|Transfer Student, Application Policies|
St. Francis High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, physical disability, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational, policies, admission policies, scholarship, loan programs, curricular and co-curricular programs.
St. Francis High School admits non-Catholic students and/or students who have attended public school.
Acceptance of transfer students is based on academic achievement, performance on standardized tests, co-curricular involvement, attendance and discipline record. Unless a family is moving, St. Francis High School does not accept senior transfer students.
In order to assess a student’s potential for success in the curricular and co-curricular educational programs at St. Francis High School, the following information is needed:
The number of transfer students accepted is directly related to the number of available spaces in the facility and the target enrollment of the strategic plan. The number will be determined annually by the President ’s Council.