Chesterfield Elementary School 17700 Wild Horse Creek Rd, Chesterfield, MO63005 This school is part of the Rockwood School District and has been recognized with several awards and distinctions…More including a 2008 National School of Character and 2007 Missouri School of Character Award. The school has cross-age buddy programs to promote friendly, supportive relationships among grades. The school also offers activities to encourage parents and students to talk about school at home.
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.
Green Trails strives to build a sense of community within the school. Weekly assemblies highlight student achievement…More and talent while also providing time for school-wide announcements. Parents are encouraged to attend stakeholders meetings. The school hosts regular "TLC" groups, which provide a forum to discuss parenting issues and concerns.
The school has English for Speakers of Other Languages classes and, like all Parkway schools, offers orchestra classes for third through fifth grades.
West County Day School 15405 Olive Blvd, Chesterfield, MO63017 West County Day School provides learning programs for children from infancy up to twelve years of age. Its…More facilities include several playgrounds spread across the two buildings that make up the school. Summer camp is also offered, as are programs for both before and after school to meet the differing needs of students.
The Shenandoah Valley Elementary School has a very active and supportive community of parents and staff. The PTA…More hosts a fall festival every year and parents are frequently at the school to volunteer and work in classrooms. Each grade level has its own learning pod--a common area that classrooms are attached to.
The school is a positive behavior intervention and support (PBIS) school. Instead of focusing on punishing negative behavior, PBIS schools set specific expectations for student behavior and reward positive behavior that meets those expectations.
Like all Parkway schools, there are orchestra classes for third through fifth grades.
Community Music School of Webster University 14941 Olive Blvd, Chesterfield, MO63017 The Community Music School of Webster University is located in Chesterfield, inside of Faust Park. If you turn…More into the park you can follow the signs that will lead you to the school. It is a little bit of a drive, but the scenery is beautiful. The school offers music education and performance opportunities to people of all ages. It is responsible for the Suzuki String Program on KWMU.
Sheila and Scott Rinaberger are not only the owners of the Chesterfield franchise of the Goddard School, they are…More also on-site operators. The Rinabergers personally helped to design the building and an educational program that makes the Chesterfield location stand out above other Goddard School locations. For example, the school introduces all students to various enrichment activities such as spanish, yoga, cooking and computer.
Every year a $10,000 scholarship is awarded to a high school senior who graduates from the Goddard School and demonstrates a strong work ethic and perseverance.
Kirk of the Hill's Day School's motto is "Training heirs of the Covenant for kingdom service." This privately run…More elementary and preschool teaches Biblically-based curriculum to admitted students. On average, there are two classrooms per grade for the school's approximately 325 students.
The school has been ranked by Christian Schools International as one of the top 10% of Christian schools in the country. There are several opportunities for parents to be involved beyond the typical "room mom" capacity. Older students are also given a chance to develop leadership skills through helping in the office or at recess, for example. All students participate in leading chapel services.