Set the Foundation
Most of us here at SEAS are parents just like you. We know what it’s like to want the best for our children as they receive their education. As faith-filled people, we also know how important it is that our faith is a strong part of what and how we learn. We want our kids to learn that no matter where they are in life, they can always rely on their relationships with God to guide them through all pathways.
At St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School, we celebrate each child as a whole. We don’t only desire them to grow in academic ways but also in their spiritual, social, and emotional life. We provide opportunities for your child to participate in sports, arts, and social events because we believe we can learn to honor God in all aspects of life, not only in our education.
Our students at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton will have:
Our SEAS team will come alongside you, the parents, to partner in your child’s academic and social development. Together we will make a difference.
What is different at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton?
With our small class sizes and family-type learning environment, your child will receive the personal attention they need, crave, and deserve.
We meet each child where they are in their own learning process, using decades of teaching tools and resources to optimize student’s potential.
Your child will be seen, known, and loved at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Their SEAS class will soon feel like family, giving your child the comfort they need to succeed in learning.
Specialized learning methods...really.
Our method of developing young minds.
When we say “specialized learning programs,” we mean it. At St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, we specialize in differentiation where we meet each individual where they are at and help them to grow. Each child has unique and special God-given talents, and we honor their individuality.
“We have faculty who’ve been teaching for decades and work with each student to ensure they’re meeting their potential. It allows us to serve students with the tools that work best for them.”
~Kelly Vangsness, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Principal