The Maplewood Richmond Heights Senior High School shares a building with the middle school and is located on the…More first three floors. The school's learning metaphor is "School as Apprenticeship," aiming to pair students with life and professional development opportunities.
The school offers a laptop for every student and uses online learning for many of the classes. The school also features a cafeteria, library, performing arts auditorium and writing lab that were renovated in 2009.
MRH New Visions 2556 Oakland Ave, Maplewood, MO63143 MRH New Visions is a specialty school and an educational facility serving the Maplewood Richmond Heights School…More District. The center is a middle school alternative school, offering students special instruction and activities in math, science, history, English and more. For information on the school, check the district website or call to speak with an administrator.
Glenridge Children's Center 7447 Wellington Way, Saint Louis, MO63105 Glenridge Children's Center is the before-school and after-school care program for the students. The program is…More administered on the Glenridge School grounds. Call for information.
Maplewood Richmond Heights Elementary School 1800 Princeton Pl, Richmond Heights, MO63117 The elementary school, located in Richmond Heights, serves grades two through six. Calling itself a "School…More as Museum," Maplewood Richmond Heights Elementary School focuses on teaching kids interactive learning. The kids research a topic, then design, build and present the exhibits for families, peers and teachers.
The Wilson School serves students in preschool through sixth grade with a focus on nurturing academics, creativity,…More an appreciation for community, diversity and health.
The school offers open houses each year. It is overseen by a board of trustees, many of whom are parents of students.
Photo albums, a calendar of upcoming events and more are available on the school's website.
Ralph M. Captain Elementary School 6345 Northwood Ave, Clayton, MO63105 The Ralph M. Captain Elementary School serves students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The school seeks to provide…More a wide range of educational opportunities for students while keeping classes small in size. Past events at the school have included Black History Night, Storybook Picnic, Prairie Day and Fairy Tale Theatre.
Forsyth School 6235 Wydown Blvd, Saint Louis, MO63105 Forsyth School serves students from pre-kindergarten through sixth grade. This private school features a Visual and…More Performing Arts Center, an outdoor classroom as well as an adventure center featuring a climbing wall and a ropes course. The school regularly offers tours. More information about those dates, registration and a virtual tour are available on its website.
Maplewood Richmond Heights Middle School 7539 Manchester Rd, Maplewood, MO63143 This school, located on the fourth floor of the joint middle and high school building, focuses on the learning metaphor…More "School as Expedition." The school takes the students out of the classroom and into real-life learning expeditions in places like Forest Park or the MetroLink system. These experiences offer more than an average field trip, as teachers integrate the experiences across multiple disciplines. This allows students to gain field knowledge while learning traditional subject matter.
Clayton High School 1 Mark Twain Cir, Clayton, MO63105 Clayton High School has been open in some form for more than 100 years. It is an open-campus facility that stresses…More preparation for college. Five percent of students at the school are tuition-paying. Diversity is among the school's hallmarks. The school's sports teams follow a no-cut philosophy, meaning that normally, anyone who wants to participate is free to do so. There are dozens of clubs.
Opened in 1926, Little Flower Catholic School offers traditional academic programs in addition to a variety of…More extracurriculars including sports, an after-school science program, student ambassadors, yearbook club and Spanish club.
The school's students, ranging in age from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, participate in ITBS standardized testing and consistently score higher than both the national average and the archdiocesan average. The school awards financial aid on a need basis.
Teachers at Central Christian School instruct students with a biblical worldview. The school serves youth from age…More three through sixth grade. Project-based, hands-on learning is emphasized.
The facility's student population is diverse: 34 percent of students are not Caucasian. The largest percentage of minority students are African-American. 40 different zip codes are represented. Both figures reflect the institution's commitment to diversity.
The school partners with several organizations for field trips and is open to developing additional relationships with the community. It offers before- and after-school programs, a learning center for gifted children and those with cognitive challenges and an extracurricular sports league.
Independent School Placement Service of St Louis LLC 7710 Carondelet Ave, Clayton, MO63105 This service matches students with prospective schools. Representatives conduct interviews, look at students'…More records and try to find the best matches. The organization helps make students and their parents aware of schools about which they might not have considered. Once the prospective schools are selected, the group also helps students fill out applications and perform research. It performs work for free on a case-by-case basis.
Meramec Elementary School, which serves students in kindergarten through fifth grade, focuses on the values of…More responsibility, respect, kindness, cooperation and safety with its students, among other emphases.
A parent group called Helping Hands works with students on various projects.
Events at the school include Then and Now, and International Night.