Blackhurst Elementary School 2000 Elm St, Saint Charles, MO63301 Blackhurst Elementary School was an elementary school for many years before it was shuttered in 2007 due to declining…More enrollment. The St. Charles School Board decided in October 2010 to reopen the school for the 2011-12 school year after enrollment in younger grades climbed. Blackhurst will reopen as an elementary school that will serve students in kindergarten through fourth grade.
Hardin School Middle School 1950 Elm St, Saint Charles, MO63301 Hardin Middle School serves all seventh and eighth graders in the St. Charles School District. The school offers a…More variety of after-school activities, as well as family fun nights and parent-teacher conferences.
Campbell Montessori School 3880 Shady Springs Ln, Saint Charles, MO63301 Campbell Montessori School opened in 1989 as the St. Charles Montessori Academy. The school was granted nonprofit status…More in 1995 and later added an elementary school. In 1997, the renamed Campbell Montessori School opened at its current location. The school is located in a quiet neighborhood with a playground and wooded trails on six-and-a-half acres.
St. Charles High School 725 N Kingshighway St, Saint Charles, MO63301 St. Charles High School is one of the oldest schools in the city. The building was built at its present location in…More 1923. Today, the school serves students on the Eastern side of the city and has a new synthetic turf athletic field. The school also has many extracurricular opportunities for students.
Network of Sacred Heart Schools 700 N 3rd St, Saint Charles, MO63301 The Network of Sacred Heart Schools is a collaborative association of 21 Sacred Heart Schools across the county. The…More organization offers workshops and seminars for faculty and staff, and service and exchange programs for students of Sacred Heart schools. The Network of Sacred Heart Schools incorporated in 1991.
First Student 3061 Mercantile Industrial Dr, Saint Charles, MO63301 First Student is a bus transportation company that serves the St. Charles County School District as well as DeSmet High…More School. There are over 50 schools in the metro St. Louis area that use First Student school bus transportation for field trips, athletic team transportation and school related trips. First Student rents school buses to the general public. Call them if you are planning that winery trip for all your friends. Let First Student be your designated driver.
Saint Peter Catholic School 222 Jackson St, Saint Charles, MO63301 Saint Peter School, associated with Saint Peter Church, is located on the Jackson Street side of the church complex. The…More school has an all-day kindergarten and serves grades 1 through 8. Saint Peter School is a 2008 recipient of the Blue Ribbon No Child Left Behind award from the U.S. Department of Education.
Duchesne High School 2550 Elm St, Saint Charles, MO63301 Duchesne High School was built in its current location in 1956, but it was started under the name St. Peter High School…More in 1924. The Catholic high school serves boys and girls in grades 9-12 and offers them a college-prepatory education. Students are required to take four theology credits to graduate and are encouraged to volunteer at least 25 hours a year. The school offers a number of extracurricular opportunities that range from drama club to club hockey to debate.
Lincoln Elementary School is the St. Charles School District's smallest elementary school, with less than 250…More students and is nestled in a neighborhood. It's size is part of what makes it special, said Principal Julie Williams.
"Lincoln is a great school where everyone knows each other and there is a true sense of community amongst our students, staff and family," she said.
St. Elizabeth/St. Robert Regional School 1 Seton Ct, Saint Charles, MO63303 St. Elizabeth/St. Robert Regional School is associated with two parishes: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and St. Robert…More Bellarmine. Before construction of the school was completed in 1976, plans were changed for additional construction because interest in the new regional school was so great. The school is located near the intersection of Berlekamp Lane and Country Club Road, just east of Muegge Road.
Monroe is the largest elementary school in the St. Charles School District, serving more than 500 students. The…More district's gifted program as well as classrooms for students with autism and special needs are located here.
Students at Monroe Elementary are paired with fifth- and sixth-grade mentors from the nearby Jefferson Intermediate School. Monroe Elementary School Principal Susan Rhoads says that this buddy program helps older students learn to mentor and builds relationships between the students.
St. Charles School District Success Campus 1600 Waverly St, Saint Charles, MO63301 Success Campus has three programs that serve the entire school district. The Youth-Experiencing-Success program offers…More high school students who are behind in credits a chance to get caught up. The Re-Entry School is a program for students who are on a long-term suspension. The Missouri Options Program helps students who are at least 17 but are a year behind in school graduate on time.
St. Charles West High School 3601 Droste Rd, Saint Charles, MO63301 St. Charles West is the newer of the St. Charles School District's two high schools, serving the west side of the city.…More The school's mascot is the warrior. Students have raised funds to build an outdoor amphitheater complete with benches, picnic tables and a stage.
St. Cletus Catholic School serves students in grades kindergarten through eighth grade and seeks to provide them with…More a Catholic education. Students receive religious education, have the opportunity to learn Spanish and can choose to participate in the Consolidated Catholic Schools Band once they are in fourth grade.
The school operates on an extended school year: Students have an eight week summer and have a two week break each fall and each spring.
More than 1,800 students attend FHN, one of three high schools in the Francis Howell School District. The school has…More award-winning journalism, choir, instrumental music and DECA programs.
Principal Darlene Jones said the library media center is very popular with students, the world language courses have sister schools in Europe and make yearly trips, and the Knights of Excellence program supports the school and builds spirit.
"I believe we care about our students and have a phenomenal environment here at North," Jones said.