Our process allows students and teachers to explore outside the classroom—truly enriching their whole education. At Borromeo Academy, faith is valued, and God is a part of each classroom daily. We are a loving part of Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church. Contact us now to learn more. #borromeoacademy
Don’t miss the Saint Charles 2023 annual Christmas Bazaar and Lighting Ceremony on December 2nd! Holiday shopping, fantastic food, great fun, special activities, entertainment, and much more (including a DJ and a visit from Santa). Bring the entire family–there’s something for everyone!
Shop for Christmas at our 20+ vending booths, try the delicious concessions (Italian sausage, hot dogs, nachos, chips, and drinks), grab an adult beverage (wine, beer, and spirited hot chocolate), and enjoy the fantastic activities and fun.
Be sure to check out the Winter Wonderland Stations (no charge), Hot chocolate bar, Christmas cookies, and holiday cookie decorating. Don’t forget to take a photo with Santa, and make sure you join us for the campus lighting ceremony (this year, the Gennusa family will be switching on our holiday lights).
Mark your calendar now. The complete schedule includes Holiday Shopping: 12-4 pm and 5-8 pm (in the Commons Space), Food, Fun, and Activities: 5-8 pm (in the school gym), Santa and Mrs. Santa arrival: 6 pm (in the school gym), and Lighting Ceremony: 6:30 pm (at the front of the church).
The SCBA 8th Grade Apothecary is open for business! Their handmade soaps will be for sale at the Christmas Bazaar on Dec. 2nd in the Commons Space.
You can shop at their booth from 12-4 pm & 5-8 pm. View more images of their soaps on the Borromeo Facebook page. #borromeoacademy
Join us at the 2023 Borromeo Academy Christmas Concert on December 7 (6 p.m.) at Saint Charles Borromeo Parish. Enjoy the beautiful Christmas carols, gospel readings, and wonderful fellowship. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Watch the November 20 “Stone Soup” presentation by the Saint Charles Borromeo Academy 1st Grade Scholars. Stone Soup is a folk story that teaches the values of sharing and caring for each other. Mrs. Jones's First Grade class has presented this production for over 30 years.
Stone Soup reminds us of the importance of giving and of the blessings that we have. The story helps us realize that most have everything needed to make life work and encourages us to focus on abundance to overcome the perception of scarcity.
The Institute for Catholic Liberal Education inspires and equips Catholic educators to renew today’s Catholic schools by drawing on the Church’s tradition of education, which frees teachers and students for the joyful pursuit of faith, wisdom, and virtue. Learn more by watching the video at the right.