St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School is located in the heart of Orlando nestled in historic College Park. In 1954, the Diocese of St. Augustine purchased sixty acres of land on Edgewater Drive in the area bordered by Little Lake Fairview and the Dubsdread Golf Course, with the intent of establishing a parish, a high school, and a junior high. The parish was dedicated on March 31, 1954 to St. Charles Borromeo, a humble servant. On January 24, 1955, a junior high opened led by the Sisters of St. Joseph, who were educators in the faith and academics for over forty years until called to serve in areas with greater need. The school remains a ministry of St. Charles Borromeo parish and enrollment has grown to over 300 students in grades PreK-3 through 8th grade serving the greater Orlando area.

Original St. Charles Borromeo Church dedicated March 31, 1954