Established in 1828, Saint Frances Academy (SFA) is an independent Catholic high school with African American and Hispanic roots. Saint Frances Academy serves as an agent of positive change within its inner-city neighborhood.Learn More
The philosophy of the athletic program at Saint Frances Academy is to continue the legacy of Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange through the demonstration of academic excellence, character building, self-discipline, teamwork, and charity.Learn More
Saint Frances Academy, with faith in God's Providence, provides the immediate neighborhood and the Baltimore area relevant educational programs which gives all members a sense of their cultural heritage and giftedness.
Saint Frances Academy helps students and members of the community, particularly the poor and the neglected, to recognize, develop and live as respectful, responsible, and just members of God's human family.
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The purpose of the Blueprint for Beginning the 2020-2021 School Year is to outline our plans on how we will begin the 2020-2021 Academic Year. Given the gravity of the global pandemic, the decision of whether “to open or not to open,” can not be taken lightly.
While state and local mandates and CDC guidelines are ever-changing, Saint Frances Academy’s mission of educational excellence and responding to the needs of our students and community will remain our top priority. We are still dedicated to developing respectful and responsible members of God’s Family, regardless of the pandemic.
Join Mrs. Rachel Ullmann, Executive Director of The Given Institute, Dr. Camille Brown, Mother Lange Guild President and Associate Superintendent of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, and Mrs. Melissa D'Adamo, Director of Advancement of Saint Frances Academy, as they live stream the Sorrowful Mysteries to pray for healing and peace on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 3PM from the Mother Lange Room at Saint Frances Academy. We will be led in prayer by Srs. Mary Ngina & Anthonia Ugwu, OSP.
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