Welcome To Our Campus
St. Francis Of Assisi Catholic Academy Exists To Provide Quality Education Both Rooted In Legacy And In Creating Well-rounded Global Citizens Within An Ever-shifting Society. This Learning Community Is Dedicated To Empowering Students To Work With Others To Create A Just And Peaceful Society.
As Educators, We Seek To Provide Our Students With An Excellent Religious And Academic Education. We Believe That The Intellectual, Affective, Social And Physical Spheres Are Woven Together In The Fabric Of The Whole Person.
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy is a parochial school in the Diocese of Brooklyn for students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade. The school is located in the Prospect / Leffert Gardens section of Brooklyn. St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy is deeply rooted in Christian values and emphasizes the role of the family in the school community. Our school is aligned with the St. Francis of Assisi / St. Blaise Parish, St. Teresa of Avila Parish and St. Martin de Porres Parish.
The school, which opened in 1909, is staffed by the Sisters of Saint Joseph and dedicated lay educators. The original school building, located on Maple Street, was constructed in 1909 and is now the Parish Center and Chapel. The current school building, located on Lincoln Road, was constructed in 1937. The building has 15 classrooms, a technology lab, a science lab, an art room, 5 offices and a large auditorium. The auditorium provides the space for the basketball program and the annual Christmas and Spring shows. The school yard is home to our Peace garden, created in 1999, and a basketball court.