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St. Louis School provides an academic environment designed to enable each individual student to reach his or her greatest personal potential.From play-based opportunities in prekindergarten to high school-level geometry in 8th grade, students continually grow and thrive. St. Louis students graduate prepared to meet the rigorous challenges of high school as well as the demands of the 21st century world.

St. Louis School has twice been named a National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education, in 2017 and 2010.  This designation, the highest academic honor bestowed upon a school by the U.S. Department of Education, honors public and private schools that are academically superior or demonstrate dramatic gains in student achievement to high levels.  The St. Louis administration and faculty continue to maintain the Blue Ribbon level of achievement annually.


St. Louis School maintains the following academic expectations for each student:

  • Each student will accept the challenge to work to his/her potential.
  • Each student is encouraged to achieve to the best of his/her ability.
  • Homework will be completed as a follow-up to daily class activities.
  • Positive self-esteem is grounded in responsibility and accountability.

A Glimpse into the Classroom

Primary Grades

STEM is an important part of the St. Louis School curriculum. Students in all grades have exposure to robotics, coding, and more. Pictured here kindergarteners learn basic coding with Ozobots.

Religion class in the primary grades focuses on foundations of the Catholic faith, such as prayer, community service, family life, and sacraments. As students move into the older primary grades, they focus on scripture, and Jesus' teachings. Pictured here the second graders create their own Miraculous Medals.

St. Louis School emphasizes language arts foundational skills, such as reading, writing, and introduction to literature. As students move into the older primary grades, they focus on themes such as information and communication, as well as objectively analyzing information. Here, a third grader show the book she wrote and illustrated for class.

All students at St. Louis School have art class once a week to learn and appreciate visual art. Younger students develop motor skills, learn decision-making, risk-taking, and innovation. Older primary grades explore the work of historical and contemporary artists and work with more contemporary art techniques.

Middle School

Every classroom is equipped with Epson Brightlink 1485 Fi projectors, which provide students an engaging and interactive learning experience. Here, Mrs. Spera uses the projector during an 8th grade geometry math lesson.

Our middle school students learn more about the fundamentals of our Catholic faith, including a focused study on the four gospels in the New Testament

Middle school students language arts classes focus on integrated reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students are exposed to classic literature and focus on independent critical analysis of text. 

Middle school students have art class once a week where they are challenged to practice problem-solving and creative thinking. Pictured here is an 8th grade student with his self portrait at the annual Art Showcase in the spring.

All middle school students have a unique opportunity at the beginning of each school year to attend an outdoor educational experience where they learn more about nature and the environment, attend STEM lessons and dive deeper into their faith.