| Catholic High Schools Information Guide
St. Elizabeth High School students welcome Bishop Michael C. Barber, SJ, on his Sept. 2 visit to the campus, where he celebrated the Mass of the Holy Spirit. From left are Joelyn Badilla, David Iniguez, Bishop Barber, Tyson Frank, Ruth Elizondo, Lesley Magana and Melissa Becerra.
Building people of faith at St. Elizabeth High School
St. Elizabeth High School is a place of not only of books, homework, papers and lab experiments, but a community determined to provide the best for our students.
The school has increased the number of Advanced Placement offerings to all students (AP United States History is a requirement of all 11th-graders), renovated its gymnasium and stage complex, provided additional tutoring hours and after school support for students but most importantly it has developed persons of character who are not afraid to express their Catholic faith.
They pray, they worship, they are thankful and they respect the Catholic Social Teachings.
The Mission Identity Team was formed to ensure that Catholic identity is present in all aspects of the community at St. Elizabeth High School. In particular, the team focuses on the Catholic Social Teachings and incorporating them in our school community.
Catholic Social Teachings are integrated throughout the curriculum, which challenges the students to live and proclaim the Gospel message. All students participate in yearly spiritual retreats, service days, social justice education and liturgies and work collaboratively to design long-term Christian service-learning projects.
We educate the heart and soul of every child to be a person of faith and a believer in our responsibility to others. Let us remember who we are and what we stand for.
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