Integral Student Outcomes (ISOs)

St. Francis High School graduates are guided by Don Bosco's Salesian philosophy of life and are...
Committed to Reason: As creative, critical thinkers and life-long learners who...
  • Express themselves with superior communication skills.
  • Have mastered the arts and sciences at a level consistent with students entering college.
  • Make choices for safe, healthy and well-balanced life styles.
  • Use technology individually and collaboratively to share and expand their knowledge.
  • Develop and demonstrate qualities of leadership.

Committed to Religion: As responsible, spiritual people who...
  • Understand the tenets of the Catholic faith and are respectful of all faiths.
  • Behave in a way consistent with their beliefs.
  • Continue to develop their spirituality in a community of faith.
  • Are aware that they are created "in the image and likeness of God" to fully develop their talents and abilities.

Committed to Kindness: As involved citizens of their communities who...
  • Value diversity.
  • Act with compassion toward others.
  • Are committed to dealing with issues facing their communities and the environment at the local, national, and global levels.
  • Make their communities more loving, just, and sustainable through responsible moral decisions and voluntary service.