For more than 40 years, Gesa Muxfeldt's Motor classroom has been home to movement, learning, and delight for Primary School students of all ages.
Since 1952, St. Francis Episcopal School has fostered the academic, spiritual, and personal development of students—so that they are people with heart, people of action, and people for others. Our cornerstones—faith, dignity, courage, and scholarship—are the heart of who we are at St. Francis Episcopal School. It is through these guiding values that we empower lives of genuine meaning, purpose, and service for our students, families, and communities.
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Our students enjoy numerous opportunities to excel—both inside and outside the classroom. Through rigorous academics with STEM programs, spiritual development through our faith-based Episcopal foundation and extra-curricular activities in fine arts and athletics, St. Francis empowers students to discover their purpose, while actively mentoring them for success.
57 St. Francis Lower and Middle students participated in the Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) District Meet on Saturday, March 3. Of them, 38 won medals and 13 medalists qualified for the PSIA State Meet.
St. Francis is delighted to welcome former WNBA star Dominique Canty to the role of Upper School girls basketball program head coach.