Since the Franciscan Friars of the Sacred Heart Province opened the school in 1962, Hales Franciscan High School has been an island of tranquility away from such daily perils for African-American youth.
Everyday at Hales Franciscan High School, students are taught by loving and qualified educators who are also experienced at mentoring, imparting values and sharing culturally specific strategies for dealing with the individual challenges and situational conflicts they face.
Consequently, young African-American males educated at Hales Franciscan High School make life choices that ensure they complete college and become men who can provide for their family and community by realizing their God-given potential.
Just as impressive, graduates become members of the Hales Franciscan Alumni Association. The Association is comprised of approximately 4,000 African-American men who work around the world, and come together regularly to network and volunteer service hours.
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