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•   Dan Nayoski  3/17
•   Mahala Simmonds (Sullivan)  3/15
•   Cheryl Fraser (Richmond)  3/10
•   Joy Taylor  3/7
•   Juergen Ross  3/6
•   Marie Saroka (Dyer)  2/7
•   Stan Backs  2/6
•   Terry Ferster  2/1
•   Gary Engler  2/1
•   Suzanne Lachance (Hayes)  1/31
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

2 live in California
2 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Texas
1 lives in Washington
139 live in Alberta
31 live in British Columbia
1 lives in Nova Scotia
2 live in Ontario
2 live in Saskatchewan
2 live in Australia
1 lives in Bahamas
1 lives in China
1 lives in Nigeria
1 lives in Sweden
1 lives in United Arab Emirates
129 location unknown


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Welcome Alumni - Class of '70!



Your health and well being is our top concern as we make reunion plans during the current rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation.

For this reason the committee has decided to postpone the May 22, 23 events and will reschedule when it is safe to do so.  We are hoping that a fall event will be possible, and will keep you posted of new dates.




We have lost touch with so many  of you.  If you have retired and not updated your email from past job to home, please edit your profile. (check the Lost Touch and Missing Classmates lists to the left and help us find folks)  May is just around the corner and we would like to contact everyone soon! 



Congratulations John Dielwart!


 To read about John's award and success story ~ click here.                                    


Do You Remember Mrs. Mitchell?

This story would not surprise any of the thousands of students Mrs. Mitchell taught over the years.

To continue  ~ click here.



The school opened in 1962 with an enrollment of 466 students in three grades (9-11) and offered academic, commercial (business) and technical programs.  By 1965 enrollment doubled and the vocational wings were constructed including shop areas for automotive, carpentry, electronics & electricity, drafting, commercial art, beauty culture, hot metals and lithograph.  Two science labs, one multi-activity area and eight classrooms completed the addition.  In 1983, two of the areas were renovated to house the Home Economics facilities and in 2000, a new library and music rooms were added along with new computer and science labs and numerous classrooms.


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St. Francis High School Turns 50!

50th Anniversary Aerial Photo taken September 11/12


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