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LHWHS Hockey Player Scores 7 of 10 Goals To Win Match

Congratulations to LHWHS junior and hockey player Zachary Levy, #10, for scoring seven goals and one assist in last week’s game against Priory! The end score was 10-3.   Photo courtesy of More »

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LHWHS Graduate Recognized at Veiled Prophet Ball

Annie Donnell, a 2015 graduate of Ladue Schools, was featured in Town & Style’s recent edition for her participation as a maid at the 2015 Veiled Prophet Ball and her dedication to More »

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High School Boys Soccer Team Sets School Record

Congratulations to the high school boys soccer team for their outstanding season and shout-out in the December edition of Town & Style! The Rams set a school record with 29 wins. The More »

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Talking Rams Take First Place in Randy Pierce Winter Classic Sweepstakes

The speech and debate team competed at the Randy Pierce Winter Classic hosted by Pattonville this past weekend—the last tournament of the semester! The team took 1st place in Sweepstakes! Congratulations to More »

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Talking Rams Take Home the Wins at George Armstrong Heart of Illinois Speech Invitational

Nine members of the Talking Rams, the high school speech and debate team traveled to Bradley University to compete in the George Armstrong Heart of Illinois Speech Invitational! This tournament is our More »

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2016 Missouri History Teacher of the Year Rob Good Interviewed by UMSL Daily

Ladue Horton Watkins High School history teacher Rob Good was named the 2016 Missouri History Teacher of the Year by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. UMSL Daily recently interviewed Rob to learn more More »

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Senior Featured in Town & Style as Sport Standout

Senior Hans Chan was recently featured in Town & Style as a “Sport Standout” for his passion and drive in pursuing both piano and soccer throughout high school. Hans plans continue both in More »

Eleven LHWHS Seniors Sign Letters of Intent to Play College Sports

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Congratulations to all of our Ladue Horton Watkins High School senior athletes who signed letters of intent to join sport teams at their colleges and universities of choice! The event was held on Feb. 3, 2016, in the LHWHS cafeteria.

The following athletes will play sports at the following schools:

Benjamin Cobin Grinnell College Tennis
Misa Gamble Canisius College Rowing
Anna Hartig College of Wooster Soccer
Brandon Jarrett Lindenwood University Belleville Baseball
Kaitlin Mills Missouri Baptist University Lacrosse
Justin Moore Robert Morris University Football
Christopher Naunheim Maryville University Soccer
Mark Rogers Truman State University Basketball
C.J. Tammons Rhodes College Football
Hunter Wallace Harvard University Rowing
Alexander Morose Truman State University Wrestling

LHWHS Students Attend Second Gateway2change Summit

unnamedMore than 300 students from school districts across St. Louis, including some of our own Ladue Horton Watkins High School students, convened at the University of Missouri-ST. Louis J.C. Penney Center on Wednesday, Jan. 27 to work on the “STL Student Summit on Race.”

The goal of this second summit of the 2015-2016 school year was to “Activate Action” by turning “passive news waters into positive news creators.”

Four Ladue Schools Students Published in Collection of World War II Stories

Four Ladue Schools students from three elementary schools have stories and an illustration published in “Echoes from World War II: Young Writers Sharing Family Stories.” This book has been published by The Grannie Annie Family Story Celebration in honor of its 10th anniversary.

Swim Coach Saves Drowning Boy After Recent CPR Training

St. Louis Area Polo coach JD Shrewsbury saved one of his young swimmers in January, thanks to his recent training in CPR and First Aid. All coaches in the Clayton Water Polo Club are certified and trained by the Ladue School District’s own Corey Miller, an American Red Cross instructor and coach.

Technology Integration Coach Chosen for Google Academy

Patricia Brown_GoogleCongratulations to Old Bonhomme’s Technology Integration Coach Patricia Brown, who has been chosen to attend the Google Certified Innovator Academy, which will be held in Mountain View, California, on Feb. 24- 26.

The program includes three days of hands-on experience with Google’s products and technologies, learning about innovative instructional strategies and receiving resources to share with colleagues.

Brown is one of 35 participants chosen for their innovative and exciting things in their classrooms with technology.

“They will discover how to unlock creativity, translate insights into solutions, experiment rapidly, and build an effective innovation culture in their own schools and organizations,” according to a news release. “The Innovation Academy is just the beginning of a journey with peers—and Google—to impact education in their communities.”

With the completion of the program, the participants will become Google Certified Innovators.

Third Annual Ladue Dance Marathon Breaks Another Record

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This was another record-breaking year for the third annual Ladue Dance Marathon! About 175 students put in a lot of hard work this year, raising a total of $31,146.03 for the Children’s Hospital and SSM Cardinal Glennon. 

Last Saturday, Jan. 30, the Ladue Horton Watkins High School (LHWHS) students held their dance marathon and found out the total amount of funds raised through their efforts.

The Talking Rams Place 1st in Capital Classic Tournament

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The speech and debate team had a great weekend at the Capital Classic hosted by Jefferson City High School. The team placed 1st in team sweepstakes in a tournament of 28 schools!

Congratulations to the following students on their accomplishments:

United States Extemporaneous Speaking

  • Noah DiAntonio, Semifinalist
  • Simi Falako, Semifinalist
  • Patrick Naughton, Semifinalist

Old Bonhomme Students and Staff Stand Up and ‘Choose to Be Nice’

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Our Old Bonhomme students and staff came together last week in a show of solidarity against hurtful language by spreading the message “Choose to Be Nice.”

One of the school’s crossing guards experienced a situation in which two separate drivers used racist language toward her while she was trying to keep kids and parents safe at the crosswalk. 


Screen Shot 2016-02-01 at 12.57.50 PMRecently, Old Bonhomme’s Character Education and Diversity committees have been working closely to instill the ‘Choose to Be Nice’ theme this school year. The program is a social movement and dedicated to encouraging and inspiring kindness. The goal is to improve the way people interact with each other by reminding them that they have a choice about how to “be” in the world. 

LHWHS Tri-M Music Honor Society Hosts Benefit Concert

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The Ladue Tri-M Music Honor Society held a benefit concert for Play it Forward on Monday, Jan. 25th in the orchestra and band room. The group held an instrument drive during the concert, and the entrance fee of $5 per person will go toward underprivileged music programs in St. Louis area schools.

LHWHS Student Volunteers Prepare for Run and Run S’more 5k and 1-Mile Fun Run

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Ten Ladue Horton Watkins High School students are preparing for the first ever Run and Run S’more 5k Run and 1-Mile Fun Run event, which will be held on Feb. 28, 2016. Runners and walkers of all abilities will take to the streets in support of health and wellness for families enduring long hospital stays.

When 12-year-old Jackson Hill passed away after a tough battle with osteosarcoma, a bone tumor, his family began the Jackson Hill Foundation to transform their profound loss into positive change.