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Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon-cutting for Seton Academy

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On August 30th, the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce was pleased to conduct a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Seton Academy, celebrating its grand opening in time for the new school year.

Seton Academy, located at 189 North Main Street in Rochester, is a private Catholic school operated by the Seton Foundation, fostering an environment where the Catholic faith is central to the educational philosophy of their school, and remaining faithful to the Catholic education tradition. Seton Academy is not a diocesan or parish school; the Foundation will be responsible for all aspects of operations – including funding, personnel, curriculum, and location – while working towards recognition by the Diocese.

Seton Academy intends to grow in the coming years, and ideally relocate into a permanent location that allows the Academy to seat more students and offer extracurricular activities and programs. This year, they look forward to a great school year for their students, faculty and staff.

For questions on enrollment or more information on Seton Academy, please call (603) 833-1952 or visit their website at www.seton.academy. For more information on the Seton Foundation, or to get involved, please email info@seton.academy.

Pictured (in no particular order): Brenda Campbell, David Giangarra, Larry Boire, Packy Campbell and Mike Pelletier of the Seton Foundation cutting the ribbon. Erika Robichaud, Lauren Cronshaw and Maria Vertetis, teachers at Seton Academy; Fr. Matthew Schultz, Our Lady of the Holy Rosary & St. Leo Parishes; Rochester Mayor Paul Callaghan; Dave Robart, Business Communications of Maine; Harrison Thorp, The Rochester Voice; Janet Oliver, Until; Mary Henderson, Bank of New Hampshire; and Ben Coakley, Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce, as well as friends, family, and students of Seton Academy.

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