By Dr. Phyllis Cremer, Principal St. Elizabeth Parish School, Altadena
Catholic Schools have a mission to develop children within a faith-filled community where we see our commitment to educate as a ministry, to form children to be their best selves, as God wants them to be.
St. Elizabeth Parish School, which celebrates its 104th year, is dedicated to goodness, kindness, creativity, teamwork and academic excellence.
Every Catholic school has unique characteristics, yet our core mission is the same, a high-quality, affordable and faithful educational experience for all students and families.
The legacy of Catholic school education in the greater Los Angeles region began in the middle and late 19th century, which makes us one of the largest Catholic school districts in the United States, educating more than 65,000 students from diverse backgrounds.
Dual-Language, STEM and other academic programs are now choices for families across the region. In order to maintain our affordability, St. Elizabeth and other select Catholic Schools are also able to grant generous tuition scholarships to incoming students.
Come and discover our Catholic schools! St. Elizabeth Parish School has a tour on Sunday, Nov.14, at 1 p.m.
For more information, visit saint-elizabeth.org.