Academics

Jessica Fernandez and Erin Brown built a hydrogen fuel cell for the Imagination Fair at WSU-Pullman The course of studies at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic High School is designed to prepare our students to enter colleges or universities. Our challenging college prep program directs students into courses which prepare them for success in the future. Student success will require rigorous effort by the students in both their classes and in their assignments.

Seton Catholic requires students to obtain 26 credits in order to graduate. All students are expected to take seven classes each semester. Academic credits are assigned each semester for each course in which a passing grade is earned. Students may earn one credit for each year long course or a .5 credit for each semester course.

Seton Catholic course of studies are set up to meet or exceed the minimum entry requirements of colleges and universities in our state.