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News Cassy McGreevy

Student Club Membership

This week students were treated to two days of CLUB RUSH during lunch where they could peruse the various club offerings. Student Clubs are a great way for Troubies with shared interests to engage with each other and further explore those interests. On Tuesday students were emailed the Club Membership form which is open now and closes at 8:00am this Monday, September 25th.

News Cait Luke Angela Cummings

Spanish Language & Culture Trip to Costa Rica

The Modern and Classical Languages department is offering a student trip to Costa Rica with a focus on Spanish language and cultural immersion! (March 23-30, 2024). The itinerary includes visiting the Arenal volcano, conversing with locals, traveling with a bilingual guide, completing a service project, hiking in a cloud forest, taking cooking lessons, and much more. Our trip is open to students of all languages and all levels. Registration is open now! The deadline is October 1st.

News Cynthia Cost

Uniform Standards

With the weather starting to change, remember only “docker style” pants and SFHS jackets may be worn on campus. Please purchase these and SF jackets now, before the cold really kicks in. The Uniform Standard Guide and page 64 of the Student-Parent Handbook list the specific rules and requirements. 

Students are not allowed to wear: 

  • Cargo pants, flared pants, pajamas or sports uniform bottoms.
  • Non SFHS designated red jackets 
  • Hair color must be natural.
News Lisa Wilkins

Earn Parent Hours by Donating Needed Items for Open House!

Purchase items from our Amazon Open House Wish List and earn parent hours (1 hour per $25 spent). When ordering items from the Open House Wish List you will see an option to ship to St. Francis High School Admissions/Open House. Please limit purchases to just those on the Amazon list, and thank you so much for supporting our annual Open House for prospective families!

News Michael Gallo

News from the Business Office
Fees and Dates to be Aware of:

  • 2024–2025 School Year Financial Aid Application Process through FACTS will open October 10th. The deadline to apply will be December 22nd for returning students.
  • AP Exam fees will be due in early November for those students taking AP courses. The fee this year will be $98 per exam. Additional information will be emailed to each family in October.
  • Re-enrollment for the 2024 – 2025 school year will take place in March 2024. The registration fee will be due at that time, along with the graduation fee for Seniors.
News Natalie Anzini

Complimentary Tickets for SELFe Event on Sat., Sept 16

SELFe with Adrienne Bankert

It rained kindness on campus yesterday! And our two speakers for Saturday’s SELFe Event were on campus for lunch. We’re excited to have SFHS Alumna Julissa Ortiz and keynote speaker Adrienne Bankert back again tomorrow (Saturday).

Thanks to a very generous sponsor, tickets for all SFHS students AND families are complimentary (but registration is still required). Use the Kindness promo code to receive your discount here.


Jesuit Christmas Tree Lane
Be Part of the Tradition. 

St. Francis Parent Teacher Guild partners with Jesuit High School’s Loyola Guild for their Annual Holiday Event and Fundraiser for Tuition Assistance, Christmas Tree Lane (CTL). St. Francis seniors are invited to participate. CTL will be held on Nov. 26 and 27, 2023.

News Cynthia Cost

Illness on Campus

Since the start of school the past few weeks, we have had and will continue to have waves of illness; COVID, strep, flu etc. Please talk to your daughters about keeping herself and others safe.  In short, keep up the practices that have helped keep our community as safe as possible over the past year:

News Cynthia Cost

Non-registered Service Animals at School

Due to health and safety concerns, and to avoid any disruption to school activities, all animals are prohibited from school property, school facilities, school transportation, and school functions except for registered service animals. The service animal must be a dog or, in limited specific circumstances, a miniature horse. No other species of animal will be permitted as a “service animal.”


Holy Court: Sat, Aug 26
A Joint Letter from the Private School Principals

School Logos

Dear Families: 

Sacramento’s family of Catholic high schools is thrilled to be back welcoming our entire community for the Holy Court Volleyball games on Saturday, August 26, 2023, at St. Francis Catholic High School. This annual event is a fine tradition of good-spirited rivalry and is a chance for us to showcase our athletic accomplishments and enormous school spirit and pride. Students who attended years of grammar school together have an opportunity to catch up and socialize, and this is an opportunity to promote Catholic education to the broader Sacramento community. 

News Lisa Wilkins

Seeking Drivers for Admissions School Visits
Parent Volunteer Opportunity

Would you like to earn parent volunteer hours and help our Admissions team? We are looking for parents who can drive our Ambassadors and Admissions Associate to partner schools around the Sacramento area for our school visits. Visits take place August 30th through September 29th. Drivers must complete Diocesan volunteer requirements and the Volunteer Driver Form.

News MaryAnne Kelly

Donating a Vehicle is as Easy as Can Bee!

Donating your vehicle is as easy as can "bee"

It’s “as easy as can bee” to support St. Francis and our Troubies by donating a used car, truck, or boat you no longer need! Vehicle donations have the potential to bring hundreds and even thousands of dollars in support of our programs and services. Our vehicle donation program makes donating a vehicle easy, and provides free pick-up. All vehicle donations are tax deductible, and St. Francis will provide you with a receipt. We utilize the CARS Vehicle Donation Program, which is nationwide, so cars can be picked up anywhere.

Email blast

Drop Off & Pick Up Procedures 2023-2024

Elias Mendoza

Dear St. Francis Parents,

I can’t believe it’s already Wednesday and our Troubies are back on campus! We had a wonderful Back to School Rally this morning and the energy and enthusiasm of our students was palpable. 

I’ve been out in the drop-off/pick-up area over the past few days, and see that some of you are making great efforts to get your daughters to school on time, as well as picking them up before 4:30pm. Thank you for making that a priority and ensuring their safety at all times.