Students at The College School never sit in class and wonder: “When will I use this in real life?”

At The College School, students learn by going off campus, collaborating with experts, and creating solutions to real-world problems. We don’t teach to the test, drill worksheets, or learn content just for the sake of doing so. Instead, students master physics by designing and building their own roller coasters or learn financial literacy by starting their own businesses.

Students explore the world through authentic experiences. Along the way, they are part of a close-knit community that allows them to be who they are and to use their voice. It’s no wonder students love coming to school.

“The College School instilled in me a passion to advocate for nature, be civically engaged, reflect on my experiences, and learn by doing.”

Claire Generous, Class of 2013

#TCSAlumniSpotlight: Congrats to one of our new high school graduates, Will Steinberg! Will recently graduated from Ladue Horton-Watkins High School and will be moving to Ohio this fall to attend @miamiuniversity @farmerschoolofbusiness.  #readyforwhatisnext
On June 19, 1865, General Gordon Granger of the Union army arrived in Galveston, Texas, and announced the emancipation of all who were enslaved in accordance with President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation that went into effect on January 1, 1863. History demonstrates that there is a need for accountability and action to uphold the rights of all human beings. Now, in 2021, Juneteenth is a federal holiday. We celebrate the efforts of all those who continue to hold our country accountable and acknowledge accurate history.
This Saturday, and all month long, organizations in and around St. Louis, like the @mohistorymuseum and @nationalbluesmuseum, are hosting virtual and in-person events for all ages to examine systemic racism and celebrate Juneteenth. Visit their pages to learn more.

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