Academic Achievement

Standardized testing is a significant part of the college admissions process. All Saint Francis students take the SAT Reasoning Test, and many take the ACT as well. The average scores for the Class of 2013 were all above the state and national averages.

 
Class of 2013 SAT Reasoning Mean
Critical Reading 597
Math 610
Writing 619
Combined 1826
 
Class of 2013 Honors Students
SAT Reasoning Mean
Critical Reading 697
Math 737
Writing 730
Combined 2154
 

Average SAT Subject Test Class of 2013

Biology E 649
Chemistry 639
French 623
English Literature 628
Math Level 2 688
Physics 643
Spanish 613
US History 648
 
National Merit Competition Class of 2013
23 Finalists
23Semi-Finalists
46Commended Students

National Merit Competition Class of 2014

31 Finalists
31 Semi-Finalists
67 Commended Students
 
ACT Mean Class of 2013
English 27.4
Math 28
Reading 27.1
Science Reasoning 26
Composite 27.2
 
Average AP Scores for all students
In May 2013, 1569 AP exams
were administered to 637 students
85% scored 3 or higher
28% scored 5

College Acceptances, Scholarships and Honors for the Class of 2013

College Acceptances

College Scholarships and Honors

Measures of Success for the Class of 2013

  • 99.5% attending college
  • 98% admitted to a four-year institution
  • 338 graduated with honors
  • 168 members of the National Honor Society
  • 124 lifetime members of the California Scholarship Federation
  • 80 students recognized in the National Merit Foundation
  • 23 students named National Merit finalists
    More students than any other Catholic high school in California!
  • 46 committed intercollegiate athletes
  • 42,472 hours of community service
  • 900+ college scholarships, honors and awards earned
  • $30 million in scholarships and awards

Many of our students say Saint Francis has transformed them. Not only do they receive a solid foundation for college, they leave high school knowing they are ready for the future. After four years, students are more open to new experiences and find that they have a better idea of who they are.

As our students become scholars, humanitarians, scientists, artists and more, they carry with them the Catholic, Holy Cross mission and the life lessons they learned during their time at Saint Francis. Our graduates are mature young adults who serve the world, making a difference wherever they are.