Category Archives: Students

LHWHS Broadcast Work Featured on “Student Voice”

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The Ladue Horton Watkins High School (LHWHS) Broadcast Technology department just announce a new online partnership to distribute students broadcast technology work to over 100,000 online subscribers each month. BAM Radio Network is the largest all-education radio network in the nation. Student work will be featured in a new program called “Student Voice,” and LHWHS students will provide the first video show to their network ever! 

Old Bonhomme’s Humphrey Supports “Unsorted”

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Lori Humphrey, second-grade teacher at Old Bonhomme Elementary School, was recently interviewed by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the play Unsorted.  Humphrey was the district’s Teacher of the Year for the 2012-13 school year and was also the recipient of an Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award.  Humphrey has applied for a Gold Star Grant to fund presentation of the play to students and personnel in the Ladue School District to kick off the school year in September. The request specifies that Unsorted be performed as well for parents and the community to promote home-school connections.

Read the entire article.

Humphrey was also interviewed on St. Louis Public Radio about her interest in and support of this production.

Listen to the interview.

LHWHS Linehan Recipient of Pedal the Cause Award

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News release from Pedal the Cause…

Young Olivette Resident Receives Top Honors
by Honoring His Mother & Supporting His Father’s Research

Pedal the Cause presents Clare Blase Spirit Award to Ben Linehan   

ST. LOUIS (Feb. 25, 2013) — Pedal the Cause is pleased to announce that sixteen-year-old Olivette resident and Ladue High School student, Ben Linehan, is the recipient of the 2013 Pedal the Cause Clare Blase Spirit Award.

LHWHS Jacob Receives Distinguished Achievement Award

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News release published by University of Missouri – St. Louis…

UMSL honors 47 high school students for distinguished achievement in science

On February 20, 2014, more than 200 proud parents and teachers came to honor 47 high school juniors at the annual Distinguished Achievement Awards for Science Excellence dinner presented by the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Missouri–St. Louis.

LMS Mathcounts Team Places First in Regional Competition

Ten students from Ladue Middle School (LMS) participated in the Regional Mathcounts Competition on February 15-16, 2014.  The team of Anna Zhong, Kevin Jiang, Edward Wu, and Justin Chen placed first at Regionals and will represent LMS at the state competition in March.  Moses Schindler will also represent LMS at state in the individual competition.

LMS Eisenman Selected as Missouri Top Middle Level Youth Volunteer

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On February 7, 2014, Ladue Middle School eighth-grader Sarah Eisenman was selected as Missouri’s top Middle Level youth volunteer in the 2014 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program. In Sarah’s volunteer project, which was also her Girl Scout Silver Award project, she demonstrated leadership by designing and furnishing reading rooms at HavenHouse St. Louis. HavenHouse is a home-away-from-home that serves more than 3,000 patients a year and their families, who travel to St. Louis from all over the United States and 46 other nations to receive medical treatment.

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LMS Science Olympiad Team Places First Regionally

The Ladue Middle School Science Olympiad Team for placed first in the regional competition held on February 1, 2014. The competition team placed in the top four for all 23 events, and the training team placed in the top five for 18 of the 23 events.

3-D Printers Bring Ideas to Life

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By showing students what a concept might look like, or how it might operate in real life, 3-D printers are increasingly being used as educational tools in schools.  The Ladue Education Foundation has recently approved a grant to purchase a 3-D printer for Ladue Horton Watkins High School.  In this picture, students at Conway Elementary are watching a demonstration to see how these types of printers are used in business, and education to assist in refining concepts and ideas by displaying them in three dimensions.

Laduettes Again Take Two Firsts in Dance Competition

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The Laduettes won first place in both Hip Hop and Pom at the St. Charles Classic Pom Pon Competition on January 25, 2014.  The team’s Hip Hop dance scored the highest of any dance in the competition.  The team is coached by Julie Fields and Alexandra Guenther.

HEC-TV Films More “Explore!” Segments at LHWHS

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On January 24, 2014, HEC-TV once again visited the Ladue Horton Watkins High School Marshall TV Studio to film two segments of their popular program Explore!  Ladue Schools students regularly participate in the production process, and this time, high school senior Anne Donnell appeared as a guest.

See how LHWHS students helped HEC-TV produce Life as a Dog and The Human Body: Eyes and Ears.