About Us


Welcome to Elizabeth Seton High School, the only all-girls Catholic High School in Prince George’s County.
Elizabeth Seton High School is a Catholic, secondary, college preparatory school for young women founded in 1959 by the Daughters of Charity. Located in Prince George’s County, a close-in suburb of Washington, DC, the school attracts students from surrounding counties and the District of Columbia. Elizabeth Seton is committed to providing students an integrated program that stresses moral values, academic excellence, civic responsibility, and community service. The community reflects a broad ethnic, cultural, and economic diversity that contributes to the rich learning environment.

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Coaching Positions

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    Elizabeth Seton seeks a new Golf coach who is committed to the empowerment of young women through sport and is committed to academic and athletic excellence while being a service to others.

    The candidate will be responsible for running all aspects of the program and must possess strong leadership and organizational skills.  The candidate must have prior coaching experience, with the ability to develop character, foster teamwork, prioritize academic excellence and establish a competitive spirit within the program.  The head coach will be responsible for player and skill development through in-season and off-season programming.  Coach will work with the AD and leadership team to coordinate an annual golf event as well as serve the community by engaging in service projects.  Head coach must adhere to the policies of the competitive Washington Catholic Athletic  Conference.  Bachelor’s degree required. 

    Please submit your resume to Athletic Director Niki Geckeler at ngeckeler@setonhs.org
Elizabeth Seton High School, an Equal Opportunity Employer, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, gender, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law in the administration of its employment practices.