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Catholic School - Morristown, NJ - Academy of Saint Elizabeth Home

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2020 - 2021 Second Semester Honor Roll Featured Photo

2020 - 2021 Second Semester Honor Roll

The Honor Roll for the Second Semester of the 2020 - 2021 Academic Year is here! Congratulations to all the students who were awarded honors for their hard work in their courses of study!

Principal's Message

Welcome to the Academy of Saint Elizabeth!
 
The Academy is proud of its enduring legacy as the oldest, Catholic, independent, college preparatory high school for young women in the state of New Jersey, founded and sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth. We are mission-driven institution and even now, as we celebrate 161 years, we remain focused on the core values on which our school was founded: charity, community, justice, service, and educational excellence. 
 
We were thrilled to be able to offer full-time, in-person learning throughout the 2020-2021 academic year. Despite some challenges, it was an enriching and uplifting time. We now look ahead to 2021-2022, and continuing to best meet the needs of our young women academically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. 
 
Please take the time you need to get to know us better. Browse our website, follow us on social media, and reach out to our administration and staff. Visit our Admissions area to learn more about joining the Saint E's legacy. We look forward to welcoming the Class of 2025 to the Panther Family! 
 
I am confident you will be quite impressed with what we have to offer. The Academy is truly a warm, caring, and inclusive community where a young woman will discover who she was meant to be. 
 
May God richly bless you,
Lynn A. Burek
Principal
lburek@aose.info

At A Glance

  • 12 AP Courses Offered
  • 11 Fine & Performing Arts Courses
  • $220,000 Average college merit award per graduate
  • 18 Honor Courses Offered
  • 7:1 Student to Faculty Ratio
  • 16 College Credits can be earned
  • 85% Perform higher than the National ACT average