CHILD SAFETY DAY ENDORSES
BLUE LINE TECHNOLOGY
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Students who go to schools with high academic standards tend to have higher ACT and SAT test scores and thus may have an endless array of post secondary options.
Take a look at some of the schools in St. Louis. These institutions participate in Child Safety Day so we know them best!
Learn about the Catholic Schools in St. Louis.
Learn about Hamilton Elementary School
Learn about Lutheran High School North-At Lutheran North, our exclusive college prep environment encourages students to Achieve, Believe and Belong. Our class of 2015 graduates were offered $7.9 million in scholarships and grants over four years, because our challenging academic program prepares them to not just attend college, but excel there. Are you ready to be a Crusader?
Learn about Lutheran High School South-At Lutheran South your child will find a place to belong because of our focus on Academic Excellence, Christian Community and Leadership Service. We provide the foundation that individually prepares each child for success which is why more than 98% of our graduates continue their education at college.
Learn about River Roads Lutheran Elementary School.
AFFORDABLE CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR ALL CHILDREN.
LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH
CONTACT US: ChildSafetyDay@gmail.com
10th Annual Child Safety Day-October 8, 2016
Saint Louis University-Grand & Laclede 10:00am-2:00pm
LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL NORTH
SATURDAY-oCTOBER 10, 2015 BEHIND THE PAGEANT IN THE DELMAR LOOP FROM 10:00AM-2:00PM. FREE AND FAMILY FUN. BRING ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY.
THE ST. LOUIS REGION IS HOME TO 30 FOUR YEAR COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
Each year 125,000 metro area students enroll for higher education. The number of people who graduate each year is 25,000. Nearly 80% of St. Louis residents are college educated. Less than 35% have an undergraduate degree. (NCES)
A completed college education is expensive but it is rewarding. Research has shown that there is a direct correlation between the level and quality of employment as it relates to higher learning.
College may not be for everyone. For a great many, a trade school education may work. Many students have found that their math and technology skills are more useful as a Craftsman, Electrician, Plumber, etc. Trades people can earn as much or more than a typical college graduate. The bottom line is that it is imperative to advance beyond high school for a prosperous future.
St. Dominic High School honors 21 students who earned an ACT score of 30+-Fall 2015.