CHRISTIAN BROTHERS COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL
Head: Michael England
Open House: Nov. 6 1850
De La Salle Drive, 985-6100, cbchs.org
Our all-boys school combines discipline, high academic excellence and a diverse student body to provide a one-of-a-kind, wellbalanced educational experience. Through the holy presence of God, our students develop lifelong connections with classmates from various academic, social, ethnic and special needs backgrounds. As they move on to higher education and ultimately the business world, they take with them the ability to have compassion for and work with any type of person, giving them a distinct advantage.
CHURCHILL CENTER & SCHOOL
Head: Sandra Gilligan
Grade: Co-ed, ages 6-15 years
Tuition: Available upon request
Open House: Jan. 13
1021 Municipal Center Drive, 997-4343, churchillstl.org
We are a private school for children with specific learning disabilities. A daily oneon- one tutorial is offered, as well as an individualized curriculum in the areas of auditory-visual training, language arts, math and motor skills. The arts and unstructured play also are an integral part of each day. In addition, we offer tutoring services, summer programs and teacher training.
CLAYTON ACADEMY AND CHILD CENTER
Head: Dr. Barbara Geno
Grade: K-eighth grade and 2 1/2-6 years
Tuition: Available upon request
Open House: Nov. 5, 10-11:30 a.m.
1414 Bellevue Ave., 863-0692, claytonacademy.org
As an ISACS accredited school recognized by All Kinds of Minds as a School of Distinction, we offer a specialized approach to teaching bright children who learn in a non-traditional manner. Our child center provides a fun and challenging educational program that grants children the social, emotional and academic skills they need to be fully prepared for school. We offer full and half day programs and an infant/toddler program at Oak Knoll.
DE SMET JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL
Head: The Rev. Walter Sidney, SJ
Grade: Boys, ninth-12th
Open House: Nov. 6
233 N. Ballas Road, 567-3500, desmet.org
As a Catholic college preparatory high school, we are rooted in a 450-year-old tradition of Jesuit education. Through a customized curriculum that exemplifies excellence, we prepare young men for life. Our learning has always extended beyond simply education to stress formation. Our athletic, co-curricular, and comprehensive retreat and service programs create a sense of gratitude and community, ultimately forming students into ‘Men for Others.’
MARY INSTITUTE AND SAINT LOUIS COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
Head: Lisa Lyle
Grade: Pre-K-12th grade
Open House: Oct. 29, Pre-K-grade four, 10 a.m.-noon; fifth-12th grade, 11:30 a.m- 2 p.m.
101 N. Warson Road, 995-7367, micds.org
We offer an academically challenging and well-rounded college preparatory education for students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. Our small class sizes contribute to a spirit of community and intellectual exchange. Strong student advisory and college counseling programs provide a supportive environment. MICDS develops students in a dynamic learning environment to become 21st century citizens who think critically, live virtuously and act responsibly.