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SFHS Junior Maya Solis Connects with her roots through Aca Deca

SFHS Junior Maya Solis interviewed about her decision to participate in the 37th Annual Sacramento County Academic Decathlon competition, and how it has allowed her to explore and connect with her heritage. 

“I love learning so taking part in this year’s academic decathlon exposed me to a different side of WWII. The arts were flourishing, there were breakthroughs in science; there were advancements in music—it was a different side that got little recognition because it was overshadowed by the battles that took place during the war,” said Solís.

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Winter One Acts 2017

Congrats to the SF Players on a great opening night of the One Acts! Two completely different One Acts Shows performed within an evening. These one Acts will be judged and the winning act will be performed for Lenaea competition at the Harris Center.

One Acts 2017:
What Andy Warhol Never Told Me, A short comedy by Robert Pridham

The Trojan Women, By Thom Green and David Blanchard

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SFHS Takes over the CSUS Career Fair!

SFHS is well represented at the CSUS Educator Recruitment Expo! In an effort to help address California’s teacher shortage, the Sacramento State Career Center hosts a Educator Recruitment Expo happening, Tuesday, February 7, from 10am-2pm. If you know of anyone or if you are interested in a career in education and teaching, come visit us at the Sacramento State University Ballroom today until 2pm. 

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Congratulations go to Delaney Feener ‘14

Congratulations go to Delaney Feener ‘14 who is performing the title role in Willam Shakespeare’s Richard III at DePaul University. DePaul is one of the premier theatre schools in the country. At St. Francis High School Delaney performed onstage in many shows including her Elly awarding winning performance as the Witch in Into the Woods and Jesus in our gold medal Lenaea production of Godspell.

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Congratulations to Ciara Zanze ‘04

Congratulations to Ciara Zanze ‘04 on becoming the new owner of Rumpelstiltskin yarn store in Downtown Sacramento. She was featured on the The Sacramento Bee website, check out the video here.

#TroubiePride Do you have Alumnae news to share? Send it to Dawn Cullo at dcullo@stfrancishs.org

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Class of 2021 Interviews!

We are so excited to meet all of our Class of 2021 applicants for Interviews this week! Thank you to the many faculty and staff who are helping to welcome our future Troubies

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St. Francis Catholic High School collects the data that your web browser passes on, such as generic connection information, Internet IP address, cookies and web-browser name and version. These items are recorded in our web server’s log files, which is common practice with all websites. We use the information contained within these logs to track the number of visitors to the website, analyze the performance of the website, and to track user preferences to ensure that we are publishing content that people need and want.

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