At one time, Ladue had two middle schools--East Ladue and West Ladue. A declining enrollment forced the closing of…More West Ladue and all students west to East. The property was sold to Westminster Christian Academy and two years ago, with a burst in enrollment, Ladue bought that property back.
Today, Ladue Middle is a bustling school for students in sixth through eighth grades. The students learn in a team-teaching approach, working closely with a variety of advisors and counselors.
Ladue Middle School 9703 Conway Rd, Saint Louis, MO63124 Located at the intersection of Conway and Clayton, Ladue Middle School is the district's only middle school. There are…More approximately 900 students.
Ladue School District 9703 Conway Rd, Saint Louis, MO63124 Located at the corner of Clayton and Conway are the business offices of the Ladue School District. The School District…More consists of 4 elementary schools, 1 middle school and the Ladue Horton Watkins High School. The total enrollment for the district is 3,930 students and the average per student spending for their education is $13,740
First National Bank of St. Louis 1005 N Warson Rd, Saint Louis, MO63132 The First National Bank, Ladue branch, notable for its eye-catching, conical ATM drive-up, is located near Ladue Middle…More School. A member of Central Bancompany, FNBSTL has 14 St. Louis Metro-area locations. The Ladue branch associates assist individual and business clients with deposits, savings, investing and loan-related needs. The bank's website offers a live-customer assistance chat and tips on how to avoid being duped by phishing scams.
The city of Ladue is a quiet, but progressive community of 8,000 residents located in the heart of the St. Louis…More region. The residents here have lived in beautiful homes on private streets ever since before the turn of the century. Beautiful historic churches are also hallmarks of this small community.
One time, the trolley cars came through Ladue. Today, Clayton Road is a main pathway to nearby Highway 64/40.
Ladue features two historic country clubs (Ladue and Old Warson), has a full police and fire force and is guided by a volunteer mayor. Beautiful boutiques and other service stores now populate the city, mainly along Clayton Road.
Within the city limits are two elementary schools, three major private schools, and a public middle and high school.