'Our Eyes Are Fixed On the Lord'. (Ps 123)
The mission of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School is to educate children in a Christ-centered environment where each child can achieve his/her fullest potential, become a lifelong learner, value service to God and the community, and work cooperatively and independently while serving others.
Within a Catholic faith community, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School emphasizes each child as a unique reflection of God’s goodness. Our excellent academic curriculum encourages the development of each individual’s God-given gifts. Students are provided a variety of extracurricular and co-curricular activities, which enriches the learning environment and teaches them responsibility. As a Catholic school we strive to develop a sense of self-worth and independence in students while encouraging service to others. We nurture the spiritual, moral, emotional, intellectual, and physical growth of all students. This educational environment provides a strong foundation for the future.
Profile of a St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Graduate
A St. Elizabeth Ann Seton graduate is:
- a Christ-centered person who exhibits a loving, generous spirit
- actively dedicated to service and social justice
- a creative critical thinker open to constantly evolving educational challenges
- a confident, well-rounded, and self-motivated individual
- a well-informed positive role model who actively demonstrates Gospel values
We, the faculty and staff of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School, believe...
- Each person is made in the image and likeness of God and is a valued individual with unique physical social, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual needs.
- Creating a Christ-centered environment promotes an attitude of respect for the dignity of all persons and fosters a love of life, love of family, and love of country.
- Teachers, administrators, parents, the clergy, and the community share the responsibility for advancing the school’s mission.
- Students learn in different ways and must be provided a variety of approaches to learning and assessment.
- A student’s self esteem is enhanced by positive relationships and mutual respect between student and staff.
- Providing a safe, caring, and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.
- Commitment to continuous improvement is imperative for our school to enable students to become confident, self-directed, lifelong learners.