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    Proud Past, Innovative Future
    We provide our students with an education for an inspired life.

    Our Mission
    As members of the Webster Groves High School community we are dedicated to helping young people become capable, responsible and productive members of families, communities and a global society. To these ends, we provide a foundation of knowledge in a variety of disciplines designed to strengthen communication and problem solving skills, technological competencies, ability to gather and assess information, and the capacity to adapt to a changing world. We encourage life-long, aesthetic involvement, character development, and active concern for others. We foster a safe working and learning environment in which all members of the school community are encouraged and expected to succeed. By respecting and promoting the development of the individual, we enable all to strive to their fullest potential.

    Our Curriculum 
    Students may choose their classes from over 200 courses offered in grades 9 through 12 to meet graduation requirements. Comprehensive courses are offered in basic disciplines of English, social studies, mathematics, and science. Art, business education, drama, speech, health, family and consumer science, industrial education, world languages, music, experiential learning, Makerspace, T.H.R.I.V.E., and physical education are included in the curriculum. College credit or advanced placement is offered in over 40 courses.

    Our Culture
    With our rich history, noted alumni and distinguished scholars, we have much to be proud of.  Over 70% of our students are involved in at least one club/sport.


    Our Profile

    The District
    Now in its 154th year, the Webster Groves School District serves students in five neighboring communities in suburban St. Louis, Missouri, including Glendale, Rock Hill, Shrewsbury, Warson Woods, and Webster Groves. This community, with a district population of approximately 32,000, includes many business, academic, and professional persons. It also represents a broad spectrum of socioeconomic groups and cultural interests. Webster University and Eden Theological Seminary are located in the school district, as are several parochial and private schools

    The High School
    Since 1906, the High School has been accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. In addition, the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has determined that our school is an accredited secondary institution. Webster Groves High School holds membership in the National Association of College Admission Counselors (NACAC), and the Missouri Association of College Admission Counseling (MOACAC).

    The Faculty
    The faculty consists of 128 teachers, one full-time librarian, seven counselors, a school nurse, a social worker and six administrators. The majority of the teaching faculty holds a master’s degree or above. Five members of the faculty hold a doctoral degree.


    What We're Celebrating

    • Success of innovative programs
      • Chelsea Center for Experiential Learning
        • Student internships
        • Service learning
        • Travel opportunities
      • Makerspace/AMPED
      • Thrive
      • Robotics program—2-year program (11th year of program)
      • A+ Schools Program—24 years
      • Webster Challenge—120+ students committed to closing the achievement gap
      • Webster Academy/Statesmen Center for non-traditional learning
      • Future Leaders Seminar--a summer opportunity for all incoming freshmen to facilitate the transition to high school
      • Renaissance—students and staff working together to emphasize respect, responsibility, involvement, safety, and education
    • Eight students received National Merit recognition
    • State and national recognition of fine arts--band, choir, orchestra, visual arts, and drama students
    • Staff recognized as area, state, and national leaders
    • Recent success in all sports and activities
      • We offer nearly 60 different clubs/activities and 23 varsity sports
    • ACT, SAT, AP scores – significantly higher than state averages
    • State EOC (End-of-Course exam) results are significantly higher than the state averages.
    • Continued improvements to our 119+ year building, while maintaining rich tradition
    • Equity Resolution and ABAR policies in place
    • New course offerings
    • Advanced Placement Course Offerings
      • Over 20 classes offered for Advanced Placement
      • Over 40 classes offered for college credit
    • Graduation rate—over 96%
    • The Class of 2023 earned  over $32.3 million in scholarships.

    We are supported by a great community, Board of Education, and parents.

    Schedule a visit today to tour our beautiful campus in Webster Groves, Missouri.  We offer tours on Thursdays at 10:10 a.m.