Seton Education Partners was founded in 2009 to expand opportunities for parents in underserved communities to choose an academically excellent, character-rich, and—for those who seek it—vibrantly Catholic education. Seton has a ten-year history of launching and running high-performing initiatives. Seton’s Blended Learning Initiative is a thirteen school, nine-city network wherein Seton partners with Catholic schools to provide the training and fundraising required to implement a data-driven blended learning program that helps partners improve academics and stabilize finances. In 2013, Seton launched the Brilla College Prep Public Charter School in the Bronx which combines a rigorous college prep academic model with an optional after-school Catholic faith formation program. Seton has since launched two additional campuses and plans to add an additional five over the next six years. Seton recently secured a groundbreaking relationship with The Archdiocese of Cincinnati to independently operate a Catholic elementary school campus with full operational autonomy. Romero Academy at Resurrection launched in fall 2020 and will reach a capacity of up to 290 students when fully enrolled.