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Voted one of the best high schools in the US by the National Catholic Honor Roll, St Francis Xavier High School offers students challenging courses in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math with a balance of fine art and humanities courses. They offer different levels of study including Honors, AP and Dual Enrollment courses that allow students to earn college credit.

The academic wing includes computer labs, science labs, a large guidance suite, and a library media center. The school’s performing arts center includes a 749-seat theater plus new rooms for band, chorus, drama, and art.

With a rich tradition of success, St. Francis Xavier offers international students an opportunity to compete on many traditional and non-traditional athletic teams.
The arts program at St. Francis is impressive and includes the Xavier Theater Academy, an intensive learning/performance class geared toward dedicated, serious performers and technicians. Students prepare for and present public performances of a Broadway musical at the end of each session.

Appleton is along the Fox River, about 40 minutes south of Green Bay and two hours north of Milwaukee. The community enjoys many yearly film, music and art festivals. Appleton is also home to several fine art institutes, such as Valley Academy of the Arts and the Makaroff School of Ballet.

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School Information

14 - 20

Studio Art - 2D Design, Studio Art - 3D Design, Acting, Graphic Design - Advanced, Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Art, Theater, Photoshop, Theater - Design and Production, Theater - Technical Theater, Improvisation, Media, Media Production

Chinese, French, German, Spanish

Chess Club, Environmental, French Honors Society, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Key Club, Mock Trial, National Honor Society, Peer Tutoring, Prom Committee, Quiz Bowl, Skiing Club, Spanish Honor Society, Student Ambassadors, Student Council, Powerlifting, Equestrian Club

Biology, Psychology, Statistics, US History, Physics 1, Calculus AB, Computer Science Principles, English Language and Composition, World History

Multiple Year, Fall Year, Spring Semester, Fall Semester