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Freshman and Sophomore Guidance Presentations

On Wednesday, April 28th, at 9:30 a.m., the freshman and sophomore counselors will be presenting to the Class of 2024 and Class of 2023.

The Freshmen class will learn all about Naviance. It is a platform that our students use to learn about themselves, explore careers and colleges, track extracurricular activities, and track college information. 

The Sophomore class will go over an introduction to the college process and how to use Naviance for college and career exploration.

A Zoom invite will be sent next week.


College-Related Tips for Senior Parents

It’s time for seniors to make a decision about the college they will attend in the fall.  If you are concerned about paying for college, ensure that your daughter has checked all of her financial aid award letters (which will most likely be found in her college portal) to determine exactly how much and what types of aid are being offered.  Speaking of portals, your daughter should check all of her college portals to determine if they have every document that is required.  Some colleges (CSU’s) might have requested/required a 7th semester transcript to be submitted, and t


SFHS Boosters Club Meeting – Wednesday, April 21

Join in the fun and fellowship of the SFHS Boosters Club, as we support and celebrate our Troubie athletes and teams. We begin with a social gathering at 5:45 p.m. and a call to order at 6:00 p.m. Meet some amazing SFHS families, and get up-to-date information about our 20-21 athletic programs. We are planning for 21-22 and preparing to elect new Board Members into open positions.


Textbook Buy Backs

Starting in May, students may sell back their books through the MBS website, and use the free shipping label to return their books.  You can view step-by-step instructions on how to sell back books on the SFHS Website


April 17th ACT – Registration Closed

Juniors who registered for the ACT on Saturday, April 17th, should arrive at 7:45 a.m., enter by the Gym, and bring: ID; two #2 pencils; and an approved calculator. The test begins promptly at 8:00 a.m. Students not taking the writing portion can expect to be done about 12:00 p.m.  Those taking the writing tests will finish about 1:00 p.m. Additional information was emailed to students this week.


St. Francis Catholic High School Qualifies Eight Students for National Cyber Scholarship Competition

Sacramento, Calif. – St. Francis Catholic High School is proud to announce eight students have qualified to compete in the CyberStart National Cyber Scholarship Competition April 5-7, 2021:  Caroline Sorrells ’22, Maile Hodges ’23, Mia Hernandez-Peng ’24, Emily Sherrod ’22, Kate Cockerton ’23, Riley Glenn ’21, Isabella Angelina Gutierrez ’24, and Nayeli Kojima ’24. Students will be competing for $2 million in college scholarships, cybersecurity training, and recognition badges that can be used on college and job applications.


Returning to campus after Easter Break – PLEASE READ

Dear Parents,

We received new guidelines from the Sacramento County Public Health Department, and we are making every effort to return all students to campus as physically possible. We are still required to keep to 3-ft of physical distancing in the classrooms and 6-ft everywhere else on campus.  This new plan will go into effect after Easter Break, on Monday, April 12, 2021.


Athletic News – 3/26/21

Parents of Athletes: Please share the following information with your daughter.

Important Athlete SPRING BREAK Information:

COVID-19 testing information: 


SFHS Career Days — April 14, 21, and 28

Career Day and Mentoring 2021

Your daughter(s) will not want to miss this opportunity to connect with alumnae from near and far to learn about their career journey while exploring careers they may be interested in. Alumnae will be joining us virtually on three Wednesdays in April (14, 21 & 28) from 1:00-2:15 p.m. to spend an hour with your daughters. Students are sure to gain insights, have questions answered and begin building their Troubie network for college, career and life success!  #TroubiesForLife


The St. Francis Racial Reconciliation Plan: Healing Our Community – 3/26/21

We’ve been talking a lot about our Racial Reconciliation Plan recently.  It is an action plan, with a focus on healing racial divisions through confronting the racism in our community. The plan touches every corner of campus by dividing the work among nine subcommittees. These subcommittees work together to achieve the goals set out in the plan, which we hope to accomplish over the course of three years:


Spring Musical - It Started Out Like a Song – April 16, 7:30 p.m. 

It Started Out Like A Song (Musical) 2021

What a wonderful piece of work by Director - Kiera Anderson, Technical Director – Jeremy Toy, Vocal Director - Tina Harris, and Orchestra Director – Michelle See with 15 amazing actors, and many more Student Technicians. 

This show is a cabaret filmed on our beautiful stage and campus abiding by all CDC guidelines.