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PK-8|Private
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Our family is so proud to be a part of the St. Elizabeth community. As a former graduate, I can attest to the close family atmosphere and the focus on Catholic education. When my husband and I moved back to Oklahoma City we were excited about enrolling our children at SEAS so that they would be able to have a similar educational experience that both my husband and I had. We have found that although faces have changed and academics have strengthened at SEAS that the same warm community atmosphere remains and the emphasis on Catholic education is primary. We cannot say enough about the helpful staff and caring teachers who go above and beyond to give our children a rich and well rounded education. Thank you SEAS for providing our family a place where our children can both pray and learn!



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We have two children who graduated from St. Elizabeth. They both have had a successful transition to high school and are in a number of advance placement classes. We credit the St. Elizabeth community to fostering their individuality and preparing them for a successful future. We have one child currently enrolled at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and everyday we see our child thrive in the school's loving, structured, nurturing and educational environment. We drive across town and pass multiple private and public schools each day for our child to attend Saint Elizabeth. It is worth the long commute to see our child excited and motivated to go to school each morning. Thank you to SEAS for all you do for our children. You let their light shine!


Effective school leaders: Strongly agree


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Our new principal brings structure and a nurturing environment to our children.

Amount of homework: Strongly agree


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The homework builds on the day/week studies. It allows the parents to be a part of the educational process.



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Excellent school with great teachers. Administration is forward thinking and provides great leadership. Great family atmosphere. We have four children involved in the school. The oldest recently graduated from SEAS and was more than prepared for high school.




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We have two children at SEAS and are extremely happy with the school.....so many wonderful aspects: academics, religion, faith formation, rules, kindness, charity and values. These teachers are more than devoted to the all-around success of our children. From first grade forward, class sizes are 20ish/1, which is superior to any public school. (Pre-K and Kinders have 20/2 ratios). It is so nice to walk into the school and not only be recognized, but made welcome from the minute you start at the school. Our children are learning right and wrong and are learning more academically than our neighborhood school (based on comparison from a neighbor's child's homework). The teachers and their support teachers will modify or create a plan that helps our child in certain areas of need - academically and behaviorally. Our children show love for other classmates and the school family. We have had no issues at all with bullying. We came to the school in the fall of 2015 under the direction of the newer principal (2014). Our understanding from those present prior to Mrs. Gallagher is that she has really been an incredible positive force for this school family and we are certainly here to stay.



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Due to job transfers, we have lived in four cities and have now had our children in four Catholic schools. When we found out we were moving to OKC, we definitely wanted to continue with Catholic education for our children. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Edmond, OK has been a great place for our seventh grader. Excellent academics, very strong commitment to faith formation, and what comes top of mind as a parent of a middle schooler...just no drama! My child says "everyone just sits together", it is not "groupie" and everyone is included. I think this is very unique and a great asset to the school. The transition as a new seventh grader this year was good both academically and socially. In addition, there is excellent professionalism and communication from teachers and administration. Parents can check daily/weekly grade reports online, lunch accounts, receive daily "Remind" homework updates from teachers, and frequent detailed updates from the principal on all school activities. We have been very pleased with our child's progress this year as he prepares for eighth grade.

Handles bullying effectively: Strongly agree


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My seventh grader reports that "everyone just sits together", and it is not "groupie". I think this is the best testament!


Supports LD students: Strongly agree


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The school offers "challenge work" and a program called "ALPHA" which is a challenge program for students who can handle more. This is unique as many Catholic schools do not offer a challenge/supplemental program for these type of students.

Effective school leaders: Strongly agree


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Administration is excellent at SEAS....frequent detailed communication, very professional staff, always helpful.

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