Is St. Francis Xavier School the right
choice for my non-Catholic student?

I’m St. Francis Xavier School’s biggest
non-Catholic cheerleader . . .

“I’ve come to realize that St. Francis is as true an opportunity to develop one’s goodness as a child will ever have. I’ve gone from being a skeptical ‘public school for all’ proponent to St. Francis’ biggest non-Catholic cheerleader.” ~ Michael Ohler, parent

The classroom experience for our non-Catholic students . . .

"All students at St. Francis Xavier are welcomed and embraced because they are good and worthy of love and education. There is not a different experience for "Catholic" or "non-Catholic" students. My goal as a teacher is to help each and every child use their talents and skills to reach their full potential in a safe and respectful community." - Eileen Barendse, 1st grade teacher

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What we offer . . .

We offer a community built on love.  A love that stems from the axiom which is, "We are ALL God's children and deserving of love." Craig Hill, Principal

How has our community shaped our students...

“Attending SFX school enriched my life in many ways. Although I'm not a Catholic, the community of teachers, staff and students helped shape who I am today. Everyone always wants the best for their students and wants them to succeed. I see the difference between kids who have attended Catholic school and those who have not - the way they carry themselves, talk and act towards others.” ~ Stephanie Langlais, ‘13

What our community does for you . . .

“The St. Francis community builds you up. They make you feel good about life. It has something to do with the students, of course; they’re just beautiful. They make you feel good. They’re trying to be good human beings. It has a lot to do with our teachers. They get it. They are fully committed to their students and they love what they do." ~ Fr. Scott Gratton