St. Francis Borgia High School sits on a 30-acre tract in southwest Washington, Missouri. The campus has undergone several renovations since it was first opened in August 1981. The current campus includes the original 3-story building with a 2-story annex which was added in 2001. This annex houses additional classrooms and a theater that seats nearly 400. The cafeteria was remodeled to increase seating and two wide-screen televisions were added for student and faculty use in 2009. The Athletic Complex was enhanced in 2010 and a Softball/Baseball Complex followed in 2014. The George Wingbermuehle Activity Center was completed in the fall of 2015.
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St. Francis Borgia High School’s academic campus was opened at the present site in August of 1981.
One aspect of the campus that is constant is its Catholic identity. The Chapel is open to staff and students during the school day for prayer, meditation, and quiet reflection. Mass is celebrated in the Chapel every Friday morning. The Chapel is also used for Eucharistic Adoration once a month.
Originally, the athletic facilities at St. Francis Borgia High School consisted of a football field and a gym, which was used for physical education classes, basketball, and volleyball.