A coeducational Roman Catholic college preparatory high school educating in the Benedictine tradition (sehs.org)
St. Elizabeth aims to instill the values of hospitality, spirituality, service and a sensitivity to the needs of others in students who “involve themselves in works of peace and justice,” according to the school’s Web site.
The leadership’s hope is that alumni exemplify a Benedictine spirit by: relying on God, respecting the sanctity of life, being eager to make a difference and appreciating diverse people groups, and embracing their roles as lifelong learners. Almost half of the student body receives financial aid, with an average grant of $2,700
Did you know: Alumni reside in 44 states and nine foreign countries.