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Faith, Scholarship, Opportunity & Character

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.

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Maximize yourself as a Student-Athlete

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.

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Responsible Christians | Respectful Students

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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Prospective students are encouraged to visit Saint Frances Academy to get a feel for what life here is like. We encourage you to meet the staff and to talk with teachers and coaches throughout the building.

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There's something for everyone.

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Saint Frances Academy By the NumbersAt a Glance 

  • 192 Years of Service
  • 18:1 Student:Faculty Ratio
  • 99% Graduates Accepted into College
  • 210 Total Students