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Admission Policy

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School admits students of any race or religion whose parents seek for them the opportunities to receive systematic catechesis, experience daily living in a faith community, and develop commitment and skill in serving others.

  • Preference will be given to Catholic children who are registered, supporting in-region*, and have a sibling attending St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School.
  • Preference will then be given to Catholic children who are registered and supporting an in-region* parish.
  • Preference will then be given to out-of-region and supporting a parish** children who have a sibling in St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School.
  • Preference will then be given to out-of-region children who are supporting their parish** through weekly contributions.
  • Preference will then be given to non-registered, in-region*, Catholic children.
  • Preference will then be given to out-of-region, non-supporting Catholic children.
  • Preference will then be given to non-Catholic children.

*Registered in-region refers to families that are registered and supporting with one of the four regional parishes, and contribute their $400 parish monetary obligation through the envelope system. The four regional parishes are: St. Barnabas, Bellmore; Cure’ of Ars, Merrick; St. Frances de Chantal, Wantagh: and St. Raphael, East Meadow.  Proof of parish monetary obligation must be submitted to the finance office of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School.

**Registered and supporting out-of-region refers to families that are registered and supporting any parish in the Diocese of Rockville Centre, and contribute their $400 parish monetary obligation through the envelope system.  Proof of parish monetary obligation must be submitted to the finance office of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School.

Non-registered in-region refers to families that reside within the geographic borders of a regional parish, but do not support the parish through the envelope system and $400 parish monetary obligation.