• The School of Saint Elizabeth is a faith-filled community that provides students with a strong academic foundation, stimulates intellectual curiosity, encourages creativity and fosters self-respect. We encourage our children to grow in knowledge, love and faith in a Catholic tradition of academic excellence.

  • The mission of the School of Saint Elizabeth is to impact the world positively by nurturing children with Christian values in a Catholic academic tradition of excellence.

  • Our curriculum seeks to foster excellence both within and outside the classroom. We focus on developing the fundamental academic skills and critical thinking that are essential for lifelong learning and academic success. We are equally committed to building strength of character and a strong sense of civic and Christian responsibility among students.

  • We encourage each child to reach his or her fullest potential while stressing Christ’s teachings of love, compassion, faith and hope. We urge students to be active participants in our parish community, Our Lady of Perpetual Help in the Diocese of Metuchen, and in their local communities.

  • Our curriculum is designed to stimulate intellectual curiosity while providing the necessary foundation for future academic success.

  • Ultimately, our goal is to prepare our graduates to become future leaders and responsible citizens of the world.

Welcome Back to School!

Welcome to the School of Saint Elizabeth

Principal’s Office
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As you tour our website, you will learn about our philosophy, our programs and all of the exceptional happenings that take place at our school.

 

OLPH Parish

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The Parish of Our Lady of Perpetual Help is a Catholic Community Growing Together in Our Faith in Jesus Christ through prayer and loving service.

HSA

HSA3Every parent is a member of  the HSA, which is responsible for service, social and fundraising programs. Organized by a volunteer board, the HSA is committed to energizing the parent population and supporting the day-to-day needs of the school.