Future in-session group tours at SFE are going to be held virtually due to recent Diocesan Mandates and the safety of our school community. Click on the button further down this page to book a tour. Take a look at our school in this 360 degree tour below. You can also enjoy the tour in VR mode on a VR headset. Click on the headset symbol in the menu at the bottom of the tour screen. Make sure your phone is in horizontal mode. Please contact Abby Pereira our Director of Advancement at for more information on individual tours

360 Degree Tour and VR Tour

Virtual In Session General tours are being held from mid October through to Middle of February. These tours are appropriate for families interested in all grades. Please book a date and time through the following link. Once booked, you will receive an email with a zoom link. This tour is conducted live and takes in the entire school with plenty of time for questions.  For families specifically interested in TK & K, we will be holding virtual sneak peeks with our TK and Kindergarten teachers - January 13 and February 10 2021.   


Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten Sneak Peeks - December - February. Interested in TK and Kinder? Join a virtual session and get a focused look at these two grades and have a chance to ask the teachers questions. Please book a date and time through the following link - January 13 and February 10 2021.

Please contact for questions and shadow days  (for student transfers, Shadow Days in which a perspective student spends time with the class they may be entering can be scheduled).

"SFE provides a rich environment that promotes the emotional, spiritual, physical, and academic growth of each child. However, it is the school community that differentiates SFE from other elementary schools. Teachers provide instruction with an open heart and mind; they are attuned to the unique needs of each child and proactively engage parents throughout the academic year. The curriculum is exceptional and challenges students to be creative thinkers, problem-solvers, and helps to develop service-leadership skills. Children feel safe, loved and believe that they are seen as unique individuals within the community. Parents are treated as equal partners in their child's education and are provided with countless opportunities to engage with the school community throughout the year", Marcella (3rd Grade and 5th Grade Parent)