This content was originally published in St. Louis Magazine's Private School Handbook.
In creating these charts, we strove to be as inclusive as possible, inviting grade schools and high schools in St. Louis; Jefferson,St. Charles, and St. Louis counties; and Madison, St. Clair, and Monroe counties in Illinois to respond to an informational survey. Excluded schools either did not respond or preferred not to participate. All information is self-reported. The information in these charts should be regarded as a starting point only. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
“N/A” means “not applicable”; “DND” means “did not disclose”; “int’l” is an abbreviation for “international.”
Private Grade Schools 1. This chart includes private schools that had at least 50 students enrolled in preschool through grade 8. 2. Some schools also have high schools, but for the purposes of this chart, we asked that administrators only include information that pertains up to grade 8. 3. Some schools list only grades 6 through 8. In most cases, these are schools that incorporate middle school grades into their high schools. We included their middle school students on this chart and their high school students on the next chart.
Parish Grade Schools Because of space constraints in print, SLM was unable to include elementary schools in the Archdiocese of St. Louis or Metro East. Visit archstl.org for more information.
Private High Schools 1. The chart includes schools with more than 40 students in grades 9 through 12 this year. 2. Some schools also include middle and elementary grades.