St. Francis Catholic High School Proudly Announces its New Assistant Principal
St. Francis Catholic High School is proud to announce Heather Moloney as its new Assistant Principal. Moloney, who is an alum of St. Francis Catholic High School, has been serving as the social studies department chair for the past eight years. She will assume her new role effective Monday, August 1.
“The work St. Francis does in providing an all-girls Catholic education is so important. I want to ensure the traditions, high standards, support, and inclusivity of the school continue for many generations to come,” said Moloney.
“As a practicing Catholic, I see the value of a faith based education and deeply commit to the mission of St. Francis High School serving young women who seek a community of faith, excellence, leadership, and service.”
Moloney started working at St. Francis in 2005 as a social studies teacher. During this time, she has held several leadership positions on campus, including the development of the AP Capstone Program and the St. Francis Return to School protocols following the COVID-19 stay at home orders. Heather was also granted a Fellowship with the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank’s Education Advisory Group in 2018-19, which is a prestigious honor.
“We are thrilled to see Heather ascend to this important position at St. Francis,” said Principal Elias Mendoza. “We know her 17 years of experience in the classroom will inform and further support our students, faculty, staff, and larger school community.”