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Tony Lema Invitational
Friday September 18, 2015
Boundary Oak Golf Course, Walnut Creek

Join us Friday September 18th on the Links for our annual golf tournament, The Tony Lema Invitational. We have a great time celebrating our storied alum Tony Lema and raising funds to keep the Mustang Spirit thriving. You can even join us just for dinner and the auction if you are not inclined to take the course.

Go to the "Support SEHS" tab on the top right of this page and click Tony Lema '52 Golf Invitational to register today!

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BSOC @ Fremont Christian
Date: 10/6/2015
Cross Country at Coyote Hills Park Fremont
Date: 10/6/2015
Date: 10/6/2015
GVB vs Holy Names
Date: 10/8/2015
St. Elizabeth 8th Grade Day
Date: 10/8/2015, 8 AM 9 AM

Our Mission

St. Elizabeth is a co-educational Catholic diocesan high school founded in the spirit of St. Francis and St. Dominic serving a diverse student population from Oakland and the surrounding communities.
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Our History

More than 10,000 young men and women have graduated from Saint Elizabeth High School since it was founded in 1921 by the Franciscan Friars of the Province of Santa Barbara, with the assistance of the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose. The school building that now stands was completed in 1924 and housed both the elementary and the high school until 1958, when the present elementary site was erected. Parish economic support decreased over time and was entirely phased out by 1960. Ownership of the high school eventually passed from the parish to the Diocese of Oakland in 1983.
In August of 1982, the Marist Brothers assigned several Brothers as faculty members, remaining a at Saint Elizabeth until june of 1996. On June 15, 1984 Saint Elizabeth High School was named an Exemplary Private High School, one of 60 named throughout the country by the United States Department of Education.
Over the ninety years that the school has been in existence, young men and women have experienced a Catholic education that has prepared them to continue their learning, at a school where the heart as well as the mind is educated in Christian values are carefully nurtured.