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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“Why I Love The College School”

Our Eighth Grader, Lillian Folkl, made the Webster Kirkwood Times with her submission of “Why I Love My School.” Her reflection talks about the unique learning opportunities of The College School using examples to illustrate her love for the education she is receiving. Her essay was accepted and published online and in...

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The College School introduces Witnessing Whiteness program

The St. Louis American newspaper recently featured an article on The College School’s partnership with YWCA Metro St. Louis and its Witnessing Whiteness program. The article discussed how the school hosts several volunteer groups of parents, families and the broader community, respectively, in space that encourages white individuals how to...

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On Charlottesville: The World We Want to Create

At The College School, we are united in our commitment to stand for racial equity and social justice for all people. Each of us brings different experiences and perspectives into our community. The work of building authentic relationships and bravely and safely examining our ideas around race, and other ways...

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The College School Walks in Pride Parade

The College School made its debut at the St. Louis Pride Parade this year! TCS Students, parents, faculty, staff, and alumni walked to demonstrate our support. We are proud to celebrate and be a part of this loving community!

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Student Honored by Duke University TIP

Rising Eighth Grader Sophie was recently honored by the Duke University Talent Identification Program for her score on the ACT for college bound seniors. She was recognized at the Grand Recognition Ceremony, held on May 22 at Duke University’s Cameron Indoor Stadium.

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