We are a Catholic college-preparatory high school community for young men. We promote the academic, spiritual, social and physical development of our students. We do this in the spirit of St. Francis de Sales who challenges us to "Be who we are and be that well."
Congratulations to all of the students who achieved outstanding academic success for the Fourth Quarter of the 2012-13 school year and were placed on the Honor Roll.The lists for each class are available here.
St. Francis de Sales High School is proud to announce that the Class of 2013 celebrated its Baccalaureate Mass on Sunday, June 1 at Gesu Church followed by its Fifty-SixthCommencement at the Toledo Museum of Art Peristyle.
In the presence of his parents, friends and coaches, Connor Trimble, senior and scholar athlete at St. Francis de Sales High School, committed to swim for D-1 Arizona State University. Trimble, an All-American his first three years at St. Francis lost half of his senior season due to a shoulder injury. Captain of his team senior year, he has been swimming since he was 4 years old.
The Knights' Baseball Team won the D-I District Championship Saturday by beating Clay 4-0 in the district finals. The Knights continued to win on Monday against St. John's in the TRAC playoff semifinals 2-1.
The Knights will take on the Central Catholic Irish in tonight's TRAC Championship game at 7p.m. at Mercy Field. Good Luck Knights!
Thursday the Knights will battle fifth-ranked NLL champion Perrysburg in a D-I regional semifinal at 5p.m. at Bowling Green's Stellar Field.
John Booth, Mackenzie Mayo, and Shelton Evans sign to play sports in college
Congratulations to John Booth who committed to play water polo for Notre Dame College of Ohio, Mackenzie Mayo who committed to play baseball for Trine, and Shelton Evans who committed to wrestle for Baldwin Wallace today in the presence of family, friends and coaches.
The “Eco-Educator Award” for Secondary educators was presented recently to Mr. Scott Secrest by S.A.V.E. Inc. for his work on teaching about energy efficiency and wind and solar power as energy source alternatives.
Mr. Secrest graduated with a B.S. in Physics from Miami University and an M.S. in Physics from the University of Arizona. He has taught Honors Physics, AP Physics C: Mechanics, and AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism at St. Francis de Sales High School since the fall of 2000, and has been chair of the science department since 2004.
The Honors Physics Class, under the instruction of Scott Secrest, held its catapult spam toss demonstration and competition today. This end of the year project gives the students a chance to combine everything they have learned this year regarding energy and motion into a hands-on design and work project. The longest throw today measured 73 meters.