St. Louis City Schools

Christian Brothers College High School

PRIVATE Catholic

  • Grades Served: 9 – 12
  • 821 Students (All Boys)
  • Average Class Size: 20
  • Theme: Lasallian
  • Languages Offered: Spanish, French, Chinese
  • School Day: 8:40am – 3pm
  • Opened in 1850
  • Tuition Range: $15,540 Per Year Average tuition for local Private Schools: $9,468
  • $1,175 fees include laptop, technology support, retreat fee, yearbook fee, activity fees.
  • 38% of students receive Financial Aid
  • Uniform Required
  • "CBC provides a Catholic, Lasallian College Preparatory education that stresses diversity of the student body. CBC seeks a wide variety of students from different backgrounds, with different strengths, interests, abilities"
  • STEM Education including classes like Principles of Engineering I, Principles of Engineering II, Robotics, Technical Drawing, CAD, Introduction to Computer Science, Video Game Programming, and 4 Robotics Teams
  • Leadership Program, designed to teach students the qualities and characteristics of what it takes to be a great leader in the 21st century
  • Co-curricular opportunities that include championship caliber sports, as well as no-cut sports designed to give student-athletes the opportunity to participate and represent CBC. Named the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Athletic Program of the year in 2011 and 2015
  • First rate Fine & Performing Arts program which includes 3 levels of band, a TV/Video Production Program, and a theater program which produces 4 full-scale productions each year under the direction of legendary theater director Tom Murray
  • Extracurriculars: Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Hockey, Inline Hockey, Lacrosse, Racquetball, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Water Polo, Wrestling, Art Club, Big Brothers Tutoring, Brothers in Harmony, Brothers in Prayer, Cadet Crew, Cadet Student Network, Cerre Players (Theater), Diversity Club, Drum Line, Guitar Club, Jazz Band, KCBC (broadcasting), Lasallian Youth, Model United Nations, National Honor Society, Outdoors Club, Photo Club, Robotics Club, Scholar Bowl, Stage Crew, Student Leadership Council, The Guidan (yearbook), The Turret (student newspaper), Ultimate Frisbee, Aviation Club, Drone Club, eSports Gaming Club
  • Special Education: "No special education services. However, we have a Learning Specialist and can support a wide variety of learning needs."
  • Parent Involvement:
  • Offers 14 AP Classes


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  • Somewhat Diverse Economically15% of students qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch
  • Somewhat Diverse Racially

Test Scores

In 2019, the Average ACT Score for students was 24.5 24.5

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