“Race” Play – 4/1 at 6:15 PM

Based on the book by Studs Terkel, "Race" empowers audiences to reimagine themselves through theater, championing a great reflection on our national identity and pushing us to rewrite our future together in America.

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What Real Communities Do: A Message from the Head of School and Associate Director of Diversity & Inclusion

As a school we are saddened by recent events such as the vandalism at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery. How do we respond? Our mission intones: “We explore the world through authentic experiences." Together, we can take our compassion and the celebration of our individual differences outward with us and bring...

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Wagon Train of Food

On November 18, Second, Third and Sixth Grade Students walked 28 wagons filled with 5,530 non-perishable food items to the Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Webster Groves for our 29th Annual Wagon Train of Food.

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This Election Season: A TCS-Style Vote

The upcoming election on November 8 will provide us the important opportunity to have our voices heard, as we head to our local polling places to consider what we think best for our local and national communities.

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EEE Event at the Saint Louis Science Center

At The College School, our vision is to be the innovative leader and ongoing advocate for experiential education in preschool through eighth grade. One of the ways in which we lead and advocate is through the Experiential Education Exchange (EEE).

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