St. Francis High School is a Catholic diocesan college preparatory school dedicated to serving young women and their families who seek spiritual growth and academic excellence. We are committed to integrating faith into the learning process, promoting the gospel values of Jesus Christ, building community, and providing opportunities for worship. We strive to help each student develop her gifts and talents to become a model of Pax et Bonum (peace and goodness) through leadership and service.
The philosophy of St. Francis Catholic High School is based on a belief in God and is committed to the values of our Catholic faith.
We commit ourselves to the task of educating young women to live full, responsible, and meaningful lives, strengthened through the curricula and experiences unique to a Catholic school and unique to St. Francis High School.
We serve the needs of all our students through a varied and comprehensive college preparatory curriculum.
We prepare all students for higher education, career opportunities, life-time vocation choices, artistic development, and athletic proficiency. In imitation of our patron, Saint Francis of Assisi, we help students to develop a love for God’s creations, and to be of service to others.
We believe that each student can be a force for “peace and goodness” throughout the world. Thus, young women graduating from St. Francis High School have been challenged to reach their full potential: spiritually, intellectually, artistically, physically, and socially.