The Mission of SFBHS is to provide a Catholic education that fosters spiritually, morally, academically, and technologically prepared lifelong learners.
The SFBHS Vision
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a community of inquisitive learners, grounded in Catholic heritage, sustained by faith in Christ, committed to one another's personal growth and dignity and guided by a consistent Christian life ethic. We strive to be a safe haven of grace and compassion. Our graduates are sent prepared into an ever-changing world with a commitment to serve the needs of others responsibly and generously.
Saint Francis Borgia High School is a Catholic, coeducational high school. The administration, board, faculty, parents, students, and benefactors cooperate to foster a Christian atmosphere based on mutual respect. We value the uniqueness, dignity, integrity, and individual goals of each person. We work together for personal spiritual growth and for growth as a vibrant Catholic faith community. Through a college preparatory curriculum, we strive to foster academic excellence that recognizes individual differences, maximizes personal growth, and prepares students for a variety of post-secondary opportunities. We encourage open discussion and collaboration to address the needs of our school community. Our ultimate goal is to promote total human development as Christians. We value a learning atmosphere that invites enthusiasm and self-discipline on the part of each student and teacher, creating supportive relationships that challenge and motivate.
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“True education must fit the whole man to cope with the problems of existence today.” With these words, Father Joseph C. Meyer announced in 1933 plans for the new 4-year program at St. Francis Borgia High School.
The tradition of St. Francis Borgia High School, built on the dreams and dedication of the parishioners, the Sisters of Notre Dame, and the pastors of St. Francis Borgia Parish, dates back to 1901 when the parish enrolled 23 students to continue their education beyond grade school. In 1910, a 2-year Commercial School was organized, and in 1934, a 4-year parish high school became a reality.