Tuesday, December 01, 2020


Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Elementary School

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Health and Safety Plan

St. Elizabeth Reopening Health and Safety Plan (updated)

CDC Updates


A strong tradition of faith and academic excellence have always been, and remain, hallmarks of Saint Elizabeth Elementary School. 

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Saint Elizabeth Elementary School accepts students of all faiths and cultures. An attempt is made each year to keep tuition increases to a minimum and there are ways to decrease your tuition costs.

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We attempt to keep our parents informed and up-to-date on what is happening in the school. 

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Saint Elizabeth Elementary School is now accepting registrations for the 2020-21 school year. Seventy-six years of excellence in education continues and we would like to extend an invitation to find out about our school. We educate students from 3-year-old preschool through 8th grade. For more information, to arrange a tour, or receive a registration packet, please call the school, 412.881.2958, or visit our website, www.st-elizabeth.org. Please note: Financial assistance/grant funding is available for qualifying families through the Diocese of Pittsburgh.

cloud3Our Mission and Beliefs

The mission of Saint Elizabeth Elementary School, which has a strong tradition of Catholicism and academic excellence, is to empower all students to be lifelong learners living in close relationship with God. We inspire our students by focusing on high academic standards in a loving, caring, and secure environment. We recognize and encourage the development of the gifts, talents, and uniqueness of each person within our school community of faith.

We believe that:

* our primary purpose is to communicate the Gospel message of Jesus Christ as a vital part of the teaching ministry of the Catholic Church.
* our school community works to ensure an environment that encourages Christ-like living and responsible stewardship of all God’s creation.
* our school utilizes a curriculum determined by national, state, and diocesan standards and is implemented by a staff of highly qualified teachers; education is the shared responsibility of the school and home.
* the goal of education is to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills that will ultimately create lifelong learners and responsible citizens.
* every individual, as a child of God, has a moral responsibility to actively serve others as Jesus did.
* serving others will create respectful and responsible citizens of the global and digital community.