Originally founded as St. Francis Convent School for girls primarily focused on nursing studies, we evolved into a college preparatory school for girls and became St. Francis High School. In 2012, St. Francis High School changed its name to Saint Francis School, becoming a co-educational institution for grades pre-K through high school.
This progressive transformation could not have happened without the support of our parents; commitment from our students; dedication and passion from our faculty and staff; financial support from our donors; our countless alumni; and finally, our supportive and caring community. Special thanks go to the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities who, over the years, provided sponsorship to the school to allow our students to benefit from a valuable Catholic education at an affordable tuition.
In closure, we reflect on and appreciate all that this school has had to offer our students. It is with them that the legacy of Saint Francis School lives on, today and for generations that follow. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the love and support you provided for nearly a century. We are so very grateful.
Mahalo nui loa and God Bless!
The Board of Directors
Saint Francis School