Mission and Philosophy of Education:
St. Francis School is to be an independent, interdenominational school providing high-quality education to children from pre-kindergarten through 8th grade. The school will not be affiliated with any church or religious denomination or other supporting organization.
St. Francis School shall be an interdenominational school committed:
St. Francis Statement of Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Since 1985, it has been St. Francis School’s mission to provide excellence in achievement without exclusivity and to engage a student body that is integrated racially, ethnically, economically, and religiously. Likewise, we are committed to fighting and educating against racism, discrimination, and bigotry. As a community of learning, we will not tolerate racism. Especially as it hinders the emotional and intellectual development of our students and our community as a whole.
St. Francis continues to aspire to be an inclusive environment where all members of the community are nurtured to be their authentic selves. We embrace our differences, whether they be nationality, ethnicity, race, spiritual traditions, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or ability. We believe as a community that we are continually called to strengthen our foundational values of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. Thus, we are committed to building evolving structures and systems which provide a pathway to full participation and where each individual can recognize and grow into their full potential and be celebrated.
Philosophy of Education: