Southview School 11660 Eddie and Park Rd, Saint Louis, MO63126 This public school is part of a special district of special education schools for students who, for one reason or…More another, need its customized resources to succeed. The district of 27,000 students and 6,000 staff was created in 1957. Students at Southview are 5 - 21 years old and may have a diagnosis of developmental disabilities, autism, emotional disturbance. The campus is well maintained under the watchful eyes of volunteer crews, staff and Principal Chuck Howard. One in five St. Louis County students uses special education.
Thomas Jefferson School 4100 S Lindbergh Blvd, Saint Louis, MO63127 This private boarding and day school is located on 20 acres in Sunset Hills. It admits about 88 students from grades 7…More through 12. Originally a boys' school when it first opened in 1946, it is now co-ed. Students study Greek and Latin, along with standard college-prep courses. The campus is made up of several Tudor-style buildings, which include cottages, tennis courts, an art barn, and a gym, just for starters. Typically, students hale from a number of states and countries. Expect to pay customary private school rates.
Long Elementary School 9021 Sappington Rd, Saint Louis, MO63126 Brian McKenney is the 7th principal since the school was built in 1960. It was named for a local, John Fenton Long, who…More held cabinet posts for President Ulysses S. Grant, and was a childhood teacher of Grant's wife, Julia Dent. There is a don't-miss video on the school's website showing students and the school through the years, with music to match. The school emphasizes values and service to others. Students say they love the playground and teachers are nice.