Parkway Central High, one of five in the Parkway District, offers its students opportunities including honors and…More advanced placement courses as well as options to earn college credit through the school's partnerships with St. Louis University, the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Missouri Baptist University, and St. Louis Community College.
Parkway School District Administrative Center 455 N Woods Mill Rd, Chesterfield, MO63017 Parkway School District comprises 29 schools in Chesterfield, Town and Country, Manchester, Maryland Heights and Creve…More Coeur. The district's mission is "to ensure all students are capable, curious and confident learners who understand and respond to the challenges of an ever-changing world." The district boasts 14 national "Blue Ribbon" schools and serves more than 17,000 students.
Parkway Early Childhood Center 14605 Clayton Rd, Ballwin, MO63011 Parkway Early Childhood Center offers half-day preschool classes for children ages 3 to 5, along with summer camp and…More parent-child interaction programs for children as young as six months. Free educational screenings to assess kids' speech, language and general development are also provided. The programs are operated by the Parkway School District.
Located a stone's throw from Parkway Central High and the district administration building, the home of the Colts has…More been distinguished as both a Missouri Gold Star school and a U.S. Blue Ribbon school.
Central Middle has a tradition of recognizing their students' achievements. Each year, a new tree is added to the murals in the hall. Outstanding students' names are listed on the tree. Most students participate in extracurricular activities of some sort.
Central Middle is the home of the English for Speakers of Other Languages program for all sixth, seventh and eighth graders in the district. The school is also the site of all Parkway School Board meetings.
Parkway West Middle School 2312 Baxter Rd, Chesterfield, MO63017 West Middle is one of five middle schools in the Parkway School District. The school fosters a sense of community.…More Students are grouped by grade into teams, and a handful of teachers work with each team. This way, students only take classes with their team, which makes the school of more than 800 feel smaller. Socials for incoming students are held before the students begin classes at West Middle, and there are end-of-school celebrations by grade each year.