History of St. Francis Episcopal School
The St. Francis Episcopal School is a member of the Southeast Association of Episcopal Schools in the Diocese of Texas. The school is licensed through the Texas Department Health and Human Services and a member of the Southeast Association of Episcopal Schools (SAES).
The intention of St. Francis School has existed since its outset - indeed even while the present church facilities were being planned - to be a community school offering a preparatory background for young children anticipating entrance into area schools. Dr. and Mrs. Compton Broders, The Rev. Robert Bonner and members of the building committee and Bishops committee conceived the plan of the school in 1969. The school opened upon completion of construction of this building in 1971.
St. Francis continues to be a leader in the education of children in Central Texas. We instill a love of learning while also helping to shape our outstanding students into the future leaders of our beloved community.
St. Francis Episcopal School is an outreach of St. Francis Episcopal Church. It is governed by the St. Francis Episcopal School Board under the supervision of the Rector and Church Vestry. The School Board consists of elected members from the church, the Rector, school parents and a vestry representative.
St. Francis School is open to students of any race, color, nationality, religion or ethnic group.
St. Francis Episcopal Church
By the Grace of God, we love, worship and serve Christ, making Him known in our daily lives.
St. Francis has been serving the Temple community since 1966. Our community, worship, outreach, and education ministries are designed for people in any stage of their spiritual journey. No matter your religious background or tradition, you are welcome in this place.
A 10% tuition discount is offered to church members in good standing.
The mission of St. Francis Episcopal Church is to love, worship and serve Christ making him known in our daily lives.
Visit us online at www.stfrancistempletx.org.
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