St. Francis Xavier School is a fully accredited Catholic school started in October of 1898 by the Racine Dominican Sisters. The mission of St. Francis Xavier Catholic School is to provide the best religious and academic education possible by promoting the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and social growth of our students and by building a strong, loving faith community. We believe that St. Francis Xavier Catholic School assists the parent, who is the primary educator. We believe that all children are unique and valuable because their life comes from God. We believe that we need to help students learn the basic teachings and beliefs of the Catholic Church and the means to live by them. We believe in challenging our students academically to do their very best.
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Student Teacher Ratio
10 : 1
46% Male / 54% Female
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