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Barretts Elementary School
1780 Carman Rd, Ballwin, MO 63021
The historic Barretts Elementary School is the oldest of the 28 schools in the Parkway School District.  OriginallyMore a one-room schoolhouse, the updated Barretts displays historic photos of the original building,which was erected in 1895.  After a devastating fire, the old school was rebuilt and is now used as a preschool.  
Parkway South Middle School
760 Woods Mill Rd, Ballwin, MO 63011
This middle school is one of the oldest in the Parkway School District. Students, faculty and staff take pride inMore its extensive and beautifully maintained campus.
Parkway Central High School
369 N Woods Mill Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63017
Parkway Central High School is a public high school in the Parkway Schools District. This school was founded in 1954 andMore serves male and female students in grades 9-12. It operates on an A/B/C day system, where C days have all classes for 50 minutes, and A and B days each have half the classes but for 90 minutes each. The school follows standard state curriculum. It has a wide variety of student clubs and varsity sports programs. 
Parkway Southwest Middle School
701 Wren Ave, Manchester, MO 63021

This school is located on the same campus as Wren Hollow Elementary School and right in the middle of a neighborhood.More  Its location makes it easy for students to walk or bike to school.

 The school was built in 1995, and educates children in grades 6-8. Principal Dr. Chelsea Watson has been with the school for 14 years and been the head principal for eight years.

Carman Trails Elementary School
555 S Weidman Rd, Ballwin, MO 63021
Carman Trails Elementary School is a K-5 school that also offers art, music, PE, reading and gifted education classes.More According to school staff, Carman Trails Elementary School is a happy, caring and friendly place where students and teachers work together to bring out the best in everyone. Visit the website for more information.
Christian Brothers College High School
1850 de la Salle Dr, Saint Louis, MO 63141

Christian Brothers College High School is an all boys Catholic college preparatory high school located inMore Town and Country. CBC was founded in 1850 and is now in its third location, built in 2003. The school is operated by the Brothers of the Christian Schools and serves students in grades 9 - 12.

The school has 67 full-time faculty members of which 70% hold a Masters Degree or higher lever of education, according to the school. Students come from more than 100 different parishes, and there are more than 14,000 CBC alumni.

Wren Hollow Elementary School
655 Wren Ave, Manchester, MO 63021
This school is located right in the middle of a neighborhood which Principal Mary Johnston says makes it easy for kidsMore to walk, bike and skateboard to school. It is also the only campus in the Parkway School District that has kindergarten through the twelfth grade on the same campus. The staff is exceptionally friendly when they greet you and understand the flexibility that it takes to run an elementary school. They say every day brings a new surprise and that's what makes their job so fun and interesting.
John F. Kennedy Catholic High School
500 Woods Mill Rd, Ballwin, MO 63011
Principal Mary Hey says John F. Kennedy High School is the only co-education Catholic high school in West County. SheMore says the school may be small, but it's inclusive. The campus is centrally-located near Highway 141 and Manchester Road, and welcomes students from a number of surrounding counties and the city of St. Louis. When students enter the building, they are greeted in the grand lobby by the school motto.
Covenant Christian School
2145 N Ballas Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63131

This school is one of many buildings sitting on the 12 acres the school owns.  

Head of School, the Rev.More John Roberts, describes this as a "cool school" where you will definitely find kids running in the halls. Roberts says the school takes the approach that letting kids be kids allows them to develop into who they truly are.

The school has 150 students and that's the limit. The staff says it tries to focus on a smaller community so it can build relationships with the individual children.

The school takes great pride in its cozy library, but students can also learn in the school's outdoor classroom. The school works with Missouri Botanical Garden and has so far developed a prairie and butterfly garden for students to utilize. There is also a small garden on campus where students can eat some of what they grow.

St. Louis Priory School
500 S Mason Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63141

This all-boys school teaches grades 7 through 12. It was founded by three monks from England. This is the school'sMore original location and there is still a monastery on campus, along with 30 monks, 15 which act as teachers. The campus also houses the Saint Louis Abbey.

Although, most of the students local residents, students visit the school from other countries including Ireland, Taiwan, China, Mexico and Chile. The school just started teaching Mandarin.

The school's headmaster is Father Michael Brunner.

Neuwoehner School
12110 Clayton Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63131

This school is located in the same parking lot as the Special School District of St. Louis County. NeuwoehnerMore educates students with a range of disabilities, including autism.

Students attending the school are ages 14 to 21-years-old. They come to Neuwoehner from many surrounding public school districts.

T.E.A.M. (Together Everyone Achieves More) Tiger is the school motto used to promote and recognize positive social skill development. Teachers focus on pro-social skills with students to promote student learning and leadership.

Islamic Foundation
517 Weidman Rd, Ballwin, MO 63011
This building houses offices for the Islamic Foundation and an Islamic school that teaches children in preschoolMore through eighth grade. The school teaches the same subjects as area public and private schools in addition to Islam. A weekend school is also offered and the office staff members are very friendly and informative. The Islamic Foundation is a not-for-profit organization with a board of directors. A new chairman is elected each year. The charity's main goal is religious education.
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