St. Dominic is a Catholic, college preparatory high school offering young men and women an education rooted in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Living the Dominican tradition of prayer, study, community and service, we encourage life-long growth in faith, knowledge and leadership and involvement in the global community.
- Top Ranked MO School
- Grades: 9-12
- Enrollment: 749 students
- Yearly Tuition: $8,765
- Average class size: 24 students
- Application Deadline: Nov. 19 / rolling
- Source: Verified school update
School Membership(s)School Assoc.
Learning Difference Programs
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 20%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree
Average Class Size
Number of AP Courses
Accounting, Business Studies, Calculus, French I, French II, Literature and Composition I, Literature and Composition II, Physics, Spanish I, Spanish II, Statistics, US Government, US History II, US. History I
Average ACT score
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
Nov. 19 / rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost
Books and technology fees included in tuition amount. (Non-Catholic student tuition is $9225)
Total Sports Offered
Total ExtracurricularsTotal Extra-curric.
Club or Organization:
Ambassador Club, Book Club, FBLA, FCA, French Club, Gaming Club
Ambassador Club, Book Club, FBLA, FCA, French Club, Gaming Club
- Curriculum St. Dominic High School is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. There are three designated computer labs and 250 computers throughout the school. Within a rotating block schedule, courses are offered on the honors, college preparatory and vocational levels. St. Dominic has a certified Learning Consultant to assist students with mild and moderate special needs. Honors classes are available throughout the four-year curriculum. College credit is available in cooperation with St. Louis University, the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Missouri Baptist University, and the St. Charles County Community College. Advanced Placement is currently available in calculus, statistics, physics, anatomy, French and Spanish. More courses will be added in the coming years. Independent Study is an option for students with special interests.
- Athletics Coed sports offered include soccer, cross country, tennis, basketball, track & field, and golf. Sports exclusive to boys include football and baseball. Girls sports include volleyball, swimming and softball.
- Extracurricular Activities There are a wide variety of student organizations: Student Council, National Honor Society, Peer Listeners, Librarians, Sacristans, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Outreach Club, Ambassadors, Appalachian Projects,Book Club, Spring Musical, Peer Tutoring, International Club, Math Team, Writers Guild, Future Business Leaders of America, Cheerleaders, Pommers, National Honor Art Society, Pep Club, Pro-Life Club, Liturgical Musicians, Newspaper, Yearbook, Band, Choral Ensembles and Jazz Band.
- Recent Awards Boys Baseball - Missouri Class 3 State Champions Girls Basketball - Missouri Class 4 Quarterfinalis (2008), Semifinals (2007) Math Team - Missouri State and Great Plains League Champions Boys Track - 4 x 400 Meter Relay Class 3 Champs (2007) Boys Soccer - Class 2 Regional Champions (2007, 2005); State Finalist (2006); State Champions (2004, 2008) Girls Soccer - Class 1 Semifinalists (2008, 2005), Champions (2007, 2001) AAA Conferences Champions Girls Varsity Cross Country, Girls JV Cross Country, Boys Varsity Soccer, Varsity Softball, JV Softball, Varsity Football, JV Football, Girls Varsity Basketball, Girls JV Basketball, Girls Varsity Track, Girls JV Track, Boys Varsity Track, Boys JV Track, Varsity Baseball, JV Baseball, Girls Varsity Soccer, Girls JV Soccer, Girls Swimming and Diving
- Graduation Requirements At least 100 hours of approved community service and participation in an overnight retreat during junior or senior year are graduation requirements.  Proposed Multi-Purpose Building and Fine Arts Center The proposed addition has been designed with the Multi-Purpose Building/Gym and the Performing Arts Center as separate wings of a single facility. The Multi-Purpose Building/Gym will be a two-level, 450,000-square-foot (42,000 m2) structure. The design of the Multi-Purpose Building/Gym allows for several activities to occur at one time and provides the space needed for a comprehensive physical education curriculum, multiple athletic practices, sports contests and weight training. The Performing Arts Center will also serve as an additional venue for class Masses, class meetings and parent meetings. The existing gymnasium will be maintained for physical education classes, athletic practices and small assemblies.
Source: Verified school update
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does St. Dominic High School cost?
St. Dominic High School's tuition is approximately $8,765 for private students.
What schools are St. Dominic High School often compared to?
St. Dominic High Schoolis often viewed alongside schools like Duchesne High School by visitors of our site.
What sports does St. Dominic High School offer?
St. Dominic High School offers 14 interscholastic sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cheering, Cross Country, Dance, Football, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field and Volleyball. St. Dominic High School is ranked as one of the top 20% of private schools in Missouri for most sports offered.
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When is the application deadline for St. Dominic High School?
The application deadline for St. Dominic High School is Nov. 19 / rolling (applications are due on Nov. 19 but additional applications are reviewed year-round as space permits ).
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