Mission Statement

St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Schools brings our Catholic Faith to life by instilling wisdom and compassion in our students and community. We are committed to the total development of each student spiritually, academically and physically from early childhood through high school. Our students are confident leaders who, like Mother Cabrini, declare “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” (Philippians 4:13)

Core Values


Students are called to reflect on their relationship with God and demonstrate growth in personal spirituality, by:

  • Making healthy, moral and ethical choices based on Gospel values
  • Understanding the Catholic Faith and the role of the Church in the world
  • Recognizing the relationship between mind, body and spirit
  • Identifying and using their gifts to serve the world


Students are challenged with rigorous intellectual study and achieve academic excellence, by:

  • Demonstrating critical thinking as a habit and becoming lifelong learners
  • Communicating effectively through listening, speaking and writing
  • Using technology to enhance learning, productivity and creativity
  • Exhibiting innovation, creativity and an appreciation of the arts
  • Acquiring core knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in life


Students are called to follow Jesus Christ’s example and become missionary disciples, by:

  • Advocating for human dignity and a respect for life
  • Serving family, school and the larger community
  • Caring for the environment as stewards of God’s creation
  • Identifying with those suffering from injustice and working towards change


Students are welcomed into a community that promotes a spirit of integrity and collaboration, by:

  • Reflecting on life lessons gained through participation in an integrated program that includes academics, athletics, the arts, campus ministry and extra-curricular activities
  • Resolving conflict through effective interpersonal skills, healthy social relationships and charitable consideration for the viewpoints of others
  • Recognizing our common humanity in the traditions, cultures and people of the world
  • Developing and demonstrating a respect for self and others


Students are called to model courageous leadership, by:

  • Embracing an openness to change and a willingness to take risks
  • Focusing on effective decision making and problem-solving
  • Using emotional and social skills to collaborate and work as a team
  • Taking responsibility for their own actions and accounting for the welfare of others