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Five Lancers were invited to the 49ers/Bay Area Women's Sports Initiative (BAWSI) annual THINK Gold conference for high school female athletes.
Parents, students and alumni rolled up their sleeves for the Lancer Family Day of Service to support an organization that provides transitional housing for homeless families.
The Class of 2018 was honored at the senior honors assembly, and students were recognized for their leadership and accomplishments in the spiritual, academic and social areas of the school mission.
Lancer Robotics, Team 2367, returned from competition against international teams elated and pumped for next year.
Congratulations to the five art students whose works were selected to be displayed at the Mountain View Teen Center during the city's Teen Week.
The Saint Francis dance club, Unity Dance Crew, is proud to perform for the school community at its first dance recital on May 11.
The annual International Showcase dazzled once again as students celebrated with music and dance the wide range of cultures represented at Saint Francis.
Four Saint Francis choir and band ensembles received the highest scores at recent CMEA (California Music Educators Association) competitions.
The breadth of ideas that Saint Francis students pursue was on display at the inaugural SF Talks, a TED-like event in which Lancers inspired their audience with short powerful talks.
Attending a hackathon sounds downright frightening, especially if you're not a programmer, but senior Amar Ramachandran says it's so much more than individuals simply writing code.
Students in Mr. Johantgen's Video 1 class may have been film novices when they started, but they have developed enough skills to create short films with inventive stories.
Congratulations to juniors Ananya Karthik and Shivam Singhal who were among the top young scientists at the Synopsys Silicon Valley Science and Technology Championship.
Bragging rights and science glory drove students to construct a record number of boats for the Milk Carton Boat Race, the annual activity sponsored by the Science and Engineering Club.
Two Saint Francis grads are competing on Jeopardy's College Championship!
Congratulations to the Lancer band and choir programs for their outstanding performances during their four-day trip to Southern California this past weekend.
Katie Teekell '00 has been named the next Principal of Saint Francis High School effective July 1, 2018.
At Saint Francis, we embrace our neighbors as part of our family, and this year it included our brothers and sisters at Cardinal Newman High School.
Many students at Saint Francis High School joined thousands of young people across the country in standing up and walking out of their classrooms in the national movement to protest gun violence.
It is with great sorrow that we must inform you that our Lancer family suffered a terrible loss, Friday, March 9, when graduate Jennifer Gonzales '03 and her unborn child were killed in the tragic hostage situation at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville.
The stage is bursting with talent this month as students in "A Chorus Line" tell the story of dancers who are working toward their dreams of performing in a hit Broadway production.
Congratulations to the five students whose work were selected to be displayed at the 2018 ArtNow Exhibition.
Sophomore Alisha Chulani was content simply to chase after loose balls hit by her favorite player Roger Federer at an exhibition event.
The Lancer speech and debate team continues to flourish, this time at Coast Forensic League state-qualifying tournaments.
Forty students witnessed God's love at an on-campus all-day retreat where they learned more about or reinvigorated their Catholic faith.
Lancers who are advocates for the environment have a renewed sense of optimism after sharing ideas with like-minded teens at a youth conference.
Congratulations to elite-level fencer junior Ashton Daniel, who recently won the silver medal at the Cadet European Cup in Rome.
Members of the Appreciating Women and Men in Service (AWMS) club delivered nearly 100 valentines to the Mountain View Police Department to show their gratitude.
Congratulations to junior Olivia Huang who was recognized in the Scholastic Art and Writing competition with a Gold Key award for her artwork "Fortitude."
With your help, we reached our goal of raising $100,000, which will be shared between the Saint Francis financial aid endowment and student programs at Cardinal Newman High School.
At the interfaith prayer service, Ms. Safier shared how she makes choices to be calm every single moment despite circumstances constantly changing around her.
Saint Francis High School1885 Miramonte AvenueMountain View, California 94040650 968-1213Fax: 650 968-1706
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