Graduation Outcomes & Requirements
Saint Francis students become Holy Cross men and women who are uniquely prepared for college, service and leadership. Holy Cross men and women are people of integrity who discover their God-given talents, respect others, celebrate family and bring hope.
Upon completion of high school, each Saint Francis student is expected to be:
- A person of faith who imparts Christian values and promotes Holy Cross traditions.
- A conscientious learner who is dedicated to academic achievement and lifelong learning.
- A well-rounded citizen who is committed to personal growth and social development.
In order to graduate from Saint Francis High School, a student must successfully complete a minimum of 230 semester credits. Included within the 230 credits are the following required subjects:
|Course||Credits / Hours|
|Religious Studies||40 semester credits|
|English||40 semester credits|
|Social Studies||35 semester credits|
|Mathematics||30 semester credits|
|Science||30 semester credits|
|Foreign Language||20 semester credits|
|PE and Health||10 semester credits|
|Visual and Performing Arts||10 semester credits|
|Computer Literacy||demonstrated competency|
|Community service||50 directed hours|