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Welcome to St. Francis Xavier Catholic School!

"We educate for excellence and together we become disciples of Christ"

Student Council Blessing!


Student Council Officers


Ready for Plant Tower fun this school year!

Grandparents day church

SFX is a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence!

The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes public and private elementary, middle, and
high schools where students perform at very high levels!

5th Bridge

5th Grade Bridge Challenge


Thank you for supporting Boosterthon! Here are some new lockers!

Magazine Drive Assembly

Magazine Drive Assembly!

Fire Safety

Medina Fire Safety House!

Preschool courtyard

Preschool in the Courtyard


Saint Francis Xavier School received the 2016-2017 Governor’s Thomas Edison Award for STEM Education and Student Research!

Magazine Drive ends September 29! Order now!

Third grade students enjoyed a visit from the Medina Fire Department Fire Safety House.

Enjoy the video!



Navigator News

From the Principal

From the Principal …

St. Francis Xavier Catholic School Update

September 17, 2017

SFX Earns Two Great Distinctions!

St. Francis Xavier School and Preschool have both earned high distinctions recently.  Congratulations on the recognition of St. Francis Xavier “Little Sailors” Preschool as an Ohio Healthy Program.  This distinction recognizes the commitment of our Preschool program to promoting wellness in young children and helping to reduce the risk of childhood obesity.  Congratulations to St. Francis Xavier School for receiving the Governor’s Thomas Edison Award for Excellence in STEM Education and Student Research for the 2016-2017 school year.  This award recognizes Ohio schools and teachers who stimulate scientific student research and technological design and extend opportunities beyond traditional classroom activities. We are extremely proud of our St. Francis Xavier “Little Sailors” Preschool and Day School for earning these special honors!

Please follow our school policy of notifying the school office if your child will be absent.  Also, please send a note to school if your child will be picked up prior to our normal dismissal time of 3:15pm. The office staff and I appreciate your understanding and adherence to these school policies.

Thank you.

Have a blessed week.

In Christ,

Mrs. Seislove


This Week at a Glance:   Week of September 18-22 ~ MAP Testing in all grades

Tuesday, September 19 – All-School Liturgy 9:15am

1st Magazine Turn-in Day PTC

Master Pizza Night

First Reconciliation Parent Meeting 6:45pm Church

Wednesday, September 20 – Picture Day (K-8 & Preschool  4’s & 5’s)

Thursday, September 21 – Picture Day (Class Pictures and Preschool 3’s)

Friday, September 22 – Magazine Drive Turn-in Day

First Reconciliation Parent Meeting 6:45pm Church

Looking Ahead:   Week of September 25-29 ~ MAP Testing in all grades

STREAM WEEK – All classes will be engaged in STREAM Activities the last hour of each day this week.

Tuesday, September 26 – Teacher Tuesday Magazine Drive Turn-in Day

Thursday, September 28 – Early Release 2:15pm

Friday, September 29 – Magazine Drive Final Turn-in Day


We educate for excellence and together we learn to become Disciples of Christ.                                                                                                                        



Common Core State Standards

Catholic schools have a long-standing commitment to academic excellence that is rooted in the faith-based mission of Catholic education. The Common Core State Standards in no way compromise the Catholic identity or educational program of a Catholic school.

The Common Core State Standards initiative, begun in 2007, is a state-led, bipartisan effort that is not a requirement for participation in the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) or any other federally-funded program, and there are no mandates for any Catholic school to follow any federal rules if they adopt the Common Core. Adoption of the Common Core is voluntary; individual states, Catholic dioceses and other private schools make their own decisions about whether to adopt the standards.