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SFP Remembers our Veterans

SFP honors the service of the men and women who placed country before self and served our Nation. Thank you for your service, never forget.
Thank you
Never Forget

Prep is Intellectual

At SFP we provide opportunities for students to achieve full academic potential. Personal interests and talents make college and career choices clear. #Golden Links

Prep is the Future

SFP graduates excel in all fields and careers. The network of Prep graduates will be there wherever you go. High School is four years, Prep is forever

Prep is the Future

SFP graduates excel in all fields and careers. The network of Prep graduates will be there wherever you go. High School is four years, Prep is forever

Prep is Social

St. Francis Prep encourages active and positive civic life. Student awareness and involvement in local, national, and global issues is taught in all classes, activities and sports! #Golden Links

Prep is Social

Prep students in a Color Run to support a charitable cause!

What's New


Tuesday, Nov. 20
Tues

Nov 20

2018
Parent/Teacher Conferences 3:30-5, 6-8
Nov. 30th - Dec. 1st
Nov 30

Dec 1

2018
Beauty and the Beast Nov. 30th@8pm - Dec. 1st@7pm
Cancelled
Event

Closed

2018
Parents' Guild Murder Mystery Dinner is cancelled

There are no games on Today's Schedule

All Schedules HERE

Principal's Newsletter


October 2018

“A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows.”
St. Francis of Assisi

From the Desk of Mr. McLaughlin:

On October 4, we celebrated the Feast of St. Francis with a Liturgy celebrated by Bishop Chappetto and concelebrated by Fr. Ralph Edel and Fr. Bill Sweeney. We celebrated the many blessing we have at SFP and recognized faculty and staff members who have been with us for 15 and 25 years.

The Canticle Citation Awards were presented to the following faculty members:

25 Years of Service
Christopher Mendolia

15 Years of Service
Eileen Cosgrove
Michael Hernandez
Stacey Godek
George Anne Kotowicz
Mary Pappas
Melissa Rafferty
Marianna Ruggieri

The Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn who were present, Bro. Damien, Bro. Leonard, Bro. James, and Bro. Robert, renewed their vows.

At our Open House on October 14, students, staff, faculty, parents, and alumni came together to spread the good news about SFP to future Terriers. The day was a very impressive display of SFP values and the 4 Golden Links of a Franciscan Education: Spiritual, Intellectual, Social, and Physical. Our first ever Homecoming for the student body started on Monday, October 15, ending on Sunday, October 21. Thanks to David Ganci and Stacey Godek for organizing and implementing a great week of activities for us. Read more about the week in this newsletter. Senior Week culminated with our annual Senior Halloween Dance on Friday, October 26, with another dazzling demonstration of creative costumes. Once again, October was a month that embodies the culture of SFP and ties us back to the last line of our Mission Statement: “Together we create an environment filled with academic success, respect, integrity, and joy.”

Open House Slideshow

As we close in on the end of the 1st quarter, keep in mind that Parent-Teacher Interviews are scheduled for Tuesday, November 20, with an afternoon 3:00-5:00pm and evening 6:00-8:00pm session.

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