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REGISTRATIONS for 2014-2015

We are now registering for the 2014-2015 year. Please call to make an appointment or drop by and see us about registering your child. We would love to meet and  give you a tour.

Principal: Mr.John J. Leitch
Secretary: Ms. Carolyn Moyles
Phone Number: 613-687-4167
 

FAQ’s:

1. What does St. Francis offer to my child?

Having fun? You bet!

Having fun? You bet!

Ours is a faith based (Catholic) educational community. We offer a safe environment, a caring staff, excellent teaching, high standards, cutting edge technology, and an environment where we show warmth, hospitality, good humor and joy.

2. I hear a great deal about bullying. Does St. Francis have a problem with this?

Every school has some children who are not adjusted socially. Here at St. Francis we have much to proud of with a student body which generally treats each other very nicely. We have several programs designed to teach socialization skills and we work diligently with those who are having problems. Are we perfect? No, but as I say we are proud of our students and how they treat each other.

3. Do we accept non-Catholic students? Yes, but! Because we are a Catholic Faith-based school we have to provide spaces for our Catholic students first. After that we happily accept students from other faiths, and not only Christian. Our belief is that students from other faiths can broaden our understanding of others and eliminate bigotry and ignorance. Also we as humans learn where we stand by seeing where others stand.

Father Titus speaks with the students during a prayer service.

Father Titus speaks with the students during a prayer service.

The only thing we ask of non-catholic students and their families is that they respect our faith and traditions. All students are required to participate in the faith-life of the school.

 

 

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC SCHOOL

love-comesWelcome “good people”. St. Francis used this greeting when he walked this good earth. He went about teaching the Christian message by what he did, and rarely by what he said. He was the son of a very wealthy merchant, he liked to party way too much , and he was a soldier. Eventually he  who went looking for some meaning in his life and allowed Christ to enter. He disavowed wealth and

Francis’s story  tells us that there is something even more important than wealth. In his story there is the love of God, others and God’s world and every creature in it. Awesome!

At St. Francis we try hard to listen to the message of Christ through the life of Francis. We listen to “Blessed are the peacemakers”… and “Lord, make me an instrument of your peace”….