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St Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School

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Posted January 9, 2014

This is a great Catholic school. Curriculum is strong and my child has thrived. Students are very welcoming and courteous to their peers. Teachers and the administration are very professional and caring and make an obvious effort to educate and enrich their students lives. Community is welcoming to new families. Campus is very secure, clean and conducive to a learning environment.
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Posted December 16, 2013

We are relocating to Las Vegas next year and are very interested in this school. I would love to read some recent reviews from current families attending SEAS. Thanks!


Posted February 10, 2013

We moved our son from an out of state Catholic School last school year and had a heartbreaking experience with this school. His teacher had a very negative attitude. Even with his great test scores, he was constantly bombarded with behavior issues with an F in conduct despite being described as respectful and kind by the teacher. He was constantly getting reprimanded with behavior issues such us not flipping to the correct page or unable to follow 1st time instructions. His teacher emphasized that there is no time to be a kid in a 4th grade classroom. The principal did not recommend any assistance to improve the situation but just asked to have our son tested for special needs. My son had very low esteem so we moved him to a public school last Nov. 2012. After we emailed all his teachers and principal that we will be moving our son, we never received a single response from his teacher or principal. We felt that the school did not lift any finger to help our son. We both graduated in a Catholic school so we were surprised with this experience. It is a shame to call this school a Catholic School. Thank God, our son is doing great in his new school and happy with his new teacher.
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Posted January 23, 2013

My child attended St. Elizabeth from K-8th grade. It is a great school! It is a lot harder curriculum than most other Catholic school, a lot of homework, but the kids get a lot out of it and test scores are higher. Middle school teachers are great! My child received excellent education in Math, English, Literature, Science, Social Studies & Religion. They really prepared my child for Bishop Gorman High Scool. Dr RB is a great principle too. Very dedicated teachers & staffs.
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Posted August 5, 2011

My child is getting a challenging education with the Core Knowledge curriculum. All the teachers must be state licensed and most have advanced degrees. Dr. RB has brought in a new wonderful guitar program afterschool and has been a breath of fresh air compared to the old principal who retired. The scores are the highest out of all the Catholic Schools and the campus is beautiful. Technology is up to date at SEAS and 5-8th participate in the laptop program.


Posted September 29, 2010

This is my sons first year here. After hearing him complain, this curriculum is too easy for the first two weeks I am very glad to report that it isn't so easy and he is holding steady A's & B's. Great teachers, very involved with the students and the parents. I have received a couple of calls from a couple of different teachers there, making sure he has what he needs. Rarely have I experienced follow up like this and I love it!! Dr. RB, the principal is hands on, very involved with the students and their classes. It is also a direct feeder school into Bishop Gorman High School, ranked #6 in the nation for education!!
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Posted November 13, 2009

S.E.A.S. Is the best.The teachers are so nice.
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Posted February 21, 2008

My child has attended SEAS for 3 years. SEAS has experienced, licensed staff and a Catholic atmosphere. SEAS Students are challenged and supported in all aspects of their development. SEAS is the only school in Nevada to use the Core Knowledge Curriculum. CK builds on knowledge sequentially, providing a clear outline of content to be learned grade by grade across all subject areas, this is what makes learning meaningful. For example, 1st grade history unit was on Mesopotamia. Simultaneously in Art, she learned about pottery and jewelry of the Sumerians, in Technology she created a 3-D Ziggurat, in English she learned cuneiform, in Math she learned the Babylonian number system. To this day, she has retained incredible amounts of information. It is truly the best curriculum I've ever seen. It is years above CCSD.
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Student ethnicity

Ethnicity This school State average
White 74% 37%
Hispanic 10% 40%
Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander 8% 6%
Two or more races 4% 5%
Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander 2% 1%
Black 1% 10%
American Indian/Alaska Native 0% 1%
Source: NCES, 2011-2012

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1807 Pueblo Vista Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89128
Phone: (702) 804-8328

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