plusportalsStudent/ParentPlus Portal is SFXP’s student progress communication tool where parents and students have access to grades and progress reports. New this year is that attendance and discipline records are also available to view. In addition, you may view the Grades 5-12 Parent Directory.

School Uniforms

donnellysUniforms are a distinct indication of a student’s connection to St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School. Representing the school in a positive manner is an expectation in all areas of student life, including professional dress. The overall goal of the dress code is for St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School students to be attired professionally, tastefully, and comfortably.  Download information now or visit Donnelly’s School Apparel for purchasing information.

Boys' Uniform

Shirt: White button down oxford shirt*
Pant: Dress code solid grey pant*
Blazer: Dress code navy blazer*
Tie: Dress code plaid tie*
Belt: Traditional black or brown leather belt
Socks: Navy socks
Shoes: Solid black flat soled dress shoes

*Purchased from Donnelly’s School Apparel

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| Complete guidelines are provided in the Family Handbook.

Girls' Uniform

Blouse: White pointed collar blouse*
Skirt: Dress code plaid skirt*
Blazer: Dress code navy blazer*
Tie: Dress code plaid cross tie*
Knee socks/tights: Navy knee socks or opaque tights
Dress shoes: Solid black flat soled dress shoes

*Purchased from Donnelly’s School Apparel

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| Complete guidelines are provided in the Family Handbook.

Home and School Association

The St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School Home and School Association (HSA) is a liaison among parents, teachers, and the principal.

The mission of the HSA is to enhance the Catholic family spirit while promoting a community atmosphere by sponsoring cultural enrichment programs and special events for students and families.

There are numerous venues for parental participation that provide opportunities to be involved in your child’s middle school experience. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00 P.M. All HSA meetings are open and parents are encouraged to attend.

In order for the HSA to fulfill its mission a nominal annual fee of $50.00 per family coupled with fund-raising events throughout the year helps to support the enrichment programs and to update the school facilities.

Please make your checks payable to SFXP-HSA.

2017 -2018 Home and School Association Board


After Care Program

The SFXP After Care Program provides students with a safe, caring, structured environment.

After Care is for students who are not picked up at the conclusion of the school day or at the conclusion of a sponsored sport event, silent study hall, or school activity.

Students may have a snack, work on homework, and socialize.

  • After Care hours are 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm.
  • Parent or guardian must sign out student at pick-up.
  • The After Care cost is $5.00 per half hour.
  • There is a $5.00 per minute charge for students left in After Care after 5:30.
  • Parents will be invoiced once each month.
  • The After Care Program will not be operational on half days or on the day prior to the start of vacation.

Transportation Options

There are a number of transportation options for SJPII students:

Town of Barnstable Residents
The Town of Barnstable provides bus transportation for high school students.
The fee is $175.  Please see the Barnstable Public Schools School Bus Transportation Website for more information.
Contact:  Sandy Gifford, Transportation Coordinator, at 508-790-6498.

Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority
The CCRTA provides transportation from many points on Cape Cod.
Please visit their website at

Transportation from Plymouth/Sagamore Area
The Bridge Bus Parents Group
Click here for information.