SEAS offers many opportunities for spiritual growth, including:
ScholarshipsEveryone can afford a quality Catholic education at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School (SEAS). Our tuition is within the means of all families through the generosity of our tuition assistance and other scholarship assistance programs. Scholarships are available to students of any income level. Visit our Scholarship Information Page for more information.
The Before/After Care Program is established as a child care alternative for parents whose children attend SEAS. It will operate during the school year on school days only. The fee is $2 for Before Care and $4 per hour or partial hour for After Care.
Our goal is to provide a safe, healthy and caring environment which assists in developing the whole child. There will be a snack, homework, play and creativity period in each day’s activities. (Children are to bring their own snacks.) Our school’s values, discipline system and philosophy will be continued in our Before/After Care Program.
Our Before School Program is available from 7:00 am - 7:30 am daily. Our After School Program is available from 3 pm - 6 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, and from 1 pm - 6 pm on Thursday.
The Diocesan After School Sports Program exists to provide positive, well-organized activity that contributes to the development of the whole child. It is carried on in a manner that models and teaches Christian principles and the ideals of good sportsmanship. SEAS offers basketball, volleyball, track and cross country to girls and boys in 5th through 8th grade. We compete against the nine other Diocese of Tucson Catholic schools.
Parent Volunteer Hours Commitment
A cornerstone of our school community is parental involvement, which is one of the things that makes SEAS so special. Each family is required to contribute 50 hours of service. Children are more successful in school when parents play an active role in their education. Parents and grandparents can be seen helping around campus, serving hot lunch, monitoring recess, restacking books in the library, helping students prepare for their Sacraments, and helping teachers prepare for classroom activities. Our Parent Teacher Community Organization (PTCO) is an integral part of our school community, coordinating important events such as Family Fun Nights, Uniform Exchanges, and our annual school wide fundraiser.