Welcome to Middle School!

Grades 6, 7, and 8 are departmentalized into a seven-period school day from 8:25am to 3:00 pm daily. The students have several teachers over the course of their curriculum:   

• Ms. Larson is the  8th Grade homeroom teacher. She also teaches 6th, 7th, and 8th grade English/Language Arts, and Advanced 1 Math.  She is also the Student Council Moderator.  

•  Dr. Gica is the  7th Grade homeroom teacher. He teaches 7th grade Religion, 6th, 7th and 8th grade Science, and  Algebra and Geometry.

•  Mrs. Woodard is the  6th Grade homeroom teacher. She teaches 5th Grade Math, 6th grade Religion, and 6th and 8th grade History. She is also the Vice Principal.

•  Mrs. Holroyd  teaches 8th grade Religion and PK-8 Physical Education. Mrs. White teaches 7th Grade History.  Ms. O’Farrell teaches pre-Algebra. Mrs. Lyons teaches Compressed 5th/6th grade math.

• Mrs. White teaches 7th Grade History.  

• Ms. O’Farrell teaches pre-Algebra.

• Mrs. Lyons teaches Compressed 5th/6th grade math.

• Physical Education
• Health
• Technology
• Enrichment:

     •  Aerobics
     •  Art
     •  Band
     •  Choir
     •  Math & Art / Math Lab 
•  French
•  Speech

Specialists
Band
PE
Music Art
Enrichments

Leadership Opportunities

•  Student Council (Executive Council and Class Reps)
•  Student-led Mass
•  Safety Patrol
•  Liturgical Choir
•  Office Assistants

Learning Experiences
•  Camp OSPREY (Environmental Education)
•  Mass for Life
•  Retreats
•  Various field trips

On-campus After-school Activities
•  Spanish
•  Art
•  Cross-country
•  Basketball
•  Volleyball
•  Running Club
•  Coding
•  Robotics

Part of our focus is to develop a missionary spirit within our students. Therefore, the middle schoolers participate in service projects that relate to Catholic Social Teaching. The school, led by our Middle School Student Council, joins together in a special service project that varies dependent on the needs of our global and local community every school year.

"My daughter has only been in school here for two weeks. In this short time, however, she has already displayed some signs of Christian growth.  The questions she asks about life and death are probing and complex.  As parents these questions enhance our Christian growth, as well."
"By attending St. Frances Cabrini School, my child will gain the continuation of respect, tolerance, self discipline and the caring for others."
"The school's greatest strengths are many, but discipline and keeping parents informed of student progress seem to stand out."
"The school gives great attention to the needs of its students, plus it is relatively small. The school has high standards of achievement."