SEAS is committed to providing a rigorous academic curriculum and spiritual guidance, along with personal and emotional growth within a Catholic faith community. Math, language arts, science, social studies, and religion classes are taught to all students daily. Ancillary classes such as physical education, music, computer, library, French and Spanish are taught once or twice a week depending upon the grade level.
To further our commitment to produce citizens who are confident, self-directed, and who live the gospel, students at SEAS may participate in a wide range of activities outside of the traditional classroom setting. Students regularly take educational field trips which enhance the curriculum. They learn leadership skills through active participation in a variety of extra-curricular activities.
In keeping with the SEAS commitment to guide our students’ growth in mind, body, and spirit, and to develop good sportsmanship and enhance leadership skills, SEAS also offers students the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of sports as well as academic and service clubs and organizations.
Extended Care Program
Before and after school care is offered daily through the Extended Care Program where homework help is available to students in grades one through seven, Monday through Thursday. Extended Care is also provided for PK 2 and PK 3 in the Early Childhood Center.
St. Elizabeth's Guidance Program offers full-time guidance and support services to its school community. Our state certified counselor meets one-on-one with students who may be experiencing personal or academic concerns. The counselor also teaches guidance classes across the grades that are proactive in nature. These classes address such topics as bullying, decision-making, self-esteem, peer pressure, safety, and friendship skills.
Individual Needs Program
The Individual Needs (IN) classroom is available for students in kindergarten through seventh grade who need minor classroom adjustments. The decision to place a student in the IN Room should come from a variety of sources which include parents, teachers, administration, and any professional evaluations the child may have. This program is supplementary and tutorial in design. Students attending the IN Room are scheduled for instruction in lieu of an ancillary class. There is a monthly fee assessed to IN Room students.
All SEAS students are encouraged to address social justice issues by participating in altruistic activities such as food and clothing drives, raising money for Catholic charitable endeavors, being active in Pro-Life causes, performing for the elderly, and preparing meals and providing other basic needs for the poor. They become involved in the mission of the Catholic Church and learn about environmental and health issues through many and varied school-wide activities.
Students have the option of bringing their lunch to school or participating in the school lunch program. Dino's Catering brings in nutritious and delicious menu selections daily. Students may purchase lunch cards with several different options. White and chocolate milk is also available for purchase through order forms which are sent home at the beginning of the school year.