Instaurare Omnia in Christo
To Restore All Things in Christ!
Our Catholic Classical curriculum forms students from PreK3 through 8th grades in their intellectual and spiritual development. Our rigorous academic program and profoundly Catholic faith formation prepare students to achieve their full potential for the glory of God and the good of others.
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The objective of each extracurricular activity is to foster virtue, build character, and develop the skills of each student, whether on the athletic field, in the fine arts, or in any area of special interest, leading students to answer the call to virtue and sainthood.
MISSION & VISION
Instaurare Omnia in Christo
“To Restore All Things in Christ!”
Living, Loving and Learning in Christ and the Church.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School strives to form each student spiritually, intellectually, and physically as a lifelong disciple of Christ. In partnership with each family, we seek to form students who recognize and appreciate Truth, Goodness, and Beauty in all of God’s creation and every area of human endeavor. Our challenging and creative Classical Catholic curriculum cultivates students who will discover and develop their full potential for the glory of God and the good of others. In harmony with the teachings and traditions of Holy Mother Church, our students will answer the call to virtue and sainthood.
The Crest of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School uses symbols and images to convey the story of a lasting legacy.
The Chalice and Host is the Eucharist, the true Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, it is the source and summit of our Catholic faith, to which all are called.
The Open Book represents the commitment to rigorous instruction and great value to academic excellence.
The Tudor Rose is the symbol of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. It represents the purity of our Blessed Mother, whom we aim to imitate.
The Profile of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton reminds us of our patroness, whose dedication to children through Catholic education is our model.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School serves the northwest Houston community with a commitment to quality education. Founded in 1996, the school began with 80 students in kindergarten through fourth grade. It has grown to its current enrollment of 200 students in pre-kindergarten through 8th grades.
The current education complex includes the Cardinal DiNardo Hall which serves as the gymnasium, as well as classrooms, computer and science labs, a library, a covered pavilion, and a two-story common area. Our school is a place where children can strive for academic excellence and gain knowledge of themselves, their world, and God in an atmosphere permeated by the Gospel Message.