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Ladue Schools Students, Staff and Alumni Respond to Crisis in Ferguson with Support for Students and the Community

As the tragic situation in Ferguson, Missouri unfolded, Ladue Schools staff and students have rallied to provide support for Ladue Schools students, students in the Ferguson-Florissant school district and the community at More »

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Six LHWHS Students Participate in 2014 STARS Program

Six Ladue Horton Watkins High School students participated in the 2014 Students and Teachers as Research Scientists (STARS) program at the University of Missouri – St. Louis (UMSL.)  STARS pairs students with More »

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LHWHS Graduate Now Prominent Concert Pianist

Ingrid Jacoby Is A Prominent Concert Pianist Living In London But She Got Her Start Right Here In St. Louis And At Ladue High School  It’s not easy to make a living More »

LHWHS’ Donnell Inspires

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As reported in MoMileSplit…

Ladue juniors Annie Donnell and Allison Moehrle share a unique bond seldom seen on the track.

They run every race together. Share every practice stride with each other. They’re almost inseparable. And it has to be that way. Moehrle serves as the eyes for Donnell, who has not let her blindness deter her from training and competing for the Rams.

Old Bonhomme’s Jim Places First in State

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Justin Jim, a kindergartener at Old Bonhomme Elementary School placed first in the Missouri State Boys Gymnastic Championship.  Jim participated in the 4-5-year-old age category.

LMS Science Team Wins State Competition

LMS Science Olympiad

The Ladue Middle School (LMS) Science Olympiad team placed first in the April 12, 2014 state competition, qualifying the team for the national tournament.  The national tournament will be held this year at the University of Central Florida and this is the twentieth time in LMS’ 25-year club history to qualify.

Ladue/Clayton Support Coaches v. Cancer

For the second year in a row, students from Ladue Horton Watkins High School and Clayton High School combined efforts to raise funds for Coaches vs. Cancer.  This program, sponsored by the American Cancer Society, empowers coaches, their teams, and their communities to join the fight against cancer by participating in awareness efforts, advocacy programs, and fundraising activities.  

LHWHS Students Exhibit at Young Artist Showcase

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The following Ladue Horton Watkins High School students had work accepted into this year’s Emerson Young Artists’ Showcase at the Artists’ Guild juried by Jesse Cerruti:

  • Ingrid Olson
  • Samantha Robbins (Will and Erna Rudolph Annual Prize for Young Artist, $100)
  • Stella Schindler
  • Ashley Turner
  • Bailey Washington
  • Hejin (Mary)  Xiao (Ciola Longmire Memorial Prize for Human Figure, $100)
  • Madison Yang (Clay Eugene Jordan Annual Prize for Drawing, $100) (Pictured)

Nike’s Access to Sport brings ICSPAH to Old Bonhomme

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On April 3, 2014, Old Bonhomme Elementary hosted a group of 19 visitors from the International Chinese Society for Physical Activity and Health. The delegation was brought to the U.S. by Nike’s Access to Sport.

Alumnus Continues Speech and Debate Success

Jerome Gregory (class of 2013) placed 5th in After Dinner Speaking at the American Forensic Association (AFA) national tournament. He was also a quarterfinalist in Communication Analysis and Impromptu Speaking. The AFA is the premier collegiate national speech and debate tournament.

Washington Post Names LHWHS on Most Challenging List

On April 7, 2014, Ladue Horton Watkins High School was named as the third most challenging high school in Missouri behind Metro Academic and Classical and John Burroughs.  The rankings are derived by the number of college-level tests given at a school in the previous calnedar year divided by the number of graduates that year.

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