Best Missouri Religiously Affiliated Private Schools (2021-22)
For the 2021-22 school year, there are 488 religiously affiliated private schools serving 93,322 students in Missouri (73% of all schools).
The average tuition cost is $7,826, which is lower than the Missouri private school average tuition cost of $10,172.
St. John School: A Personalized Learning Academy Photo - Modern, interactive education in a warm, comfortable environment.
Academy Of Saint Louis Photo - The Academy of St. Louis is the only private, faith-based school for students with learning disabilities in St. Louis serving grades K-12th.
Summit Christian Academy Photo - The SCA Early Education program for children ages 2 1/2 - 5, offers a curriculum that includes, Spanish, Science, Social Studies, Bible, Reading, Phonics, Music and Physical Education, all in a loving environment taught by certified teachers.
Living Water Academy Photo - Living Water Academy Family of Students, Faculty, and Staff. The annual all-school photo around the fountain is one of LWA's oldest and most cherished traditions.
Gateway Legacy Christian Academy Photo - After a long day of games, sports, and fun....the students worked together in one final teamwork activity.
Green Park Lutheran School Photo - ACCOMPLISHED St. Louis Science Fair is an initiative of the Academy of Science and sponsored by Monsanto and SunEdison. Spring 2014 there were over 2,500 top projects, representing 230 schools. 40 GP students progressed on to St. Louis Science Fair. The results? 22 Blue Ribbon 1st Place, 13 Red Ribbon 2nd Place, 5 Green Ribbon 3rd Place.
Christian Fellowship School Photo - Our fabulous gymnasium serves as PE class during the days and volleyball and basketball courts at night.
Top Ranked Missouri Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2021-22)
Teen Travel In Uncertain Times
Most adults find traveling more complicated and challenging that it was pre-pandemic. We offer some suggestions for safe teen travel in these uncertain times.
Using Facebook, YouTube and Pinterest to Promote Your School
Social media is an effective marketing tool for your school. Here are some suggestions for using Facebook, YouTube and Pinterest.
Should Teachers Be Unionized?
One of the basic differences between private and public schools is the fact that most public school teachers belong to a union. Should teachers be unionized?