Mission Statement

St. Francis Xavier Catholic School strives to help young people grow and develop spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically through the cooperative efforts of the pastor, principal, teachers and staff; parents, parishioners and students. It is our goal to help students to nurture and acquire the necessary skills to effectively serve their communities and become productive individuals as they complete the journey of life through the Catholic Christian values found in the teachings of Christ.


On August 27, 2020, Ohio Governor DeWine announced that the Ohio Department of Health required all K-12 schools to report cases of COVID-19.  The order also established that every school will identify a COVID-19 Coordinator.  Donna McDowell, Principal, will serve as the St Francis Xavier School COVID-19 Coordinator.  She will report all cases that we are aware of to the Huron County Health Department. The Huron Co Public Health will then report these cases to the Ohio Department of Health and this information will be updated and posted at www.coronavirus.ohio.gov every Thursday.  You can click on the links below to see Huron County Public Health information, State-wide COVID data or see the number of cases for staff and students at St Francis Xavier School as well as any school in Ohio.

The following is posted to comply with section 3301.164 of the Ohio Revised Code, as established in HB49.


St. Francis Xavier School has 117 students enrolled in grades K - 7 as of October 31, 2021. 



At St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church First Reconciliation and First Communion preparation usually takes place in second grade, if for some reason your child has missed a Sacrament. 

Please contact the parish office 


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