Pope Francis High School challenges expectations about what a dynamic, faith-based education should be.
Students applying for the 2018-2019 academic year will attend our new, state-of-the-art facility in Springfield.Watch Video
The Office of Admissions at Pope Francis High School is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year.
Our goal throughout the admissions process is to provide you and your family with an experience that is both positive and efficient. If at any time during the application process, you have specific questions about how to apply, please contact our Admissions Office.Apply Now
Construction of the new Pope Francis High School facility on Wendover Road in Springfield is progressing on schedule and on budget.
The new building is slated to open during the Fall of 2018.Learn More
Pope Francis High School offers a rigorous academic curriculum, including Honors, Advanced Placement, and Virtual High School classes.Learn More
With a commitment to academic excellence, we proudly serve students of various cultural, academic and religious backgrounds from over thirty surrounding communities.Learn More
We offer 25 competitive teams in 12 sports including hockey and basketball. More than 20 clubs including fencing, creative writing, key club, a cappella singers, outdoor adventure club, National Honor society, Model UN, student council, and more.Learn More
Building on a strong foundation of excellence, Pope Francis High School in Springfield, MA offers its students the best of what its legacy schools, Cathedral High School and Holyoke Catholic High School, had to offer.
Pope Francis was established by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield through the merger of Cathedral and Holyoke Catholic in 2016. The new regional Catholic high school provides a beautiful, safe environment for students to worship, learn and succeed.Learn More
Cathedral High School was a Catholic, college preparatory community of learners committed to spiritual development, moral integrity, and academic excellence.Learn More
Holyoke Catholic High School was a community of parents, students and faculty dedicated to gospel values within a nurturing Catholic environment.Learn More
May 17, 2018: Chapel glass
PFHS hockey player, Brian Campbell recently received the Massachusetts State Hockey Coach's Association Academic All Star Award. There are 9,500 girl's and boy's who play Massachusetts High School Hockey. The association choose 3 girls and 4 boys for the award. Congratulations, Brian!