As a Catholic school, we believe in educating the entire person: body, mind and soul. We want our students to grow into adults who will live out the mission of Jesus and promote peace and love in our world. We start and end every day with prayer. All students have daily classes in Religion, and weekly Mass is an important part of our religious formation.
Character values are stressed at St. Francis School. There are visible signs throughout the school promoting good character and kindness to others. We strive to teach our students to grow into caring and responsible Christian adults.
We are called to be the hands and feet of Christ, and so service is an important part of St. Francis School’s education. Several service projects are done throughout the year, both school-wide and within the individual classes. Some examples of our service projects are:
- Food Drive collection
- SPCA donation for the Feast of St. Francis
- Eighth-grade carnival (beneficiary changes each year)
- St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital
- Wreaths Across America (to honor veterans)
- Birthday cards for our elderly parishioners
- Operation Rice Bowl
- Other projects in response to current events, natural disasters, etc.
Learn more about our curriculum and programs for science, technology, music and art.
Learn more about the activities and clubs available for St. Francis students.
Learn more about our athletic programs and eligibility.