St. Francis Xavier School is an educational mission of St. Francis Xavier parish in Taos, Missouri. Our school prepares disciples in grades K-8 to be Christ centered learners, leaders, and stewards as they grow in their relationship with God. We honor our students by setting high academic standards and providing quality instruction.
Congratulations to Ashley Forck and Matthew Maasen, SFX Class of 2011, members of the Blair Oaks High School LifeSmarts Team, who won the 2015 state competition and will travel to Seattle, Washington, to compete at the national level.
Congratulations to Kailey Wieberg, SFX Class of 2012, who was chosen for the Blair Oaks High School Student of the Month for the character trait of Honesty!
Congratulations to Camden Henke and Brooke Roling, SFX Class of 2014, for being selected to the Helias Catholic High School 2014-2015 Academic Team.
Congratulations to Jennifer Boehm and Monica Katnik, SFX Class of 2010, who ranked in the top ten of the 2014 Blair Oaks graduating class of 2014.
Congratulations to Ms. Marsha Stegemann and Ms. Sharon Denny who were recognized at the 2014 Teachers Institute for 25 years of service to Catholic education. Ms. Stegemann and Ms. Denny were recognized by Bishop Gaydos and the Diocesan School office for their contributions.
Congratulations to Mrs. Donna Frazier on her recent published contribution in 5 Minutes with the Saints: Spiritual Nourishment for Busy Teachers. Mrs. Frazier has been previously published in Research, Action, and Change: Leaders Reshaping Catholic Schools; and Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice.