St. Frances X. Cabrini Parish School is a community of students from Kindergarten through Eighth grades. The school is a diverse ethnic community, which is 45% African-American, 53% Hispanic, 1% multi-racial and 1% Asian. Sixty-seven percent of our students list themselves as Catholic; the other thirty-three percent are of Protestant Christian denomination. Approximately ten percent of the students attending St. Frances X. Cabrini School are children of alumni. St. Frances X. Cabrini student base is drawn from a wide geographical area including the cities of Los Angeles, Compton, Inglewood, Garden, Long Beach, Norwalk, South Gate, Bell Gardens and Carson. Parents and Guardians state that it is the tradition and charism of the Dominican Sisters of Mission of San Jose as the Catholic Education Foundation that maintain important factors in the percentage of families that come to St. Frances X. Cabrini Parish School. There is tuition assistance offered from Vision of Hope (Dominican sisters of Mission San Jose), The Catholic Education Foundation (CEF), and other private and individual donors who believe in the quality of excellence offered in catholic school settings. St. Frances X. Cabrini School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Western Catholic Educational Association.
Ninety-five percent of St. Frances X. Cabrini School graduates attend Catholic High School and five percent attend a public Charter High Schools. St. Frances X. Cabrini alumni currently attend Loyola High School, St. Mary’s Academy, St. Bernard High School, Verbum Dei, Junipero Serra High School, St. John Bosco, Bishop Montgomery and St. Anthony. The partnership with Catholic Secondary education has increased the awareness and success rate of future graduates of St. Frances X. Cabrini.
St. Frances X. Cabrini faculty includes teachers with clear California Credentials, Master Degrees and attending Loyola Marymount or another University’s Master program.