St. Louis City Schools
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Premier Charter School

PUBLIC Charter

  • Grades Served: KG – 8
  • 920 Students
  • Average Class Size: 20
  • Languages Offered: Spanish
  • School Day: 8:40am – 3:40pm
  • Extended Care: 6am – 6:30pm
  • Opened in 2000
  • Uniform Required
  • Previously known as St. Louis Charter School
  • Strong Character Education ("only school in St. Louis area to be designated both State and National School of Character")
  • Meeting all students where they are and designing programming around them. This includes gifted/enrichment classes, reading specialists, special education, and extensive ELL support (teaching with ESL strategies and interpretive services).
  • Travel programs (4th grade and up, to Jefferson City, 5th grade camp, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., New York City, San Antonio)
  • Extracurriculars: Choirs, Sports Teams through the YMCA, Cheerleading, programming through Before/After Care, Girls on the Run, Let Me Run
  • Gifted Education: Gifted pull-out
  • Special Education: Special Education classrooms, cross-categorical; Speech, OT, PT.
  • Parent Involvement: "Parent involvement is strongly encouraged. Countless opportunities are available for parents to be part of the classroom community through guest readers, helping with varied projects and such. After school events for families take place consistently including coffees, meet and greets, Data Night, Literacy Ball, STEAM Night, TLC Nights to name a few."

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  • Respect, Responsibility & CaringParent 10/15/2014
    My daughter has attended for 3 years, and I love their motto of "Respect, Responsibility & Caring". Every teacher so far has been great at bringing out the best in my child. Not only is she thriving here, she is in Quest (a gifted pullout program), choir and girls on the run. The school also celebrates with a peace rally, and a multicultural day. The staff help daily with making sure the children arrive and depart safely with crosswalk duty. A great mix of traditional education and character awareness. Also, after dealing with the bureaucracy of the St Louis City Public Schools, this is a breath of fresh air - approachable staff, willing to listen to suggestions and make improvements.
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Diversity

  • Highly Diverse Economically67.8% of students qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch
  • Highly Diverse Racially

Performance

This School SLPS Avg
72.5% -5.6% 74.6% 1.5%
In 2016, earned 72.5% of possible APR/MSIP points
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Test Scores

This School SLPS Avg State Avg
35.4% 31.4% 55.8%
In 2016, 35.4% of students tested Proficient or Above
For more details, see MODESE's School Report Card

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