Dr. Molly Grumich, Principal
Founded in 1932, Incarnate Word Academy is a private, Catholic, college preparatory high school for young women. The academy is sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word. IWA’s mission is to challenge young women of faith to achieve their God-given potential as academically successful Women of the Word, following the example of Jesus, the Incarnate Word, by promoting human dignity, thereby empowering themselves and others to make a positive impact on our world. IWA offers a challenging curriculum, a highly-accessible faculty and a schedule that allows students to focus on their educational goals. Scholarships are available.
Dr. Craig Ernstmeyer, Head of School
In a Christ-centered, one to one relational community, Lutheran High School offers an innovative college-prep education, equipping students to be leaders and preparing students for lives of service. LHS teachers demonstrate a passion for learning and serving, and over 82% of the faculty hold advanced degrees. Students come from over 30 different middle schools, both public and private. The rigorous curriculum engages students in technology and fosters collaboration, and over 85% of the student body is involved in extracurricular activities including athletics, the fine arts, and clubs. Graduates of LHS are empowered to become leaders and serve their communities.
A Benedictine, Catholic, academically rigorous all-boys school serving grades 7-12, Priory offers a challenging traditional liberal arts education. Students come to their 150-acre campus in West County from 54 different zip codes. They have 35+ student organizations, and athletics are part of their curriculum. Priory offers the only medieval arts program at this level in the country. Their student body gathers for weekly prayer and mass, and advisories foster relationships between different grades. Their experienced college counselors provide support and guidance to families throughout their time at Priory, ensuring their students are prepared for success in college and beyond.
Cathy Fetter, President – Janet Eaton, Principal
St. Dominic High School is a Catholic, college preparatory high school offering young men and women an education rooted in the gospel of Jesus Christ. Living the Dominican tradition of prayer, study, community and service, they encourage life-long growth in faith, knowledge and leadership and involvement in the global community. St. Dominic’s 44-acre campus features outstanding educational facilities, including a 45,000-square-foot performing arts and athletics center that opened in 2010. Visit their open house on Sunday, October 30, or schedule your shadow visit and personal tour today!