Pre-Kindergarten through 6
Since 1980, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School has provided families in Anchorage with a quality education that addresses the whole child: spiritual, academic, social, and emotional. We are a parish school of approximately 165 students in Pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade.
- Religious Education and Worship
- Service projects
- High academic standards
- Field trips
- Library and reading programs
- Extracurricular activities: running club, chess club, after school art program
- Dedicated and professional staff
- Active parent involvement
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School, as an active ministry of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, the Archdiocese of Anchorage, and the Catholic Church, serves to impart and promote our Catholic faith to future generations.
Parents, as primary educators, work in positive partnership with parish and school, and create a faith community that inspires its members to live as Jesus lived.
Teachers nurture each child’s unique gifts, facilitate academic growth and faith formation of the whole person, and prepare students to become Christ-centered, productive members of our city and society.
By integrating the faith, knowledge and values they gain, Saint Elizabeth’s students will think critically, discover a love of learning, live the Gospel message, reach out to others in service, further social justice, and deepen their relationship with God.
Our Vision, Mission & Values
Our Vision: To be the flagship elementary school feeding into a strong and vibrant Archdiocesan school system where our graduates are recognized as morally strong, well-educated and responsibly involved citizens.
Our Mission: To provide an excellent Catholic education in a Christ-like environment.
Our Values: Faith, Family and Excellence.
Why Invest In Catholic Education For Your Child?
One word: results.
Academic excellence is at the heart of what we do at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton School. Our students are encouraged to push themselves to achieve their full academic potential, all while learning in a loving, supportive environment that teaches morality and faith formation.
Our students continually test well above the national average in all core subjects, including reading, language, mathematics, science, and social studies.
As a result of our strong curriculum and focus on teaching the basics, our sixth grade graduates enter middle school prepared and ready for the rigors of higher learning. Just last year, the well-known and respected TerraNOVA test showed our students outperforming national scores by an average of 80 percent. Our students go on to succeed in middle and high school, often earning college scholarships at universities across the country. Clearly, opting for a classic Catholic education during the critical elementary years is an investment in a student’s long-term success.
For more research that shows how Catholic education improves student performance, visit the Alliance for Catholic Education.