I think TCS introduced me to a side of myself that may not have flourished at a more traditional academic environment, and I am grateful for that.- Andrew W.
Even though I only attended The College School for two years, those years were some of the most formative and shaping years of my life. I learned so much not only about my world, but about myself. I can’t thank TCS enough for that.- Grayson C.
The College School starts early with encouraging individuality and expressing unique talents and passions – the kind of nurturing that gives positive results for a lifetime.- Erica C.
Failing does not scare me, The College School taught me that there is no such thing as failing – just opportunities to do things differently than originally planned.- Tessa O.

Graduate Spotlights

Jaylen graduated from the University of Missouri with degrees in Political Science, Multicultural Studies, and Interdisciplinary Studies. He is pursuing law school at Saint Louis University.

Kara graduated from Nerinx Hall and is attending Belmont University, majoring in the creative and entertainment industries.

Bryce graduated from MICDS and attends Webster University, majoring in Film Studies.

Colton graduated from MICDS and attends The George Washington University.

Isabel graduated magna cum laude from The George Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a minor in Sustainability.

Amelia graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with degrees in Communications and Political Science.

Grant graduated from St. Louis University High School and attends Rhodes College.

Julia graduated from Whitfield School and attending University of Delaware as a Pre-Vet major.

Aidan graduated from Crossroads College Preparatory School and attends Berklee College of Music in Boston.

After graduating from NYU School of Social Work, Goldie, TCS Class of 2013, is currently pursuing film production in NYC.

Will graduated from Ladue High School and is attending Miami University’s Farmer School of Business in the fall.

Scott graduated from Christian Brothers College and won the Theatre and Dance Regents Scholarship to Missouri State University.

High Schools Attended by College School Graduates