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341 S. Sappington Road • Kirkwood (314) 984-2800 • www.ursulinestl.org Ursuline Academy has been bringing girls who represent varied interests, experiences, backgrounds and neighborhoods together for years. Now, Ursuline Academy is excited to host their in-person open house. On Thursday, Nov. 5 and Sunday, Nov. 8, their admissions team will offer socially distant and timed tours. At this time, they are reserving spots for students in grades 7 and 8. Experience their state-of-the-art science classrooms, dance and music rooms, and more. Meet their passionate faculty and staff, dedicated to making sure every student reaches her full potential. To learn more, visit www.ursulinestl.org/visitua.

Whitfield School

175 South Mason Road • St. Louis (314) 434-5141 • www.whitfieldschool.org John Delautre, Head of School Whitfield is a co-ed, college preparatory school for students in grades 6 through 12. At Whitfield, each student’s strengths are known, cultivated and celebrated. The school’s talented faculty capture students’ imaginations and energize them to identify and pursue their passions. Whitfield’s college preparatory program is rooted in character education; and their Habits of Mind and Heart curriculum pervades the educational program and encourages critical reflection for academic and personal growth. Whitfield’s college counseling program inspires students to reach for their top-choice schools in a low-stress way. The Class of 2020 received merit-based scholarships totaling more than $3.3 million for their first year of college. 12660 Conway Road • St. Louis (314) 434-5877 • www.rossmanschool.org Elizabeth Zurlinden, Head of School Ranked among the nation’s 50 Best Private Elementary Schools, Rossman School provides children age 4 through grade 6 with an unparalleled academic and character foundation that preserves the magic of childhood. Experienced and innovative educators are dedicated to discovering and nurturing that which makes each child one-of-a-kind as they implement a rich curriculum balancing language arts, mathematics, and specialty subjects such as art, music, science, Spanish, and social studies. A small, intimate community of one class per grade provides a personal and supportive climate that cultivates confidence, encourages risk-taking and improves learning.

St. Joseph’s Academy

2307 S. Lindbergh Blvd. • St. Louis

(314) 394-4321 • www.sja1840.org Dianne Dunning-Gill, Director of Enrollment Management

St. Joseph’s Academy is a college-preparatory high school sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. The curriculum, rigorous by design, offers 140-plus courses. SJA seeks a balanced approach, which invites students to pursue many interests. From engineering to entrepreneurship, graphic design, Mandarin Chinese, theater, basketball and the school newspaper – there is something for everyone. This year, SJA opened 23,000 square feet of renovations, including new science, engineering, technology and visual arts spaces. SJA’s on-campus Open House for eight graders will be on Nov. 8 and a virtual option will be available for fifth through seventh graders on Nov. 7. For details, visit www.sja1840.org.

St. Dominic High School

31 St. Dominic Drive • O’Fallon (636) 240-8303 • www.stdominichs.org Jim Welby, President • Stacy Stewart, Principal St. Dominic High School is a Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory school founded on the Dominican charism of prayer, study, community and service. With 850 students, St. Dominic is large enough to offer programs to suit any interest, yet small enough that each student is known and cared for as an individual. St. Dominic’s comprehensive, college preparatory curriculum includes options for students of varying learning abilities, as well as honors courses and college credit opportunities. St. Dominic recently launched a new house system and looks forward to breaking ground on the $4.5 million Center for the Sciences this fall. Explore its 50-acre campus in person or online at www.stdominichs.org/admissions.

The Fulton School

123 Schoolhouse Road • St. Albans (636) 458-6688 • www.tfssa.org Mrs. Kara Douglass, Head of School Set on a wooded, 13-acre campus just 10 minutes west of Wildwood, The Fulton School is an independent, co-ed school for children 18 months old through 12th grade. With a student-teacher ratio of 8-to-1, this small school community embodies a sense of place, safety and belonging because students are known, understood and engaged. Because of its roots in Montessori, the school offers a strong academic environment where each student’s personality is celebrated and nurtured, and where independence, curiosity, kindness and integrity are paramount. Fulton students are encouraged to think globally and embrace their individuality while appreciating and respecting the unique gifts of others. Come discover the difference The Fulton School can make in your child’s life.

Ursuline Academy

341 S. Sappington Road • Kirkwood (314) 984-2800 • www.ursulinestl.org Ursuline Academy has been bringing girls who represent varied interests, experiences, backgrounds and neighborhoods together for years. Now, Ursuline Academy is excited to host their in-person open house. On Thursday, Nov. 5 and Sunday, Nov. 8, their admissions team will offer socially distant and timed tours. At this time, they are reserving spots for students in grades 7 and 8. Experience their state-of-the-art science classrooms, dance and music rooms, and more. Meet their passionate faculty and staff, dedicated to making sure every student reaches her full potential. To learn more, visit www.ursulinestl.org/visitua.

Whitfield School

175 South Mason Road • St. Louis (314) 434-5141 • www.whitfieldschool.org John Delautre, Head of School Whitfield is a co-ed, college preparatory school for students in grades 6 through 12. At Whitfield, each student’s strengths are known, cultivated and celebrated. The school’s talented faculty capture students’ imaginations and energize them to identify and pursue their passions. Whitfield’s college preparatory program is rooted in character education; and their Habits of Mind and Heart curriculum pervades the educational program and encourages critical reflection for academic and personal growth. Whitfield’s college counseling program inspires students to reach for their top-choice schools in a low-stress way. The Class of 2020 received merit-based scholarships totaling more than $3.3 million for their first year of college.

Chaminade College Preparatory School

425 S. Lindbergh Blvd. • St. Louis (314) 993-4400 • www.chaminade-stl.org Rev. Ralph A. Siefert, S.M. President Chaminade College Preparatory School educates young men, grades 6-12, in the Catholic Marianist tradition. The school’s motto is ESTO VIR, “Be A Man.” The journey from boyhood to manhood is a path that includes spiritual, educational and social development. Chaminade’s mission is to build a student’s inherent skills, gifts and talents while realizing their potential as men. This is accomplished through its academics, formation of character, and athletics and activities. Chaminade offers academic scholarships, need-based grants and endowed scholarships to assist in making Chaminade affordable for as many families as possible. Learn more about the Chaminade Difference by visiting www.chaminade-stl.org.

Christian High School and Middle School Christian Elementary School and Preschool

1145 Tom Ginnever Ave. • O’Fallon 1614 Willott Road • St. Peters (636) 978-1680 • www.ChristianSchoolDistrict.com Christian School District is an interdenominational, discipleship-focused PreK-12 grade program in St. Charles County located across two campuses. Christian High and Christian Middle are dually accredited with a rigorous curriculum that includes honors, dual credit, AP and STEM classes. Christian is a member of MSHSAA and AAA Athletic Conference, and also features full-stage productions, arts, bands, choirs and orchestra. Christian Elementary and Preschool provide a solid, biblical foundation along with curriculum designed to help students flourish. The district partners with Christian families to empower students with a biblical worldview, preparing them to impact the world for the glory of God.

Duchesne High School

2550 Elm St. • St. Charles (636) 946-6767 • www.duchesne-hs.org Fritz Long, Principal • Chuck Nolan, President Duchesne High School is Catholic, co-ed, and embraces each student’s unique God-given gifts, shaping the leaders in mind, body, and spirit. In an atmosphere filled with faith and tradition, Duchesne offers college preparatory curriculum designed for students with a broad spectrum of abilities and interests, including advanced college credit and honors courses that challenge the intellectually gifted and basic courses that strengthen fundamental skills. The school’s 12:1 student-teacher ratio, House System, 19 varsity athletic teams, diverse clubs and organizations, and a thriving campus ministry program encourage all students to achieve academic success, personal growth, and spiritual development. Numerous scholarships are offered to incoming freshmen; tuition assistance is available based on need.

EYC Academy

13718 Olive Blvd. • Chesterfield (636) 220-3344 • www.EYCAcademySTL.org Lou Reuss, EYC Academy Director Looking for a transitional or permanent option for your child’s education that offers a safe, distraction-free environment? Look to EYC Academy. EYC’s one-teacher, one-student approach provides a more attentive, therapeutic learning environment and ensures each child’s education is fitted to their learning style. EYC offers flexible scheduling for part- or full-time school on-site, online or a blend of both. Other services include educational therapies, counseling, learning disabilities and gifted testing services, private tutoring, test prep, social skills and small group classes, homeschooling partnerships and more. Attend a Virtual Open House from 11 a.m.-noon or 6-7 p.m. on Oct. 29 or Nov. 5 to learn more. Visit www.eycacademystl.org to register and receive a virtual link today!

Lutheran High School of St. Charles County

5100 Mexico Road • St. Peters (636) 928-5100 • www.lutheranhighstcharles.com Dr. Craig Ernstmeyer, Head of School Lutheran High School offers an innovative, college-prep/life-prep education that prepares students for success through academic excellence and Christian service. A Christ-centered school, Lutheran High provides each student with daily opportunities to grow in their relationship with Jesus. Lutheran High is committed to providing a 21st century learning environment utilizing 4×4 block scheduling and multiple technology formats that allow students to explore interests in various areas – STEM, fine arts, foreign language, advanced mathematics, physics, and extensive college-credit opportunities. Lutheran High has 21 varsity sports, robotics, choir, theater, Scholar Bowl, and more; nearly 90% of the student body participates in extracurricular activities. Schedule your tour today.

MICDS (Mary Institute & Saint Louis Country Day School)

101 North Warson Road • St. Louis (314) 995-7367 • www.micds.org Jay Rainey, Head of the School A nationally recognized leader in independent education, MICDS is a college-prep, co-ed school for students from Junior Kindergarten [age 4] through grade 12. MICDS’s mission is to prepare students for higher education and a life of purpose and service as engaged citizens in an ever-changing world. When a child attends MICDS, they’ll explore their passions and pursue academic excellence in state-of-the-art classrooms, labs, athletic facilities, theaters, and art studios throughout the 100-acre campus. Families are invited to attend MICDS’ Virtual Open House at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17 to learn more about the unique and innovative ways students embark on lives of discovery at MICDS.

Rossman School

12660 Conway Road • St. Louis (314) 434-5877 • www.rossmanschool.org Elizabeth Zurlinden, Head of School Ranked among the nation’s 50 Best Private Elementary Schools, Rossman School provides children age 4 through grade 6 with an unparalleled academic and character foundation that preserves the magic of childhood. Experienced and innovative educators are dedicated to discovering and nurturing that which makes each child one-of-a-kind as they implement a rich curriculum balancing language arts, mathematics, and specialty subjects such as art, music, science, Spanish, and social studies. A small, intimate community of one class per grade provides a personal and supportive climate that cultivates confidence, encourages risk-taking and improves learning.

St. Joseph’s Academy

2307 S. Lindbergh Blvd. • St. Louis

(314) 394-4321 • www.sja1840.org Dianne Dunning-Gill, Director of Enrollment Management

St. Joseph’s Academy is a college-preparatory high school sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. The curriculum, rigorous by design, offers 140-plus courses. SJA seeks a balanced approach, which invites students to pursue many interests. From engineering to entrepreneurship, graphic design, Mandarin Chinese, theater, basketball and the school newspaper – there is something for everyone. This year, SJA opened 23,000 square feet of renovations, including new science, engineering, technology and visual arts spaces. SJA’s on-campus Open House for eight graders will be on Nov. 8 and a virtual option will be available for fifth through seventh graders on Nov. 7. For details, visit www.sja1840.org.

St. Dominic High School

31 St. Dominic Drive • O’Fallon (636) 240-8303 • www.stdominichs.org Jim Welby, President • Stacy Stewart, Principal St. Dominic High School is a Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory school founded on the Dominican charism of prayer, study, community and service. With 850 students, St. Dominic is large enough to offer programs to suit any interest, yet small enough that each student is known and cared for as an individual. St. Dominic’s comprehensive, college preparatory curriculum includes options for students of varying learning abilities, as well as honors courses and college credit opportunities. St. Dominic recently launched a new house system and looks forward to breaking ground on the $4.5 million Center for the Sciences this fall. Explore its 50-acre campus in person or online at www.stdominichs.org/admissions.

The Fulton School

123 Schoolhouse Road • St. Albans (636) 458-6688 • www.tfssa.org Mrs. Kara Douglass, Head of School Set on a wooded, 13-acre campus just 10 minutes west of Wildwood, The Fulton School is an independent, co-ed school for children 18 months old through 12th grade. With a student-teacher ratio of 8-to-1, this small school community embodies a sense of place, safety and belonging because students are known, understood and engaged. Because of its roots in Montessori, the school offers a strong academic environment where each student’s personality is celebrated and nurtured, and where independence, curiosity, kindness and integrity are paramount. Fulton students are encouraged to think globally and embrace their individuality while appreciating and respecting the unique gifts of others. Come discover the difference The Fulton School can make in your child’s life.

Ursuline Academy

341 S. Sappington Road • Kirkwood (314) 984-2800 • www.ursulinestl.org Ursuline Academy has been bringing girls who represent varied interests, experiences, backgrounds and neighborhoods together for years. Now, Ursuline Academy is excited to host their in-person open house. On Thursday, Nov. 5 and Sunday, Nov. 8, their admissions team will offer socially distant and timed tours. At this time, they are reserving spots for students in grades 7 and 8. Experience their state-of-the-art science classrooms, dance and music rooms, and more. Meet their passionate faculty and staff, dedicated to making sure every student reaches her full potential. To learn more, visit www.ursulinestl.org/visitua.

Whitfield School

175 South Mason Road • St. Louis (314) 434-5141 • www.whitfieldschool.org John Delautre, Head of School Whitfield is a co-ed, college preparatory school for students in grades 6 through 12. At Whitfield, each student’s strengths are known, cultivated and celebrated. The school’s talented faculty capture students’ imaginations and energize them to identify and pursue their passions. Whitfield’s college preparatory program is rooted in character education; and their Habits of Mind and Heart curriculum pervades the educational program and encourages critical reflection for academic and personal growth. Whitfield’s college counseling program inspires students to reach for their top-choice schools in a low-stress way. The Class of 2020 received merit-based scholarships totaling more than $3.3 million for their first year of college.
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