St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School

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Why Now?

Phase One
Over the last several years, we have had a long wait list of prospective students for our highly sought-after Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten programs. To serve these families and educate the children in the “Spirit of St. Francis,” we need to grow. Expanding our program and facilities will increase our Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten enrollment by thirty-four students, reduce the student/teacher ratios, and increase the number of potential students in grades K-8 going forward.

Phase Two
Our new multi-purpose and athletics facility will address the challenges of space and flexibility to fully engage our community as we teach, study, play, meet, worship, learn and work.  Located at the center of our campus, the two-level 12,000 square-foot signature structure will be home to athletics, performing and fine arts, as well as all-school assemblies and Masses.  It will allow our community to gather -- under one roof -- together. The building will include flexible learning and meeting spaces, restrooms and concession area,      a warming kitchen and covered outdoor eating area. This new building will allow for community outreach in Yorba Linda, Anaheim Hills and surrounding areas.

Phase Three
The Fr. Seamus Glynn Center and the administration building will be connected and provide much-needed space for prayer and adoration, counseling, student life and administrative staff offices. A new main school entrance will replace the existing gate, enhancing campus security. The current faculty lounge will be converted to a K-5 science classroom, and repurposed spaces will accommodate expansion of extended care services, accelerated math and a new learning support classroom will be added.