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Find Out Why SFXP
is the Right Choice for Your Family

Thank you for your interest in enrolling your child in St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School. We understand how important it is to you to choose the right school for your child, and we want to provide you with as much information as possible to assist you in making this decision.

St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School is dedicated to the academic, social, and spiritual growth of early adolescents. Our goals are to prepare your child for a life of holiness and for success.

Admission to St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School is competitive. We make a daily commitment to excellence. What we do best is to prepare middle level students for the rigors of a challenging secondary school environment. Students applying for admission should be capable of keeping up with the academic demands of the school.

We have high expectations of all our students and apply high standards for ourselves.

We do not offer an adjusted curriculum or alternate programs for testing or grading.

Mrs. Elizabeth Kelley,
Middle School Principal

For additional information please contact:

Mrs. Jennnifer Canzano
Director of Admissions

phone: 508.862.6336

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an Admissions Packet

To begin the application process please download the Application & Record Release Forms below.

download-icon-blueDownload and fully complete the Application for Admission.

download-icon-blueDownload and complete the Record Release Form and send it to your child’s current school.

We must receive a copy of your child’s current school record, including previous report cards, the most recent report card from the current academic year, and any standardized testing (e.g. Iowa, Stanford, MCAS, etc.) results.

When the above items are received, you will be contacted to arrange for a personal interview with Principal Mrs. Elizabeth Kelley.

To be considered in the first round of acceptances, the Application for Admissions and current school records must be on file, and an interview must be completed by March 1, 2018.


An interview is required for all applicants and their families.