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Congratulations to the boys cross country team who finished their sensational season with a ninth place finish at the Nike Cross Nationals meet.
Congratulations to the Lancer speech and debate team which had notable results at tournaments this weekend.
To thank the police officers who had to work during Thanksgiving, Lancers donated homemade baked goods to the Mountain View Police Department.
Because of the generosity from our community, we raised more than $220,000 for the Annual Fund and alumni class endowed scholarships, which unlocked an additional $100,000 thanks to our matching gift.
The Lancer Band performed an inspiring work of color, music, and pageantry during the halftime show at the homecoming game.
When students get together around the dinner table for Thanksgiving, they can feel good knowing they played a part in ensuring local needy families will also be able to enjoy a special holiday meal.
During this season of giving, 50 Lancer parents and students volunteered their time to serving the residents at the LifeMoves Villa Family Shelter, which provides transitional housing for 24 families.
Congratulations to the Saint Francis Quiz Bowl team for winning first place at the California Cup #2 tournament.
Relive the fun and excitement of Homecoming Week. There were entertaining skits and rally games, activities throughout the week and an exciting football game. Go Lancers!
Congratulations to sophomore Tanshi Jain, juniors Tanya Menezes and Elbert Xie and senior Nithy Baskaran for reaching the semifinals (top 14 out of 70 entries) at a recent Coast Forensics League Individual Events tournament.
When the curtains rise on opening night, the cast and crew of "The Miracle Worker" will bring their all to the stage and promise their audiences a moving production, telling the story of a persistent teacher and her student, a blind and deaf girl.
Br. Nich Perez, C.S.C., a filmmaker, musician and teacher, recently challenged students to be their authentic selves in all aspects of their lives, including in the social media realm.
Congratulations to junior Kendrick Sharpe and freshmen Daniela Tran and Jenna Kalina, who were selected as finalists in the annual poster contest for their visual interpretations of the theme "Integrity: Awaken Authenticity."
More than 3,000 guests toured our campus during Open House, all eager to learn about the academics, Campus Ministry, athletics, performing arts and extracurricular programs offered at Saint Francis.
Did you miss the fall band and choir concert? Catch the highlights here!
Lancers shared their artistic and musical talents with underserved middle school students in San Jose to spark their creativity, helping them explore the fun in playing guitar and making art.
With heavy hearts, we share the news that Brother Robert Carberry, C.S.C., passed away on October 14, 2017.
Armed with buckets and gloves, students from the Environmental Club and teacher Roberta Chisam's biology class combed Davenport Beach in Santa Cruz County to pick up glass, plastic, bottle caps and cigarette butts.
With the anthem of perseverance "Chariots of Fire" playing on the school PA system, student-athletes and coaches assembled in the quad to receive a blessing as their fall season gets underway.
Sophomore Aishani Aatresh, a frequent consumer of the popular TED talks, is constantly inspired by what she learns from these online presentations.
Fall has arrived, which means crisper weather and, of course, football games. To prepare for Friday nights, the Saint Francis cheerleading squads have been hard at work, perfecting their routines so they are ready to boost school spirit by performing in front of the Rage Cage.
Congratulations to the 32 seniors who have been recognized as National Merit semifinalists. This number represents the most semifinalists from any Catholic high school in California, a distinction Saint Francis has held for the past five out of six years.
Whenever Lancers suit up against their athletic opponents, they can count on their director of athletics, Michael Pilawski, to be there on the sidelines, supporting them win or lose.
To commemorate the tragedies of 9/11 and to nurture peace worldwide, religion classes and individual students committed themselves to prayer during a Day of Peace, organized by Saint Francis' Campus Ministry.
The arrival of fall means celebrating many back-to-school traditions, including the Grand Reunion. More than 400 Saint Francis and Holy Cross alumni returned to campus for the third annual event.
Saint Francis High School celebrates the start of a new school year by welcoming nine new faculty and staff members, thrilled to join the community and share their expertise.
To take the stress and confusion out of the college application process, the Guidance and Counseling Office hosted summer workshops for rising seniors to help them better tell their stories and understand how colleges review applications.
Lancers warmly welcomed their peers from sister Holy Cross schools this summer as students from five high schools converged on the Saint Francis campus to serve and learn together during the annual Holy Cross immersion.
Saint Francis is ready to warmly welcome its new class of freshmen in August, but many members of the class of 2021 have already received a sneak peek into life as Lancers when they attended Freshman Experience.
Saint Francis High School1885 Miramonte AvenueMountain View, California 94040650 968-1213Fax: 650 968-1706
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