Our School

Grades Taught

Grade 6 - 9


We welcome students of all faiths who desire a Catholic education. "Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible" St. Francis of Assisi


Gary Gylander


Vice-Principal - Stefan Labrecque

Vice - Principal - Dana Pikkert

Administrative Assistant - Student Records/PowerSchool - Lori LaRocque

Administrative Assistant - Financial - Nancy MacIsaac

Administrative Assistant/Reception - Nicole Melnyk


Be Loving, Be Joyful, Be Humble and Be Forgiving.


Our schools are gospel-centered communities of hope, fostering a Catholic Christian value system within a pluralistic society.


St. Francis is a student-centred, Catholic middle school where:

♦ We have a safe and caring environment

♦ We have a genuine sense of community with a welcoming and inviting atmosphere

♦ We consistently apply standards that provide order and organization

♦ We demonstrate innovative learning


We are committed to providing a Catholic-centered learning environment that nourishes an active spiritual practice and fosters a sense of community.

We believe student well being comes above all else, by advocating on their behalf and providing a safe and caring environment where respect of people and property are valued.

We believe in providing an authentic learning environment, built on innovation and collaboration.

We believe in the value of a strong effective team that listens, celebrates and supports one another by creating a welcoming and inviting atmosphere.

We believe in the value of lifelong, innovative, engaging and authentic learning opportunities that enhance the education of the whole child.

We believe in the value of high expectations and consistency by setting high goals and upholding agreed-upon standard practices.


Four Pillars of St. Francis of Assisi Middle School

St. Francis of Assisi Middle School is a Christ-centered learning environment whose members are called to Be Loving, Be Joyful, Be Humble and Be Forgiving.  These four pillars are the foundation we build upon as our students transition throughout our school and venture into high school. We ask that students strive to…

Be Loving

My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you. - John 15:12

As Catholic Christians, we are called to be loving in our actions, in our thoughts and in our words. For our students, this can be demonstrated in how they treat and speak to one another in the hallways, in the classrooms and during recess. Students should first and foremost always love one another! Everything we do should be loving, just as God loves us unconditionally, we too should show our unconditional love to our community.

Be Joyful

For the joy of the Lord is your strength. - 1 Nehemiah 8:10b

Be Joyful always, this is God’s will for us. As a person in Christ, we can choose to rejoice in all that He is for us, all that He has done for us and all that He still has planned for us. For our students, this comes from making choices that are pleasing to God and bring joy to others.  We can experience joy through serving others, through prayer, listening to and reflecting on God’s word. When we choose to do what is right and move closer to God through our actions and words we start to experience Joy and spread Joy to others!

Be Humble

God opposes the proud but shows favor to the humble. - James 4:6

As Christians, we are not to outwardly show our pride in our actions and words we are to only seek to please God and no one else. Christ asks us to be of the mindset that our opinions and thoughts are no better than anyone else’s. We should not boast about our own accomplishments and abilities. We are to serve God and God alone. For students, this can be demonstrated by using our talents and capabilities to help others, to encourage each other and by appreciating diversity.

Be Forgiving

Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry. - Ephesians 4:26

As Christians, we are called to be Forgiving people!  It is only through God that forgiveness can be achieved. Forgiveness is not a feeling, it is a choice. It is choosing not to let hatred and resentment live in your heart and this can only happen by turning to God for help.  For our students, this can be demonstrated through developing empathy and choosing to forgive the wrongdoings they may encounter on a day to day basis and leaving judgement to God and God alone.