For other uses, see Francis (disambiguation).

Francis is a male fourth grader at South Park Elementary. He was formerly voiced by Matt Stone, and then by Trey Parker. He first appeared in the Season One episode, "Tom's Rhinoplasty", and has been a common background character and classroom regular for several seasons.


His first appearance was in the background of the cafeteria in "Tom's Rhinoplasty". He was later shown to be Jewish while attending Jew Scouts in "Jewbilee".

In "Timmy 2000", he was on the cover of the 'alternative ADD treatment' booklet. He was ranked #14 on the rigged list in "The List", making this his official naming.

He also plays on the school's basketball team, as shown in "Elementary School Musical".

Francis' parents were shown in "The Wacky Molestation Adventure".

Criminal Record


He has short, medium brown hair, a lock of which hangs down his forehead, wears a light brown sweater with the "Snacky S'mores" beaver mascot roasting marshmallows on it, and darkish blue jeans.

In his appearance in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, he wore the same outfit as Clyde Donovan, a burgundy coat with blue trim, matching mittens, and a pair of brown trousers.



In "Skank Hunt", it is revealed that Francis and Nelly were in a relationship. However, it is dissolved when all of the girls end their relationships with the boys, in retaliation against Skankhunt42's online trolling. Francis is notably shocked and can be seen weeping in the hallway following the breakup. However, in "Douche and a Danish", Francis can be seen in the crowd of boys encouraging Butters to fight Nelly, indication that Francis has moved on from their break up and fully supports Butters' decision to start the Wieners Out movement, as do the rest of the boys.


  • He was called "Lockie" by fans before his name was revealed.


South Park: The Stick of Truth

Francis can be seen building a snowman and will befriend the character if he destroys it. A wig of his hair can also be found.


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See also:
List of Female 4th Graders | List of Male 4th Graders | Portal:Characters

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