Academic Support for the Class of 2025

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Greetings Freshmen Families,

We are making final preparations to welcome the Class of 2025 in a few short weeks, and we can’t wait to see them in person!

 In order to provide ongoing academic support for your daughter/s, if she’s ever received academic support accommodations at her previous school, and you feel she would benefit from them at St. Francis Catholic High School, please provide the following:

  1. Documentation identifying a diagnosed learning difference.
  2. A copy of Psycho-Educational testing – should be current or within the last three years.
  3. A copy of any academic support plan offered from your daughter’s previous school, including accommodations.

Scan a copy of the document/s indicated above, and email them to our Registrar, Ms. Sarah Cornell at scornell@stfrancishs.org. Our Learning Support Specialist, Ms. Katie Dickson, along with our Academic Support Team, will review the documents and develop an academic support plan in early August. In the meantime, If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Jason Javier-Watson, Assistant Principal for 9th and 10th grades or Joe Poggi, Guidance Counselor for the Class of 2025. 

We are excited that your daughter is a part of the Class of 2025, and we look forward to her success as she embarks on her St. Francis journey.