Inspired by the teachings of St. Benedict and rooted in our Catholic faith, St. Elizabeth School fosters spiritual development, academic excellence, responsibility to self, and service to others grades Pre-K 3 through 12. St. Elizabeth students embark on a journey of becoming lifelong learners in the pursuit of academic excellence. Students engage in a challenging curriculum in which religious truth and values and the Benedictine charism are an integral part of the school program.
The St. Elizabeth School community extends our thoughts and prayers to all who have been affected by the decision to close All Saints Catholic School at the end of the 2019-2020 school year. All Saints has been a wonderful partner in Catholic education for many years, and its impending closure will be a significant loss for the Diocese of Wilmington -- a loss that will undoubtedly be felt most by the current students, families, faculty, and staff of All Saints Catholic School. For this reason, we want to do everything we can to extend a helping hand to members of the All Saints community during this difficult time.
In the spirit of hospitality instilled in St. Elizabeth by the Benedictine Sisters who founded our school over 100 years ago, we wish to provide a loving, caring, and stable home for members of the All Saints community. We have outlined below the tangible ways in which we hope to help make this wish into a reality.
We hope that you will continue to choose Catholic education for your children. Our admissions team is available to assist you in this process. Know that your families are in our continued prayers.
Complete an online application through your portal. Note that a separate application must be submitted for each child. After your application is reviewed by our admissions team, you will receive more information regarding registration.
If applying multiple children, you do not need to fill out an inquiry form for each child. Instead, select the green “apply another child” option on the resources page of your parent account after accessing your online application portal.
St. Elizabeth School strives to educate, engage, and empower all learners, which is why we offer the Scholastica Program for students with educational support needs. Contact our Admissions Office to learn more.
Our Upper School (7th - 12th grades) operates in a 1:1 iPad learning environment, meaning every individual teacher and student owns their own iPad. This device is used as the main learning device for students and contains textbooks, notes, and more for the majority of our students. Each student in the Upper School is required to have his or her own iPad prior to the first day of school at St. Elizabeth. For specification and purchasing information, please see our iPad specification document.