St. Jane Frances School

Catholic STEM School for PreK2–Grade 8

8513 St. Jane Drive

Pasadena, MD 21122

St. Jane Frances School

Catholic STEM School for PreK2–Grade 8

8513 St. Jane Drive

Pasadena, MD 21122

About Us

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Our Mission

St. Jane Frances School is a faith centered community which encourages the intellectual, spiritual, moral, cultural and social development of its students.

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Our Status

Our school is a co-educational Pre-K–8 Catholic school in the Archdiocese of Baltimore and is accredited by Advanced Education.  We are located in Pasadena, Maryland in the northeast corner of Anne Arundel county, and our student population includes students from surrounding counties and Baltimore City.

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Our Program

Our program has Pre-K2, Pre-K3 and Pre-K4 (Full and Part time) classes as well as full-day Kindergarten through 8th grade. We offer on-site daycare for students ages 2–grade 8.  Our facilities open at 7am and close at 6pm. A child enrolled in the daycare does not have to be enrolled in St. Jane Frances School.

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Our Philosophy

As members of a Catholic School, we believe that each child is a unique gift from God. We strive to teach Catholic values and traditions. Students are challenged to grow and live their faith, and make responsible choices and contributions to our society. We encourage our students to develop their talents and to become the unique individuals that God has destined them to become.

History

St. Jane Frances School was established in 1948 with 105 students in the first three grades taught in the barracks building. The School Sisters of Notre Dame, who taught Sunday school in 1947, were responsible for the inception of St. Jane Frances School. In 1989, the school saw the beginning of Extended Day Care. A summer program for children was started in June 1991. In 1984, the school was certified and accredited by the Middle States Association of College and Schools. In 2010, the AdvanceED (Advancing Excellence in Education) stated that the school met the requirements to be accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.