Profile of the St. Francis Xavier Graduate
Graduates from St. Francis Xavier Catholic School stand at the threshold of young adulthood. They have developed spiritually, mentally, emotionally, socially, and physically in our nurturing environment. During their years here, they have cultivated strengths, abilities, and characteristics that will serve them well throughout life.
They know how to reason and write well, to problem solve, to study, and to value education. While here, they have experienced the important lessons learned from success and failure, joy and disappointment, winning and losing. Our students leave here knowing that Christ is the reason for this school. He is the unseen but ever-present teacher in our classrooms. He is the model for our faculty and the inspiration for our students.
Spiritually, the Xavier graduate models love of God appreciates the value of prayer in his/her life, and lives out his/her faith in Church, family, and society.
Academically, the Xavier graduate enriches his/her mental abilities, articulates views orally and visually, becomes technologically sound, and evaluates objectives and solutions.
Globally, the Xavier graduate develops self-guided discipline and dignity, discovers cultural respect, participates in serving others, and raises consciousness of social justice.
Physically, the Xavier graduate gains insight into cooperative participation, experiences self-improvement, and develops a keen sense of sportsmanship in competition.
Lovingly, the Xavier graduate understands human relationships, practices humility, and puts trust in the fidelity of family, friends, and members of the community.
Faithfully, the Xavier graduate allows the Holy Spirit to lead and follows encouragement from the Gospel.
Together, we motivate Xavier graduates to fulfill their highest human vocation as members of society while visioning a horizon that stretches into eternity.