Welcome to the St. Francis de Sales Parish School website. St. Francis de Sales Catholic School is a community of believers working together to ensure that its students receive an excellent Catholic/Christian education.

  • Spiritually, St. Francis de Sales is Christ-centered. Students have daily religion classes, but the precepts, concepts and practices of Christ and His Church pervade the atmosphere of the school. The students receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation during Lent and Advent. Every grade level joins parishioners for Rosary recitation during the year. There is weekly celebration of the Mass for grades 1-8. The message of Christ is central to the existence of St. Francis de Sales Parish School.
  • Academically, St. Francis de Sales offers a varied program to meet the needs of different kinds of learners. There are remedial and advanced courses as well as resource options for those who need supplemental assistance. Spanish lessons begin in second grade. St. Francis de Sales offers a full range of opportunities in physical education, technology, music and art classes.
  • Athletically, St. Francis de Sales sponsors teams in a variety of sports: basketball, football, track, cross country, volleyball, softball and cheerleading. The goal of these teams is more than a winning season: It is to imbue the participants with the ideals of teamwork and sportsmanship.
  • Socially, St. Francis de Sales has developed a number of activities and organizations. There are clubs for students beginning in first grade. There are number of social events sponsored by the PTO. All students and families are most welcome at a full range of athletic events.

Finally, St. Francis de Sales Catholic School is a community, a family. Staff, students and parents collaborate to create a unique Catholic educational environment. Together, the school moves forward spiritually, academically, athletically and socially. Together, the school follows Christ and his teachings. Together, the school welcomes its new members.


Mr. Roy Rash

Roy Rash