One of our goals at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School is to maintain low-cost tuition for our students without jeopardizing our ability to provide a high-quality Catholic education that helps each child reach his or her potential spiritually, intellectually, and socially. We are able to accomplish this in part by holding various fundraisers throughout the school year. The success of each fundraiser is a direct result of the dedication of community members who want to make a difference through their involvement or generous contributions.
Book Fair
Twice yearly, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School hosts a Scholastic Book Fair, offering books and an assortment of other items for both parents and students.  For every item purchased, St. Francis of Assisi receives not only a portion of the profits but additional books for our school library. 
Box Tops for Education
BoxTops for Education is a nationwide fundraising program launched by General Mills in 1996 to help schools earn cash for items they need such as books, computers, etc.  Students clip box tops coupons from everyday items in their pantries and a parent volunteer send them in.  The school receives a check based on the number of boxtops collected.  There are hundreds of participating products including Ziplock, Kleenex, Hefty, Betty Crocker, and more.  

Fall Fundraiser (Cookie Dough and Wrapping Paper Sales)
Students kick-off our fundraising efforts for the year by selling delicious Mrs. Fields cookie dough and Charleston Wrap during the months of September and October.

Candy Grams
Student Council members sell Candy Grams at the beginning of February each year. The notes are delivered with a sweet treat on Valentine's Day and can be purchased by students and family members who wish to make a friend or child's day a bit more special.

Mother-Son and Father-Daughter
Our Annual Mother-Son and Father-Daughter Dances offer an evening of dancing, games, and fun for our students and their families. Tickets are available for purchase prior to the event.  All monies raised benefit the Father Seamus Glynn Tuition Assistance Fund.

Students and their families enjoy a meal together as the In-N-Out Burger truck visits campus to deliver meals that have been pre-ordered through the  St. Francis Academic Decathlon Team.  Proceeds are used to support the team as they prepare for the annual Academic Decathlon.

Jeans Days
Throughout the school year, students are offered the opportunity to make a one-dollar donation towards a worthy cause in exchange for the chance to wear jeans to school for a day.  Funds are sent to a pre-determined charitable organization or applied to a specific program or project at St. Francis of Assisi.

Scrip is a fundraising program that allows St. Francis families to purchase gift cards and credit for everyday expenses such as food, clothing, and entertainment.   With each purchase, a percentage of the amount spent is given back to the school.  Every St. Francis family is required to accumulate a minimum of $275 in scrip profit each year. These funds help maintain the school and its programs.

Tricks Treats and Tacos
The St. Francis community comes out in full force to support the 8th-grade class at this annual fundraiser that features a catered taco dinner, games, music, and trick-or-treating across campus.