Seventh Grade Urban Experience Podcasts

As seventh graders explore the urban landscape of Saint Louis, they learn together what makes up the many different aspects of a community. The young explorers learn the complicated system that keeps a city running, using public transportation to explore neighborhoods and interact with local residents and business owners.

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The College School Launches Nationwide Search for Head of School

As of May 25, 2018, The College School’s Head of School, Ed Maggart, concluded his service to the school after his five-year tenure. Since 2013, Maggart has been instrumental in the continued evolution of the school. He poured countless hours into highlighting The College School in the broader world of...

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Four Students from The College School Have Historical Family Stories Selected for Publication

Four fifth graders at The College School have had their historical family stories selected for publication in Grannie Annie, Vol. 13, by The Grannie Annie Family Story Celebration. Volume 13 will be published as a paperback book, an eBook, and a PDF book. In addition, the stories in Volume 13 will be posted on The...

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TCS Alum Featured in The Webster-Kirkwood Times Newspaper!

In our core values, “we believe that academic mastery is optimized by using a thoughtful balance of interdisciplinary experiences and individual disciplines of study.” When our students graduate, they take their experiences from our academic philosophy and use learned skills to create unique opportunities in their chosen interests. This year,...

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Students Participate in National Student Walkout

On March 14, 2018, administrators approved a student-organized walkout as part of the National Student Walkout. Regardless of where our Middle School students at The College School stand on any given issue, we wholeheartedly believe all students have the right to free speech, and the TCS faculty and administration supports...

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The Jan Phillips Learning Center in “St. Louis At Home”

St. Louis Magazine recognizes The Jan Phillips Learning Center as its “St. Louis At Home 2018 Architecture & Designer Award” winner for commercial space. With the efforts of our partners at Hellmuth & Bicknese Architects, the adjudicating body praised the structure for “thoughtful design with a social conscience.”

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KTRS 550, interviewed Third Grader Elizabeth F., her father Kevin F. ‘88, and our Third Grade Teacher Matt Diller about The Wagon Train on The Inside show with Jennifer Blome. In addition, KMOV Channel 4 Reporter Justin Andrews came by to capture The Wagon Train in action as TCS students...

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The Jan Phillips Learning Center won the Associated General Contractors of Missouri’s Keystone Award

The College School and The Harlan Company won the Associated General Contractors of Missouri’s Keystone Award for The Jan Phillips Learning Center. Featured in an article by The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the award recognizes “contractors who resolve challenges during construction, not a project’s design or appearance.” The Jan Phillips Learning Center...

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