Seventeen students in the class of 2017 received National Merit Scholarship competition honors this year
The class of 2017 graduated with more than $25.9 million in scholarship awards.
Webster Groves High School offers 18 advanced placement courses and 33 courses for college credit. In addition, students participate in more than 40 different clubs and activities as well as 22 varsity sports.
The district's Board of Education has received the Missouri School Boards’ Association 2017 Governance Team Award. Only 24 boards in the state received the honor this year.
The state of Missouri honored Avery School as an Exemplary Professional Learning Community School.
The district's award-winning Walter Ambrose Family Center Preschool is nationally accredited and licensed by the state. The Missouri School Boards' Association honored the preschool as the number one early childhood program in the state in the inaugural year of this award, 2010-2011.
The 2017 Niche ranking for best schools in the country place the district at number 7 in the state.
Money magazine has ranked Webster Groves in the top 100 "Best Places to Live" in part for having "top-notch schools."
Webster Groves High School offers experiential education through the Chelsea Detrick Experiential Learning Center, one of the only such centers in the country.
The district is a good steward. Auditors consistently give district finances clean opinions, the strongest positive statement an auditing firm can give. The district's bonds are rated AA+.
The district has provided social justice training to employees for the last 13 years.
Avery School is celebrating 100 exceptional years with a newly renovated, PTO-sponsored front lawn and updated playground.
The Avery community developed updated mission and vision statements that reflect a focus on inspiring and developing student and teacher leaders and provide opportunities for all to follow their passions.
Bristol students have won first place in a University of Missouri music composition competition for two years in a row.
The Bristol PTO is completing the last phase of playground renovation utilizing a grant from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
Bristol students donated $1,000 to the Webster-Rock Hill Ministries building fund.