St. Francis Xavier Catholic School’s commitment to the learning process is reflected in a curriculum that adjusts to the unique needs of individual students while respecting the rights, interests, and personal dignity of each child. The school’s sound academic curriculum prepares students to become productive members of society in a world that is becoming increasingly competitive. The curriculum at SFX encompasses the following subject areas: religion, language arts, reading (grades PK-5), literature (grades 6-8), mathematics, science, social studies, art, music, technology, Spanish, and physical education. Each student is required to participate in every subject area taught at his or her grade level. In middle school students are given a choice of electives. All curriculum is developed by the Diocese of Savannah and is based upon both national and state standards. The curriculum can be viewed at the Diocesan Office of Catholic Schools website - https://diosav.org/catholicschools.