The Farm at St. Francis School

As you leave the two lane highway behind and drive onto our 14-acre campus, the road takes a turn. You will come upon a fenced-in pasture with four lively sheep (two of which were born on property), two goats, and some free ranging chickens. Keep an eye out for our rooster named Lunchbox as he calls out to the school children during daylight hours. 

St. Francis School keeps a small farm so our children will experience the beauty of nature. While observing animals, our children grow in love and appreciation for God’s creation. By witnessing – and sometimes helping – in the daily upkeep of the farm, our children discover their own call to be good stewards.