St. Elizabeth Ann Seton is proud to provide academic excellence with a faith-based education for our students. Our core curriculum consists of math, science, social studies, reading, language arts, religion, handwriting (elementary grades only), Spanish (1-8), and guidance (beginning in 2021).
We offer special education services for students with mild to moderate needs, as well as an enrichment program and advanced math.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton participates in a planning and accreditation process. We are accredited through the Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s OSCYM (Office for Schools, Child, & Youth Ministries) and WRISA (Wisconsin Religious and Independent Schools Accreditation). The standards of the OSCYM reflect the requirements for Catholic schools as stated in the policies, regulations, and statutes of the Wisconsin Catholic Conference of Bishops, the policies and regulations for the OSCYM and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Every year schools submit the Annual Standards for Accreditation form and the Personnel Standards form to the OSCYM for review by the Accreditation Review Board. Every seven years, schools submit documentation for the Accreditation Standards to the OSCYM. A team comprised of principals, teachers, and other qualified personnel, along with a resource staff of the OSCYM, visits the school and reviews the documentation of the Standards. The team also reviews compliance with the WRISA criteria for accreditation.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton is fully compliant in meeting Archdiocesan Standards for Accreditation.