Trinity Hart ’24, Editor-in-Chief
April 8, 2024

After months of preparation and anticipation, a group of Seton staff, leaders and upperclassmen students took a four-day trip to the Franciscan Renewal Center in Scottsdale from March 19-22 for Kairos 62.

FORGE Retreat helps strengthen brotherhood for Seton boys

Participants at the FORGE Retreat give a thumbs up before going into a small-group session Jan. 19. (Gabe Acosta/The Sentinel)By Matthieu Pangan ’25
Jan. 24, 2024

The Seton boys’ community came together to learn more about their faith through a group retreat called FORGE Jan. 19. Established several years ago under former Seton teacher Mr. Stephen Ryan, its purpose is to reinvigorate the relationships and camaraderie among the Seton male students. Additionally, the retreat is student-led. This year, it focused on the charism of courage.

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By Trinity Hart, ’24

Your life is far from boring. Each and every person at this school has a story to tell, whether you live your life out loud or behind the scenes.

Seton prepares for Unified Field Day

Students from the House of St. Mary Magdalene pose for a picture at their booth during last year's Unified Field Day. (File Photo)

By Sarah Monsegur, ’24
Managing Editor

In an effort to provide memorable experiences for students with special needs, Seton Buddies will host guests from eight nearby schools for a Unified Field Day on Feb. 2 at Michael Eubanks Stadium with game booths, food trucks and a DJ.