Choose a local school to visit and see what makes them unique!
The visits are scheduled for Wednesday, February 28, from 8:30 AM–12:30 PM CT. Pre-registration is required for all school visits, and there is an additional fee of $15 for each.
Visit us at Thomas Jefferson School (MO), a day and boarding school for high-ability students in grades 7-12. Learn about how we teach seminar-style classes for 35 minutes each. With 80 students and 14 teachers, relationships are our super power.
Thomas Jefferson School
Villa Duchesne (MO) offers an outstanding Sacred Heart, Catholic, coeducational early childhood and elementary program, and an all-girls middle and high school program, on the most beautiful K-12 campus in St. Louis. At Villa, top-notch faculty know and love each student, meet them where they are, and challenge them to be their best for the world. Villa students have a strong faith and deep respect for intellectual values, develop social awareness, understand the importance of community, and seek to make a positive impact. Villa’s Sacred Heart identity infuses the experience with optimism and hope as the school fulfills its mission: to transform the world, one child at a time.
Villa Duchesne School of the Sacred Heart
Principia School (MO), which serves children from infancy through grade 12, is a student-centered, future-focused, coeducational day and boarding school. Our integrated studies program successfully straddles college-prep and future-ready teaching. With authentic and relevant project experiences at the heart of the program, students are learning future-ready skills necessary for their success in life. Our early childhood program is inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach and incorporates an innovative curriculum designed to nurture children's natural sense of curiosity through hands-on learning and exploration.
A small diverse community, Whitfield School (MO) is committed to helping students become their best selves. Join us to see our diverse student body in action at morning assembly. Our advisory program explicitly teaches the Habits of Mind and Heart, which are woven into everything we do. Take this opportunity to observe a Habits lesson focused on building cultural competence led by a teacher or by "Real Talk" peer facilitators. Also speak with members of our DEI Council, hear about our approach to bias incidents, learn about affinity groups, and visit our required intro to DEI course.