A Catholic school with a rich faith tradition, SFA welcomes students of all beliefs. We strive to help each student develop a deep love of God and a habit of prayer. Beginning with the youngest, students come to know God through a variety of experiences. We hope to provide each of our students with an awareness of God’s presence that will invite them to be builders of God’s Kingdom.
Our 4K-8th grade students attend Mass each week at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church on Wednesdays @ 8:15 am. Our families are always welcome to join us in worship each week.
The sacraments are sacred signs that convey God’s love and grace and blessings in our lives. Sacraments are celebrated through each child’s home parish. All students who are members of St. Francis of Assisi Parish should register for the sacraments during school registration or in the parish office in August each year.First Reconciliation
Our Catholic students celebrate First Reconciliation when they are in the second grade. In the sacrament of reconciliation (also called confession or penance) we express contrition for our sins and are reconciled with God and the church. Parents must attend a meeting about
First Reconciliation. This sacrament
takes place at St. Francis of Assisi
Catholic Church in the fall.
Our Catholic students celebrate the sacrament of the First Eucharist in the spring during the second grade. In the Eucharist, we receive the body and blood of Christ in Holy Communion. Parents must attend a meeting for
First Eucharist. Attendance at a “Learning About the Mass” session and a Saturday morning retreat are also required for the student
receiving this sacrament.
Our Catholic students receive the sacrament of Confirmation in the spring of their eighth grade year. The Sacrament of
Confirmation completes the process of initiation into the full life of the Catholic Church and both renews and strengthens our baptismal call to live our faith in Christ in our world. Parents and students will attend a Confirmation Overview Meeting and Confirmation Commitment Mass in the fall. A mandatory retreat for all students receiving the sacrament of Confirmation will be held in January. The date for Confirmation is set by the Bishop and is held at our parish church. We will notify all families as soon as we receive the date.
Sacramental Preparation and Faith Formation
St. Francis of Assisi Parish has a program for the following:
Children and teens that are baptized Catholic
but missed receiving their sacraments at the usual time.
Catholic families who wish to have their child
Families who are interested in becoming