If you're looking for a good high school in St.
Louis, you'll want to check out Chaminade College Preparatory School.
It's a Catholic school for boys, and its motto is "Be a Man," the St.
Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
"Everything at Chaminade is created from the perspective of how young men learn-how they interact, build relationships, and see the world," says the school's website.
The 18-acre campus is just one mile from Grant's Farm, and the school's 7:1 student-teacher ratio "allows for personalized attention and support, and its focus on character development, service learning, and public speaking helps build the next generation of leaders," per the site.
It's not the only good high school in the area: The Post-Dispatch also lists Bishop DuBourg High School and Lutheran South High School as well. Read the Entire Article
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