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
Conway School has been a center of excellence dating back to its founding in 1948. The school was a Gold Star school…More from 2003 to 2007 and a Blue Ribbon School in 2007.
A strong elementary curriculum prepares Conway students for their next step in education: middle school, and some fifth-graders take courses each day at the middle school.
Conway has a veteran core of teachers who are dedicated to the learning of all their students.
Ladue Chapel Nursery School 9450 Clayton Rd, Saint Louis, MO63124 Located at the intersection of Log Cabin and Clayton, Ladue Chapel Nursery School is a full-service pre-school. It…More offers pre-school education for children two-and-a-half to six years old. This nursery school offers structured learning in a professional caring environment as well as exercise at its indoor and outdoor play areas.
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.
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.
Mary Institute & Country Day School (MICDS) was founded in 1859 as a nonprofit, independent preparatory school…More offering education to students from pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.
MICDS consists of three programs based on age with the pre-K through fourth grade age group represented by the Ronald S. Beasley Lower School, grades five to eight represented by a single-gender Middle School and grades nine to 12 represented by the Upper School.
The Head of MICDS is Lisa Lyle, formerly of the Blake School in Minnesota. There are 1,202 students enrolled at MICDS.
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.