St. Louis City Schools

Nottingham Community Access Job Training High School


  • Grades Served: 9 – 12
  • 133 Students
  • Average Class Size: 10
  • School Day: 7:10am – 2:07pm
  • NCAJT is a public separate school for students with moderate to severe developmental disabilities. Nottingham CAJT ensures it's students are prepared for the worlds of work and adulthood.
  • NCAJT is a public separate day facility which provides vocational preparation, occupational guidance, and functional academic instructional activities in a school based, community oriented school-to-work program for students with moderate/severe developmental disabilities ages 14 through 21.
  • * NCAJT began operations in August 1996 at the St. Louis Public School District's Southwest High campus. Dr. Werner continued to develop and grow the program through October of 2008. We moved to our current location in the St. Louis Hills neighborhood in June 2003. The building was built in 1953
  • Extracurriculars: Basketball, Volleyball, Track, Challenger Baseball, Student Council, Fine Arts Club, Choir, Games Club, Excercise & Fitness Club


  • "For the first time, two St. Louis city schools -- Nottingham CAJT High School and Busch Middle School of Character -- have earned the label 'Missouri School of Character.'" (St. Louis Public Radio): 02/17/2015


  • Somewhat Diverse Racially


This School SLPS Avg
82.7% 16.2% 74.6% 1.5%
In 2016, earned 82.7% of possible APR/MSIP points
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Test Scores

This School SLPS Avg State Avg
25.3% 31.4% 55.8%
In 2016, 25.3% of students tested Proficient or Above
For more details, see MODESE's School Report Card

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