A referral for Support Services may be made to Nancy Doyle, Chair
of Guidance firstname.lastname@example.org.
This three-semester course for 9th grade students begins the
summer before freshman year and helps students overcome academic
challenges and maximize personal strengths. With a focus on
English and Math, students gain study skills and academic content
knowledge to support their progress all four years at St.
This semester class is designed to support the 10th – 12th grade
students in all of their coursework. Troubies learn effective
study and test-taking skills and hone their organizational and
time management skills as well as success across all subject
California Scholarship Federation (CSF) and peer tutors offer
support throughout the school day and after school in all subject
areas. Students can be matched with a peer who has successfully
completed coursework in the subject area and receive one-on-one
Education Support Program
St. Francis affirms that students with learning differences are
given the opportunity to receive a quality Catholic education in
a supportive environment. For students with documented learning
differences, we offer a Formal Education Plan (FEP) which
provides appropriate in-class interventions based on the unique
learning styles of each student. Students with diagnosed
behavioral or medical challenges are also fully supported.