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Tax Credit Scholarship Program

Tax Credit Scholarship Program Applications Open Today at 7:00 p.m.

The State of Illinois has created a new way to fund scholarships for children who choose to attend Catholic schools through the “Invest in Kids Act.” Scholarships offered through this program have the potential to cover up to 100 percent of tuition and eligible charges for the next school year at St. Francis High School. 
 
The Empower Illinois Scholarship Granting Organization website (www.empowerillinois.org) is now operational and will be accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year on Tuesday, January 15, 2019, at 7 p.m.

Click here for more information.
Counseling

General Counseling

Group Counseling Program at St. Francis

The group-counseling program at St. Francis High School is designed to meet the needs of all of our students.

When students experience difficult personal situations, they often find it hard to focus on their academics. Providing emotional support to these students, helps them not only with their life’s challenges but also to focus more on their school work.

Group sizes are limited and registration is required. For more information please contact Mrs. Rupp.

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  • Group Counseling

    Our support groups help students manage life’s challenges so they can focus effectively on their education.  For more information, contact Mrs. Angelika Rupp at arupp@sfhscollegeprep.org
  • Groups for Freshmen and Transfer Students

    These six-week groups, which start in September, offer students the opportunity to meet new people, learn more about St. Francis, enhance study skills, and develop strategies for a successful high school career.
  • Support Groups I & II

    These ongoing groups help students deal with family stress, depression, anxiety, social isolation, and other personal challenges.
  • Grief Group

    This ongoing group supports students who have experienced a significant loss in their family.
  • Girls Empowerment Group

    This six-week group, which starts in February, will discuss issues such as stress management, body image, self-esteem, friends, family, dating relationships, societal expectations and other issues affecting a girl’s power.
     
  • Men’s Group

    This six-week group, which starts in March, will discuss issues such as academic challenges, stress management, personal life, friends, self-esteem, dating relationships, societal expectations, and other issues that affect the lives of young men.  For more information, see Mr. Lindley at alindley@sfhscollegeprep.org

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