St. Elizabeth School
In 1922, the need for Catholic education prompted two Sisters of St. Joseph Carondelet to begin elementary instruction. The mission-designed stone exterior was completed except for the towers by Fall 1922. Two classrooms were built at its rear; school opened with 52 students taught by two Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Seven students graduated in 1924. A stone school building was begun in 1927, and its second floor completed in 1934.
Today, St. Elizabeth Catholic School has 35 classrooms and 420 students serving grades PreSchool through 8th grade. One thing that has remained constant – our dedication to providing a Christ-centered, child-focused and academically challenging education.
We hope you always think of St. Elizabeth's as home! Whether you recently received your diploma or graduated 50, 60, or 70 years ago, we invite you join us for Mass anytime, visit your old school on Open House days, or attend one of our many parish and school events, including our Annual School Auction.
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