Reed School, founded back in 1939 has been serving as the center of elementary education for children in Ladue, 13…More years before the high school was founded.
The school was named for Mamie Reed, the long time principal who believed in 'putting children first.'
The physical structure has been expanded several times and is much more developed than it was back in the early days. Today, active alumni and parents provide valuable assistance for the growth and well being of the school.
Chaminade College Preparatory School was founded in 1910 in the tradition of French priest William Joseph Chaminade…More and the Brothers of Mary. Originally described as a Catholic boarding school and day college, Chaminade is now a well-established all-boys college preparatory school with a rich history of educational excellence in St. Louis.
The Reverend Ralph Siefert is president of Chaminade and the school's principal is Dr. Louis Peters. Students are accepted in the school for grades 6-12.