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This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Please help improve this article by introducing appropriate citations to additional sources. (August 2010) Mother Seton Regional High School Address 1 Valley Road Clark, New Jersey, (Union County), 07066  United States Coordinates 40°37′32″N 74°18′12″W / 40.62556°N 74.30333°W / 40.62556; -74.30333Coordinates: 40°37′32″N 74°18′12″W / 40.62556°N 74.30333°W / 40.62556; -74.30333 Information Type Private, All-Girls Religious affiliation Roman Catholic, Sisters of Charity Established 1963 Principal Sr. Regina Martin Asst. Principal Joan Barron, Sr. Jacquelyn Balasia Grades 9–12 Color(s) Red and Gold          Slogan Today's Choices for Tomorrow's Woman Athletics conference Greater Middlesex Conference Team name Setters Accreditation(s) Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools[1] Publication Driftwood (literary magazine) Newspaper Setonaire Yearbook Sojourn Athletic Director Donna O'Boyle Website Mother Seton Regional High School is an all-girls, Catholic high school located in Clark, New Jersey. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark.[2] Contents 1 Background 2 Academics 3 Extracurricular activities 3.1 Athletics 3.2 Clubs and activities 4 External links 5 References Background The school is staffed by the Sisters of Charity of Convent Station, New Jersey and lay faculty members. The school is a community composed of students, their parents, the administration, the faculty and staff, the alumnae and their parents. Rich in its diversity, the community represents a multi-ethnic, religious and socio-economic community. The modern two-level building is located on a beautifully landscaped campus of 27 acres (110,000 m2). It contains three science laboratories, two main computer rooms which are fully equipped, one is completely new and several (COW) computer carts with wireless computers are available for classroom use. The entire building hass wireless access as well as wired connection. The Library/Media Center and classrooms have internet accessibility. The school also has SmartBoards and laser printers. Each faculty member has a laptop computer with a multimedia projector in the classroom for easy access to the most current technology. A spacious Art Studio and a Foods and Clothing Laboratory provide pleasant areas for instruction in Fine and Related Arts for all students. A Chapel, Cafeteria and a large Gymnasium and Fitness Center complete the facilities. The grounds are equipped with three tennis courts, a softball field and soccer field.[2] Academics Mother Seton Regional High School offers a four-year college preparatory curriculum. 100% of Mother Seton graduates go on to higher education. In addition, the academic program at Mother Seton provides emphasis on math and science, areas where women have traditionally been under-represented. In several national studies, it has been found that graduates of girls' schools are four times more likely to pursue careers in math, science and engineering than are female graduates of co-educational schools. Programs like the one at Mother Seton certainly contribute to that statistic. Extracurricular activities This section may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. (Consider using more specific clean up instructions.) Please improve this section if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (January 2009) Athletics •Soccer •Tennis •Volleyball •Bowling •Basketball •Swimming •Softball •Track and Field •Cross Country •Golf Clubs and activities •Drama Club •Student Council •Seton Ambassador Team •Mentor Program •Peer Tutoring •Current Events League •Gospel Choir •Seton Ensemble •Forensics Team •Art Show •Math League •Science League •Academic Challenge Team •Setonaire (newspaper) •Sojourn (yearbook) •Driftwood (literary magazine) •Tech Team •Dance Team External links School Website References ^ MSA-CSS. "MSA-Commission on Secondary Schools". Retrieved 2009-07-31.  ^ a b MSRHS. "Mother Seton Regional High School History". Mother Seton Regional High School website. Archived from the original on 2007-09-29. Retrieved 2007-05-11.  v · d · eGreater Middlesex Conference (NJSIAA) Blue Division Bishop George Ahr • Highland Park • John F. Kennedy (Woodbridge) • Metuchen • Middlesex • Mother Seton • South River • Spotswood Gold Division Cardinal McCarrick • Dunellen • Middlesex County Academy • Middlesex County Vocational (East Brunswick) • Middlesex County Vocational (Perth Amboy) • Middlesex County Vocational (Piscataway) • Middlesex County Vocational (Woodbridge Township) • South Amboy Red Division East Brunswick • Edison • J.P. Stevens • Old Bridge • Perth Amboy • Piscataway Township • South Brunswick • St. Joseph (Metuchen) • Woodbridge White Division Cartaret • Colonia • Monroe Township • New Brunswick • North Brunswick Township • Sayreville • South Plainfield