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Francis Xavier School (. is an Independent Catholic School of the Vancouver Archdiocese. The school is a dual stream elementary school, established by St. Francis Xavier Parish in 1933, and it follows the policies and procedures recommended by the CISVA (Catholic Independent Schools of the Vancouver Archdiocese)

Francis Xavier Secondary School is a Catholic high school in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, overseen by the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. It has 1,855 students, about 130 teaching and support staff, and a childcare centre. The school mascot is the Tiger. The school has an International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma program and Specialist High Skills Major programs for Hospitality, Health & Wellness, and Sports.

Francis Xavier School is a coeducational, voluntary aided school situated on Darlington Road, Richmond, North Yorkshire, England. It is a joint Roman Catholic and Church of England school, serving young people aged 11–16 from both denominations and other backgrounds. The headteacher is Mrs. Sharon Keelan-Beardsley and the deputy is Mr. S. McGee.

Xavier is proud to be recognized as one of the top 50 Catholic high schools in the nation and a School of Distinction by the Diocese of Green Bay. This is a college preparatory school that works very hard with international students in achieving their post-high school goals. This school is on the cutting edge of technology, all students are required to have a wrong laptop with them in class. Xavier is not only known for its high achieving students but also known for its extensive school spirit. Xavier strives to provide the very best Catholic secondary education possible

It opened just months after the announced closing of Sumter Catholic High School in 1997. At its opening the school had 32 students and 5 graduated that year. It was used to purchase the building it now occupies at 15 School Street in Sumter and completed significant renovations of the heat and air conditioning system. On December 3, 2000, the Bishop of Charleston, Robert Baker, recognized St. Francis Xavier High School as an independent Catholic high school within the diocese.

St Francis is a wonderful school that cares. All of our children graduated from St Francis and either have gone to college or graduated from college More. I am a parent of five children. Our oldest four all graduated from St. Francis Xavier High School. Our youngest is now a student there they.


A1 St. Francis Xavier High School Concert Band Chorale And Shaker Dance 10:32
A2 St. Francis Xavier High School Concert Band Excerpts From "The Wiz" 5:30
A3 St. Francis Xavier High School Stage Band Brazil Momento 4:11
B1 St. Francis Xavier High School Jazz Combo Sea Journey 5:26
B2 St. Francis Xavier High School Jazz Combo In Your Quiet Place 6:10
B3 St. Francis Xavier High School Jazz Combo Four 3:14
B4 St. Francis Xavier High School Jazz Combo Funkin' At The Baked Potato 5:50


  • Bassoon – Mark Messmer
  • Brass – Chris Sherback, Darrell Chrystian, Dave Dixon , Mary Mazurek, Rob Berlando
  • Clarinet – Carolyn Letcher, Donna Huber, Leanne Barth, Michelle Newby, Terry Gawalko, Wendy Soltesz
  • Directed By – Tom Rasmussen
  • Flute – Angie Erhard, Caroline Taylor, Cheryl Holzman, Connie Swiniarski, Gordon Buga, Heather Crichton, Jane Knight, Janet Markley, Pat Vandermeer, Theresa Hauck
  • French Horn – Laurene Stefanyk, Lynn Janzen, Rose Mudie
  • Percussion [Percussion & Rhythm] – Andreas Schuld, Daniel Sysak, Dwayne Hrynkiw, Jim MacGregor, Kelly Field, Kevin Borbely, Maria Stefanyk
  • Saxophone – Barb Markowich, Gail Miklos, Grant Jonasson, Jeff Beck , Kathy Conroy, Ken Olivier, Peter Opgenorth, Veronica Matheson
  • Trumpet – Andrea Dombroski, Barb Jackson, Bob London , Dan Milliken, Dan Moyen, Ken Jones , Ken Kowalchuck, Peter Baker , Rene Johnson