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Thursday, November 16, 6:00 P.M. Attending the Informational Open House is the single best opportunity to be informed about St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School. The program includes guided tours of the building conducted by our students. There will also be opportunities to review the curriculum and learn about our school’s extensive opportunities for student involvement in art, music, sports, and many clubs and activities. Each group will have a display and representative on hand. Parents and students can learn about the school’s academics, religious programs, and co-curricular offerings by speaking with staff and students. Parent representatives will be on hand to discuss their experience. In addition, Admissions Director, Jenn Canzano, will be available to answer questions about the admissions process. A formal presentation will take place in Monsignor Thomson Hall. The event is open to all interested parents and students. Financial aid is available. SFXP parents, students, alumni and parents of alumni are wonderful examples and spokespeople for our school. Please continue to share your family’s experience with friends and invite them to attend the Open House and shadow a current student.
Thursday, November 16, 7:00 P.M. Visit Classrooms Meet Faculty, Students, Parents, and Administration Learn about Christian Service Opportunities, College Advising Program, AP Capstone Diploma Program, and Athletic Program Enjoy a sample of the Performing Arts and Visual Arts Programs For parents interested in attending both the middle school and high school open house, we recommend attending the SFXP Open House from 6:00 – 7:00 P.M. and the JPII Open House from 7:00 – 8:30 P.M. For more information about admissions, contact: Jenn Canzano, Admissions Director (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com). Financial aid is available. High School Placement Test: All 8th grade Catholic school students in the Diocese of Fall River will test at their schools.
Parents please help us with our boxtop collection. At the end of each month the homeroom that brings in the most boxtops is named and receives a special treat at lunch. This month the winning homeroom is 5H, Mrs. Hatton, with a total of 537 box tops collected.