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  • Principal's Message

    Dear Friends, 

    Our Catholic culture and identity is the reason that St. Francis Xavier School is here.  This is my 18th year at SFX, and it has been a blessing for me to get to meet and know so many students, alumni, families, and school staff past and present throughout that time.  There is a lot of pride in the school.  I often share that it is the community at SFX, which I saw and felt early in my time at this school that makes it a special place to be.  There are a plentiful amount of traditions at our school that are essential elements for building our school community.  There are families that can trace back many generations that have attended and were formed by the education they received at St. Francis Xavier.  Each year in late January/early February we celebrate Catholic Schools Week.  It is a fun week for our students.  It is a time to embrace our history, traditions, faith, families, community, and current students.  Though we put a special focus in these areas on this one week, every day these are main components that make us unique and makes SFX a special place.

    We are grateful for our parishioners and all supporters of the school.  Through all of your prayers, volunteering, weekly parish contributions, attending special events and fundraisers, and donations earmarked for special projects, you are investing in the school, the largest ministry of this parish.  Thank you!

    If you are interested in enrolling your student, or you know someone that may be interested in SFX, we look forward to meeting you and scheduling a tour of our school.  Call our office at 231-347-3651.


    Yours in Christ,

    Adam Dobrowolski, principal