Welcome to SFA!
Saint Francis of Assisi Parish is located in historic Norristown, PA. Saint Francis of Assisi Early Learning Center (ELC) and School serve students ages 6 weeks old to 8th Grade. Saint Francis of Assisi School School is a Middle States accredited institution that serves students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade.
Service, Faith, & Academics (SFA)
Registration is now open for CYO Sports. Here are a few reminders about CYO Athletics:
- If your child is in 5th – 8th Grades and would like to play field hockey or volleyball, please contact the Main Office by Friday, August 7th, 2015 so teams can be formed.
- Cheerleading Registration is open to students in Kindergarten through 8th Grade. This year, we are trying to have two Cheerleading teams – Biddy Squad (Kindergarten – 4th Grade) & JV/Varsity Squad (5th – 8th Grades). Please contact the Main Office by Friday, August 14th, 2015 if your child would like to be a cheerleader.
- We are looking to reorganize the CYO Board. If you are interested in serving as a CYO coach or on the CYO Board please contact the Main Office. Our sports teams depend on parent/guardian volunteers so please consider giving of your time.
- Please visit the CYO Sports page for Registration forms and more information. GO WOLVERINES!
Congratulations to the Class of 2015 who graduated on Tuesday, June 9th, 2015! The Graduation Liturgy & Awards were held at 5:00 P.M. in Saint Francis of Assisi Church followed by the Graduation Dinner at Presidential Caterers. Graduation Award Winners can be found on our 8th Grade page. Good Luck to our graduates in high school!
Click on the following links to learn more about Catholic Education:
- National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) Video
- Good News for the Nation: Catholic Schools are Thriving
- NCEA Blog
- Catholic Education – Top Ten List
The 8th Grade students hosted the Living History Museum on Friday, April 10th, 2015 in the Gym. This project was done under the direction of Mrs. Polinsky, Technology teacher. Since the fall, the 8th Grade has used Web 2.0 tools to research a specific person in history. Each 8th Grade created a poster, timeline, and dressed in character as they spoke about the character’s life. Below is a group picture of the students represented in the Living History Museum:
School is back in session in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Please click on the following messages from Christopher Mominey, Secretary of Education/Chief Operating Officer.