List of 10 frequently asked questions.

  • What is the “Borgia Difference?”

    St. Francis Borgia High School is much more than just a school. We are a family of students, parents, and educators who learn together, pray together, laugh together, work together, and grow together. We invite you to visit our school, inquire about our academic programs, take a tour, and meet our administrators. Borgia has much to offer: A strong academic reputation that emphasizes new technology, a contemporary campus, a wide variety of sports and other extracurricular activities, a network of parent-community support, and a warm, friendly Catholic atmosphere.
  • What are the average class size and student-to-teacher ratio?

    The average class size is 20; the student-to-teacher ratio is 13:1.
  • Do you have to be Catholic to attend Borgia?

    While we adhere to the teachings of the Catholic faith, we do welcome students and families of all faiths. We welcome students of any race, color, sex, and national or ethnic origin.
  • Does Borgia accept transfer students?

    Yes, Borgia accepts transfer students on an individual basis. If you are interested in transferring, please contact the Admissions Office at 636-239-7871, ext. 197.
  • What about the curriculum?

    Borgia offers a college preparatory curriculum. We have the capability to customize academic schedules to meet the needs of all students. From basics to honors classes, our goal is to find the appropriate level of challenge for each student. Please use the following link for detailed information regarding courses that are available at Borgia.
  • Can students earn college credit?

    Yes! We offer 41 hours of college credit through East Central College. Please refer to our curriculum guide for a complete listing.
  • What type of schedule do students follow?

    Borgia students follow an eight-block schedule. Students enroll in eight classes, with four classes on blue days and four classes on the alternating gold days. Each class period lasts 80 minutes.
  • How does Borgia support students with diagnosed learning disabilities?

    We have a full-time Learning Consultant who works with students and parents with mild to moderate special needs to define a schedule and a strategy to achieve success in the classroom. Please contact Alex Piontek for additional information at
  • Does each Borgia student have an iPad?

    Yes, we require all students to have their own iPad. We currently recommend students invest in an iPad 4th generation or newer with a minimum of 64GB. Special financing is available at some area banks. 
  • What is Knight Time?

    We are welcoming a big change for this school year! For years, we’ve had seminar at the end of the day from 2:30-3:00 where kids can meet with teachers, work on homework, attend club meetings, etc. This year, we’re changing to KNIGHT TIME. Knight Time will be in the middle of the day for all students to take advantage of. It’ll be an hour-long period where they can do all the things they used to do during seminar, but they’ll also be able to eat lunch and hang out with their friends.

    Our school day will be from 8:00 AM - 2:55 PM.