St. Francis Borgia Regional High School, Washington, will hold an open house Sunday, Oct. 22, from noon to 2 p.m.
The entire community is invited, said Moira Vossbrink, director of marketing and admission.
SFBRHS is a Catholic, college preparatory high school, which serves eight counties.
Vossbrink said visitors to the campus will be able to see and hear a variety of demonstrations and presentations featuring the Project Lead the Way STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Lab, state-of-the-art LabQuest 2, a powerful, connected and versatile data-collection device for science classes, and the use of iPads in the classrooms.
School musicians will perform in the main lobby.
Guided tours of the campus will be given by members of the National Honor Society and SFBRHS Ambassadors.
Refreshments and door prizes will be available.
St. Francis Borgia Regional High School is an open enrollment school with 580 students.
The Class of 2017 graduated with 82 percent of the students receiving college scholarships. There also were 10 Bright Flight recipients, and 88 percent of the seniors earned college credit. Ninety-eight percent of students continued on to college.
“The administration, faculty, staff and students encourage everyone to attend the open house,” Vossbrink said.
For more information about SFBRHS, visit borgia.com.