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Saint Frances Academy will be closed from June 10, 2024 to June 21, 2024.
School will reopen on June 24, 2024.   Summer Office Hours are 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM Monday thru Thursday. 

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Extracurriculars

National Honor Society (NHS)

An invitation only, nation-wide, academic honors group based on academic performance, community service, conduct and character.

Criteria for Consideration into the Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange Chapter of the NHS:

Unlike the honor roll, which identifies students who excel in academics, the National Honor Society is an honorary title bestowed on those students who demonstrate excellence in SERVICE, LEADERSHIP, CHARACTER, and ACADEMICS.

Service

Through its dignity and uniqueness, Saint Frances Academy continues the legacy of Mother Mary Lange, its foundress. Saint Frances Academy, with faith in God’s Providence, provides relevant educational programs which give all members a sense of their culture by helping students and members of our community, particularly the poor and the neglected, develop and live as respectful and responsible members of God’s family.

Leadership & Character

A student must demonstrate positive leadership qualities in the classroom and in school activities, as well as be respected by faculty as being honest and conscientious. The student must also have an unblemished discipline record, which is an 80% discipline average each semester prior to consideration for induction.

Academics

A student must maintain a 3.0 average through two (2) of four (4) semesters as a sophomore, or three (3) or six (6) semesters as a junior.

Student Government Associate (SGA)

The student government association is primarily made of the elected officers for each class and other students who like to plan activities for the school.

The SGA plans the following events:

  • Flag Football Competition
  • Fall Talent Show
  • Christmas Toy Drive
  • Christmas Door Decorating Contest
  • Spirit Week
  • Homecoming Pep Rally

Each class meets monthly to plan class events like retreat, sophomore pinning, freshmen commitment, junior ring mass and senior inauguration.

More Extracurriculars

Student Ambassadors

Students learn social graces and act as ambassadors for the school on recruitment days, visitor tours and guests visits.

Gospel Choir

The gospel choir performs at most school functions as well as events that occur outside of the building. Vocalists and musicians can participate.

Liturgical Dance

Students perform beautiful liturgical dances to Christian-themed music for prayer services and assemblies.

The Crew

Interested students help with the setup and breakdown of the school gym for assemblies, sporting events etc.

Prom Committee

Interested Juniors and Seniors help in planning the school’s prom.

Meeting daytime: Tuesdays 3:15pm – 4:30pm (January – May only).