Welcome! Bonjour! Annin!
Our dynamic school community celebrates French language and culture as it provides a superior educational experience that is inspired by the teachings of Jesus Christ. At St. Francis French Immersion Catholic School our teachers and support staff work together to help our students develop to their full potential spiritually, academically, socially, emotionally and physically. We prepare our children for the challenges of our 21st century global society by integrating technology into the curriculum to improve and extend their engagement and learning.
We also offer a wide range of co-curricular activities to our students. These include our very active well-being committee, a student led justice committee, liturgies, choir, competitive sports and intramural sports. We have several other clubs and after school programs that run regularly throughout the year.
St. Francis fosters many important partnerships between home, school and church. This is evident in our strong Catholic School Council, parental support and our connections to the local parish. We strive to develop intrinsically motivated, self-directed life – long learners who are comfortable communicating and learning in both of the official languages of our country.
We encourage our students to “…live, love, learn and leave a legacy…” that will truly make the world a better place. Venez nous voir! Come to see us!
Principal – Carmela Roznik
About Ms. Roznick
Vice-Principal – Ashley Tombari
About Ms. Tombari
147 Brookfield Avenue
Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6C 5P2
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