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Tuesday, February 9, 2021 - 11:15am

Looks like two public high schools in STL have made the honor roll.

Both Ladue Horton Watkins and Clayton high schools were listed in the "Best Public High Schools in the U.S."

In the list containing 100 public high schools, the highest-ranked one in Missouri — at No. 59 — was Ladue, which has about 1,300 students.

Clayton High, which has about 900 students, registered on the list at No. 86.

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 - 11:15am

Hands-on learning flows naturally in Ryan Hampton’s industrial technologies classrooms at Columbia High School. The phrase “I’ll never use this when I grow up,” is not applicable within his world of carpentry, construction, welding, machining and drafting. His students have the privilege of learning real-world skills through his lessons – skills that stretch and empower both the mind and the hands.

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 - 11:15am

For 150 years, the University of Central Missouri has provided unparalleled student support, exceptional academic programs and valuable learning opportunities, helping students achieve success through affordable access to a high-quality education. Originally established as a training school for teachers, UCM opened its doors in 1871 with only 30 students in a rented building. It is now home to approximately 10,000 students who represent 43 states and 32 countries.

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 - 11:15am

Do you run a summer camp for kids? We would love to hear from you. We are working with Blueprint4Summer to compile St. Louis’ most complete guide to summer camps, and we need your help.

First, create a free account online at blueprint4summer.com. After you have created your account, send an email to zasmine@clark-fox.com with the name of the camp you represent.

Thursday, June 28, 2018 - 9:20am

ST. LOUIS • On one school day last month, more than 30 Hamilton Elementary students sat cross-legged on the gym floor, laughing at an episode of the ’90s television show “Recess” that was being projected on the wall.

They were watching TV because they had no gym or art teachers that day, said substitute teacher Janet Burns, who was supervising them. Those teachers were absent.

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