Stay fit! Our students may voluntarily join an after school club that gets together to run, weather permitting, during the fall months. Parents serve as volunteers and try to keep up with the kids!
A fun after school club, supervised by parent volunteers, that helps our kids to develop analytical thinking skills while having a great time. The kids are especially fond of beating the adults!
All of our kids are encouraged to be in the choir for our weekly Mass and to volunteer to be a cantor. Our music teacher provides specialized instruction. Kids build confidence and poise!
After School Band
New for the 2017-18 school year, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School is happy to announce that after school band will now be offered twice a week for grades 4th – 6th. We are pleased to have Bob Arms as our school music teacher and band instructor.
Helping to develop the whole person, our after-school art program gives our kids the opportunity to be creative and develop an appreciation of working with a variety of art forms. Led by art educator Rachael Androski, who studied Fine Arts at the University of Iowa and the New York Fashion Institute of Technology. She has been teaching young artists in the classroom since 2006. More information about our after school art program can be found here.
Community Services Projects
Active involvement in the community is an integral part of our school curriculum. Last year, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton School students performed over 75 community service projects benefiting groups such as Kid’s Kitchen, Bean’s Cafe, Providence Children’s Hospital, Horizon House, Armed Forces, Brother Francis Shelter and Clare House. School Service Projects
Girl Scouts is the world’s pre-eminent organization dedicated to solely to girls. In an accepting and nurturing environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with committed adult volunteers, Girl Scouts cultivate their full individual potential. The quality they develop in Girl Scouting, leadership, values, social conscience and convictions about their own self-worth, serve them all of their lives. All activities are age-appropriate and based on the Four Program Goals, as well as on the Girl Scout Promise and Law.
Based out of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Anchorage Alaska, Cub Scout Pack 104 provides a healthy, fun and educational atmosphere for boys in the 1st to 5th grade to learn the skills of scouting. The Scouting year begins in September but we welcome new joins throughout the year. If you are new to the area don’t be afraid to contact us to receive more information. You are welcome to attend a pack or den meeting to see how you like it.
Our very popular sewing club meets once a week for all ages and administered by Linda Garrett.