Without a doubt, Saint Francis High School is a special place. It offers students a well-rounded education in a safe and supportive community. Wouldn’t it be great if every deserving student had an opportunity to attend a school like this?

While the tuition at Saint Francis remains among the lowest in the region at $16,700, financial aid requests continue to rise exponentially. This year, the school distributed $2.75 million in tuition assistance to students with demonstrated financial need -- up dramatically from $2.055 million last year.

The school is committed to ensuring that as many qualified students as possible will have the opportunity to attend Saint Francis, regardless of their family’s financial aid situation.

The Saint Francis High School Financial Aid Endowment

The endowment is the school’s primary resource to reach this goal. The endowment is a permanent source of funding that generates financial aid. Every dollar contributed to the endowment is professionally managed, with the annual interest generated directly funding financial aid. Giving to the endowment means that your gift will support the school and its students in perpetuity – not just this year, but every year into the future.

We invite you to make a contribution to the endowment in the following ways: 

Honor a Legend: Make a gift to an endowed tribute fund established in the names of former faculty and staff members—legends at Saint Francis—who have made an impact on the lives of countless students. 

Give to an existing endowed tribute fund: Make a gift to an established fund of your choice.

Create a Legacy: Establish your own or your family’s legacy or honor someone dear to you by creating an endowed tribute fund, which will provide a perpetual source of financial aid for Saint Francis. Please contact Mike Speckman for more information.
 

Honor a Legend                      Give to existing fund 

Contact Us

For more information regarding contributions to the endowment, please contact:

Mike Speckman
Director of Endowment and Tuition Assistance Programs
mikespeckman@sfhs.com
650 210-2426

Holly Elkins '93
Executive Director of Institutional Advancement
hollyelkins@sfhs.com
650 210-2439

Saint Francis High School1885 Miramonte AvenueMountain View, California 94040650 968-1213Fax: 650 968-1706
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