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SEASCS at a Glance





St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School serves Pre-Kindergarten – 8th grade students in the Northwest Houston area.

Fast Facts



200 Students

School Hours

School Hours

Pre K-2nd 7:45 AM – 3:15 PM

3rd -8th 7:45 AM – 3:30 PM

School Year

School Year

Divided into 2 semesters of 18 weeks, each with 9 week reporting periods


St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School seeks to foster the intellectual, spiritual,
moral, physical, and social development of each child. Our goal is to produce
students who are academically successful, strong in their faith, active in their
stewardship, respectful of others, self-disciplined, and willing participants in their
community. We will do this in conjunction with each student’s family by
modeling Christ as the teacher and imparting the core values of our Catholic faith.


The faculty at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School is comprised of dedicated
educators and a certified counselor.


St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School is accredited with the Texas Catholic
Conference Education Department. The academic curriculum is based on the
Galveston-Houston Archdiocesan guidelines and the Texas Essential Knowledge
and Skills guidelines (TEKS).


As a member of the Greater Houston Catholic Athletic Association,
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School offers football, cheer, volleyball, soccer,
basketball, baseball, softball and track.



Student Council, choir, and academic competitions.

 Before/After School Program

Before/After School Program in a structured environment offering students time
to play, relax, and do homework with adult supervision.



The regular academic curriculum includes religion, reading/literature, English,
math/algebra, science, computer, social studies, spelling, physical education,
Spanish, music, and art.

Spiritual Growth

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School offers opportunities for spiritual growth
through liturgies, prayer services, Catholic Traditions, service projects, reception
of the sacraments, daily prayer, and outreach programs in the local community.