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Update on Capital Campaign

Big news at SFXCS! Guided by the Holy Spirit, last spring the SFX Parish Council, the SFX school board, and our pastor, Father Tim McKeown, undertook a 2 million dollar capital campaign ("Forward with Faith") to raise funds for renovating and upgrading our school. After 60 years of regular use (that's right - built in 1957-58), parts of our school facility are deteriorating and outdated. Projects to be covered by this campaign are: a new roof (the original has been leaking for years and repairs continue to fail), new windows to replace the deteriorating and inefficient originals, complete rewiring for safety as well as to get the school in line with 21st century technology, a new heating and air system to improve air flow and energy efficiency, creation of internal hallways to connect the annex buildings to the main school building for easier accessibility and improved security, construction of a welcoming and more functional reception and administrative area, elevating the hallways to eliminate the step-ups into rooms, enlarging the bathrooms and making them handicapped accessible, and remodeling of classrooms. So far this campaign has generated over $1.3 million in donations and pledges from SFX parish, school families, and one Trust foundation. Efforts are being made to obtain funds from other sources. Help from alumni would be greatly appreciated! For all of you that appreciate the education you received at SFXCS, please consider making a donation to maintain the viability of Catholic education in Southeast Georgia. Donations can be sent to the Church (405 Howe St., Brunswick, Ga. 31520) or school (1121 Union St., Brunswick, Ga., 31520) office. The donations should be labeled as going to the Forward with Faith campaign and directed to go the school project only.  Spread word of our campaign to your SFXCS contacts and encourage their support. Finally, please pray for the success of our campaign!

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Alumnae excel at Glynn Academy

Four SFXCS alumnae have concluded a solid four years of vollyball at Glynn Academy. The four seniors, pictured above, left to right, are Savannah Lyons, Annalee Matthews, Erin Osborne, and Megan Overly(all members of the SFXCS class of 2014). The young ladies were honored during Senior night on Oct. 5th, 2017. Savannah was a varsity player for 3 years as well as a member of the National Honor Society. She is planning on going to college to study physical therapy. Annalee was also a 3 year varsity player, and she plans to continue playing volleyball at Centenary College of Louisiana. Erin was a starting blocker for GA as a senior helping the Lady Terrors make it to the quarterfinals of the state tournament. Erin has had tremendous academic success, garnering a 4.3 GPA and plans to attend college to study Neuroscience. Morgan, the 2017 team captain, has been a starter and a star for the Terror volleyball team since her freshman year. She has recieved numerous awards and recognitions for her stellar play and has competed in multiple international volleyball events. She has signed to play college volleyball at Georgia College in Milledgeville. After learning the game and honing their craft in Xavier Hall, these young women have made their mark at the high school level, and their futures are bright!

1960 SFXCS Basketball team - County Champions!

First graduating class of the newly named SFXCS!

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Alumna gets married

Taylor Boone (SFXCS Class of 2005) married Ian Christopher Stewart on November 4, 2017 in Fort Mill, South Carolina. Taylor is the daughter of Keith and Carol Boone, Carol being a former member of the SFXCS Advisory Board. The wedding was officiated by the Rev. Erin Finn. The Stewarts are residing in Chester, South Carolina. Taylor is a hair stylist there, and her husband works at Springs Memorial Hospital in Lancaster, SC where he is the director of environmental services. To the right is a wedding photo of the happy couple.

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SFXCS Alum making his move at collegiate level

DeeJay Dallas (SFXCS Class of 2013) is making his presence known in south Florida. The former Crusader and Red Terror got more and more playing time on the gridiron for the University of Miami as the 2017 season progressed. After initially committing to UGA, DeeJay, a true freshman, followed coach Mark Richt to the Hurricanes. Playing mostly running back and kick returner, DeeJay also saw some time at wide receiver and quarterback. The above picture shows DeeJay running for a 40 yard touchdown against the University of Wisconsin in the season ending Orange Bowl. Look for DeeJay to have an even bigger presence at the highest levels of college football next season.

Another hurricane affects coastal Georgia

The Fall of 2017 saw another hurricane cause problems in coastal Georgia. Hurricane Irma, which devastated Puerto Rico, hit the west coast of Florida proceeding north to wreak havoc. The eastern winds, though not quite hurricane force, came through south Georgia during high tide on September 10th and 11th, causing areas of flooding and sustained power outages throughout the area. SFXCS, fortunately, did not flood or see significant damage to its structure. The above picture shows a partially flooded Union Street from in front of the school looking to the north. All local schools lost a week of school due to the storm and its aftermath.

Volleyball team has another good year

The 2017 SFXCS volleyball team had a solid season though did not win the county title after winning the championship 4 years in a row. The team won all of their regular season matches except against Jane Macon which went undefeated throughout the season, including the year end tournament. Our Crusader girls played the JM Eagles very close in the regular season but could not defeat them, and then our team was upset in the tournament semi-final preventing a final game rematch. The team as pictured from left to right is, seated, Ally Heys, Anastasia Barr, Emma Scalise, and Anna Beck; kneeling, Kaitlyn Tigani, Sydney Ritola, Kate Beerman, Rachel Walters,  and Kaylee Scarboro; standing, Head Coach Cali Bartholomew, Ella Lane, Maria Barr, Montana Webb, Riley Mansfield, Riley Lawery, Emma Heys, and part-time Asst. Coach Mr. Mike Tennant.

The 2017 SFXCS tennis team had a fun Fall season. Though competitive in every match and claiming many individual victories, the Crusaders could not pull off a team victory this year. Much experience was gained, and there is hope for a better 2018 season with only one of the above players graduating. Pictured are, front row: Daniel McHugh, Alejandro Santini, David Thompson, Adarryl Smart, Ella Gaddis, and back row: Henry Thompson, Ivan Barr, Ryan Walsh, Anna Vrolijk, and Coah Steve Thompson(SFXCS Class of '81)

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SFXCS has spelling champ again

SFXCS 8th grader, Ares Ellis(at left in accompanying photo), claimed the 2017-18 diocesan spelling bee title for a dynastic third straight year. Ares, a strong all-around student, excels in Spelling and won an extremely hard fought competition over fellow SFXCS student, 7th grader Ivan Barr(at right in picture). As a fifth grader, Ares finished second in the diocesan bee. Only a stellar effort by then 8th grader Richard Ebri prevented Ares from starting his run of titles a year earlier. Of note, third place in the Bee went to Anastasia Barr, 6th grader from SFXCS, so SFXCS looks to be in good position to compete for more titles next year in spite of Ares moving on to high school.

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Quiz bowl team wins region

The 2017-18 SFXCS quiz bowl team had a successful season. The A team went to Savannah and came away with first place in the regional competition. This allowed them to compete in the state tournament in Milledgeville. Though they did not bring home a state title, the team competed well and acquired some great experince for next year. Pictured, left to right, are Cab Cabiness, Anna Vrolijk, Maria Barr, Ares Ellis, Sydney Ritola, Ivan Barr, and Henry Thompson. Not pictured are Ryan Walsh, Alex Mitchell, and Sam Norris. Though we lose Anna, Maria, Ares, and Sydney to graduation, the rest return for the 2018-19 year.

SFXCS alumnus on winning team

At left is pictured Jaelin Williams, SFXCS Class of 2012. Jaelin is holding the Golden Valley Conference Championship trophy that he helped to win. Jaelin is a sophomore at Lassen College in Susanville, California. He is a defender on the soccer team that defeated the College of the Redwoods 3-1 on November 7th to secure the conference title. After his years at SFXCS, Jaelin went to Brunswick High School where he was a fixture on the soccer team.

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    Brief history of SFXCS

    Our school was started in 1900 by the Sisters of St. Joseph and has been in continuous operation since then. It was started as St. Joseph's Catholic School and was operated out of a single wooden building on Howe street. In the mid-1950's, with the support of St. Francis Xavier Parish, the current school facility was built along with the nearby convent. In appreciation of the parish support, the Sisters renamed the school St. Francis Xavier Catholic School. In the 1960's, the annex building was constructed, and other buildings along Reynolds Street to Howe Street were later added. The late 1980's brought the construction of Xavier Hall which the school uses for athletic events, lunch, PE classes, morning assembly, and meeting space. The Sisters of St. Joseph had an official presence at the school until the retirement of Sister Anna in 2005.


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