Providing Students a Challenging, College Preparatory Curriculum
St. Elizabeth strives to prepare students to achieve their college and career goals by fostering academic excellence within a faith-based, value-centered educational community. We are proud to offer a comprehensive and rigorous college preparatory program of course offerings including honors level, advanced placement (AP) courses, and participate in dual enrollment programs with local colleges and universities to truly prepare students for their next steps beyond high school. At St. Elizabeth, students fulfill their academic goals and requirements within a progressive and supportive learning environment in which students are challenged to think critically and communicate effectively. It is our goal at St. Elizabeth that students take an active role in the learning process and realize that learning is a lifelong commitment.
Utilizing innovative instructional strategies, our talented and dedicated teachers focus on 21st century learning skills and content knowledge. Our 1:1 iPad program enhances learning and is part of our student centered learning environment as well as our educational philosophy whereby technology is integrated into the curriculum through active, student-centered learning. Students use and are familiar with numerous interactive apps, e-texts and ibooks and are instructed in the responsible use of technology. A St. Elizabeth graduate is proficient in the art of research, presentation, and collaboration. The 21st century world requires successful students to be literate, articulate and prepared to succeed in a technological world. We strive to open as many opportunities as possible for our students and spark new interests in order to add value to their educational experience. Our curriculum both grounds students in academic rigor and broadens their horizons for a bright future beyond high school.
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Facts & Figures
High School founded in 1940
Assistant Principal: Carlo Testa
Co-educational, Catholic, College Preparatory serving grades 9 through 12
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Interim High School Principal
-Diocese of Wilmington -National Catholic Education Association -College Board -Accredited by the Middle States Association of Secondary Schools -Charter member of the Delaware Association of Independent Schools
St. E Faculty and Staff
Total staff:48 Total faculty: 29
All faculty have earned a minimum of bachelor's degrees while 62% hold advanced degrees. Our faculty averages 12 years of professional experience at St. Elizabeth.
High School Students
Enrollment: 200 Students 49% Boys, 51% Girls Average Class Size: 16 students Faculty Student Ratio:1:11
Members of the student body come from private, parochial, and public elementary and/or middle schools and some are home-schooled.
The composition of the student body shows a 36% minority presence.
On average, 96% of the graduating class goes on to attend college.
College scholarship money awarded to Class of 2021: More than $9.8 Million