Jefferson Intermediate School serves all of the fifth and sixth grade students in the St. Charles School District.…More Principal Kim Harris describes an intermediate school as an upper elementary school. Students spend most of the time with two teachers instead of seeing up to seven in one day. "This allows students to more easily find a place to belong," she said.
In addition to daily physical education classes, students have time to play after lunch in the breezeway. Students also have 90 minutes of math instruction each day, as well as time for students who are behind to get extra help.
"We have an increased focus on reading, writing and mathematics," she said.
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.
Lindenwood University is a four-year liberal arts university with more than 120 degree programs. In 2010, more than…More 17,000 people were enrolled in the school across numerous extension centers. About 4,000 students live on campus and another 1,000 commute to the university for the undergraduate courses.
Lindenwood University also offers a graduate and undergraduate evening program for working adults at locations across the St. Louis area, including: Belleville, IL, South County, St. Louis City, Wentzville, Westport, Wildwood, Lincoln County, North County, Lindenwood University Cultural Center and O'Fallon.
Lindenwood University sponsors 27 NCAA athletic teams and 20 student life sports.