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Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School is a Christ-centered community which recognizes that each person is a unique gift of God. Five parishes, St. Barnabas, Cure’ of Ars, St. Frances de Chantal, St. Raphael, and Sacred Heart, have joined together to create a Catholic School with a mission to provide for the education and gradual growth and development of the whole child: physically, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. Graduates of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School have been taught with an emphasis on love, service, the formation of the Catholic faith, and the development of moral principles. Graduates have been exposed to an academic program grounded in a deep respect for our gospel values. Graduates should possess the ability to arrive at independent conclusions and to succeed in a culturally diverse global society. Graduates of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School, sustained by their faith, should be optimistic, responsible, and conscientious in their quest to discover who God intends them to be and to realize their own true potential. All of their graduates go on to attend prestigious local High Schools. Most graduates attend local Catholic High Schools including, but not limited to, Holy Trinity HS, St. John the Baptist HS, Chaminade HS, Sacred Heart HS, Kellenberg HS, St. Dominic HS, and St. Anthony HS. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional Catholic School is a Parochial School for Nursery through 8th Grade Children. They serve the five regional parishes, which include: St. Barnabas Parish, St. Raphael Parish, St. Francis Parish, Cure of Ars Parish, and Sacred Heart Parish. They are accredited by AdvancED®, North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement. They offer an Early Childhood Program that consists of Half-Day Nursery, Half and Full Day Pre-K and Kindergarten, as well as Our Time, which is a Two-Year-Old Child and Parent Transitional Program. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School's curriculum is fully aligned with the Diocese of Rockville Centre and the Common Core Standards. SEAS strives to create a nurturing educational environment of Academics, Faith, and Service. They offer a wide variety of extracurricular activities including the SEAS Blue Wave Athletic Program, National Junior Honor Society, Mentors for Christ, Student Council, Creative Arts and more!
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