The Ladue Horton Watkins High School (LHWHS) College & Career Office is here to serve all students. Whether students are thinking about attending college, pursuing a gap year before college, entering the workforce or serving in the military, we are here to support students as they plan their futures.
Approximately 95% of LHWHS students choose to continue their education at a college or university, and the match between student and college is one of our primary concerns. Therefore, we assist students in discovering colleges that will allow them to achieve the greatest success and to emerge from the experience as well-prepared as possible to lead productive and satisfying lives. Our function is to guide students and families in making the best decisions to meet their goals, while acknowledging that the final decision-making role remains with the student and his or her family.
Students’ best interests are served through good communication among the four parties involved—the student, the school, the parents, and the colleges/universities, and the LHWHS College & Career Office seeks to facilitate that communication between all parties.
College & Career Resources
ACT & SAT
Collegeboard.org is a helpful website that provides important dates and information about SAT and AP testing.
Actstudent.org is a great way to sign up to receive the latest news about The ACT, including registration reminders and other helpful information to prepare students for college and career success.
Naviance is a comprehensive website that parents and students can use to help plan for college. Naviance is linked with the software we use in the College & Career office to track and analyze data about college applications, so it provides current information specific to LHWHS. Call 314-983-5442 for your registration code.
NCAA Eligibility Center
The NCAA Eligibility Center will help you find the tools and information you need to begin the college athletic experience. Explore this site to learn more about NCAA, its athletics divisions, its sports, and other information.
finaid.org helps you begin reviewing important information in the areas of scholarships, loans and savings.
Federal Student Aid is an office of the US Department of Education. Federal Student Aid is responsible for managing the student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965. These programs provide grants, loans, and work-study funds to students attending college or career school.
AP Calendar Schedule
Use this schedule to review all the pertinent dates for all AP exams given at Ladue Horton Watkins High School.
Please note that students should arrive for check-in promptly at 7:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Contact the College & Career Office at (314) 983-5442 with any questions.