History

In August, 2000

190 students in grades Kindergarten, First, and Second and a full and part-time faculty of 13 began the first year at St. Francis of Assisi School. The school had been envisioned to have three sections of each grade level. An additional grade level would be added each year until the school grew to have Kindergarten through Eighth Grade.

May of 2003

Groundbreaking of Phase II began to add School and religious education classrooms by the Fall of 2004 to keep pace with the additional students. This phase would include the completion of the Education Center by adding a two-story addition at the east end of the complex which would include classrooms, school office, cafeteria, gymnasium, art, science, and music rooms.

Fall of 2006

School completed its plan of having grades Kindergarten through eighth grade.

November of 2014

St. Francis of Assisi is awarded the honor of Blue Ribbon School.

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Students Graduate Empowered

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

Students are Prepared

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

Home of Mrs. Frances Edmond

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church building on All Saints.

11 Mercer Street.

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

Herbert O. Hagens '60

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church building on All Saints.

Bernard Kilgore

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

National Association of Independent Schools
Association of the French Schools
New Jersey Association
National Association of Independent Schools
Association of the French Schools
Association of the French Schools
Tracy Schmulbach
6-8 Physical Education
Tracy Endres
Kindergarten Associate
Stacey King
Reading Recovery
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