St. Francis High School Integral Student Outcomes

While the curriculum includes what they want the graduates of St. Francis High School to know, its Integrated Student Outcomes are a description of the men the school want its graduates to be. Reflecting the mission of the school, the following attributes characterize what it means to be a St. Francis man, both spiritually and intellectually.

Graduates of St. Francis High School are:

I. SPIRITUAL MEN who practice the enrichment of the heart by:

A. living with integrity;
B. recognizing that life is a gift from God;
C. understanding and demonstrating Catholic values in the Franciscan tradition;
D. serving the community, especially the poor and marginalized;
E. developing healthy relationships with God, others, and self;
F. achieving and maintaining spiritual, physical, emotional, and mental well-being.

II. INTELLECTUAL MEN who practice the enrichment of the mind by:

A. using critical thinking and problem-solving skills;
B. speaking and writing articulately;
C. understanding and respecting diversity;
D. exhibiting creativity and an appreciation for the arts;
E. using technology ethically and responsibly;
F. understanding cross-curricular relationships;
G. cultivating global consciousness.


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