The House System is a vertical structure for organizing or grouping students to varied ages and grade levels. It aims to strengthen community life and sense of belonging as a member of the Setonian family. Activities are centered on academics, citizenship, sports and cultural, entrepreneurship and community service. A point system utilized to determine the performance of each House and at the end of each year, the House with the highest number of points is declared as the Mother Seton Cup champion.
The Elizabeth Seton School has always believed in the formation of its students through unique activities that are set to hone life and mega skills. Anchored on the school’s Mission-Vision as well as the values of its patron saint. Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton – Faith, Love and Selfless Service the house system is launched.
It is a caring and supportive environment where each student is a valued member of a “small” family unit within a “larger” family within the school. It is a potent strategy for fostering a sense of belonging and building a strong school culture.