What Movies Are Safe for Children to Watch?

By nature, people are drawn to movies because of their engaging stories, even though most of the mainstream, high-grossing films contain content that isn’t child-appropriate. St. Charles Borromeo values creating a healthy environment for children to thrive, both academically and spiritually. And watching wholesome movies is one way to help children stay focused on faith. […]

New Basketball Court for St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School

On November 1st, just after a year of fundraising, St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School’s home court was officially opened and blessed by Bishop John Noonan. The entire school community along with the Morning Star students gathered by the new basketball court located behind St. Charles. Students erupted in cheers as former Orlando Magic players Bo […]

Building a Better Tomorrow: The Benefits of a Catholic-Based Education in Adulthood

The short-term benefits of a Catholic-based education may be readily apparent; children receive a higher quality education in a faith-based environment that helps set a stable foundation for adulthood. However, you may wonder what the long-term benefits are for your children when you send them to a Catholic school. St. Charles Borromeo, a Catholic School […]

After School Activities at SCBCS

St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School provides students with a variety of after school activities that go beyond the rigorous curriculum. Open Computer Lab – Every Tuesday/Thursday students can come complete projects, take Accelerated Reader tests, or conduct research. GA Premier Junior Golf – A six week course for beginning and experienced players. All equipment is […]

Grandparents Days

Grandparents Honored at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School On Wednesday, September 14, 2016 close to 300 grandparents and special friends celebrated Grandparents’ Day, an annual favorite, at SCBCS. After celebrating Mass, the guests enjoyed short performances by PreK, Kindergarten, and First graders. Breakfast treats were enjoyed in the social hall followed by classroom visits. It […]