St. Louis Language Immersion Schools’ Language Immersion Co-Laboratory

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St. Louis Language Immersion Schools (SLLIS) was designed to combine language immersion and inquiry-based teaching in a public school environment. In our commitment to inquiry-based instruction and professional growth, SLLIS routinely sends teachers and administrators to visit peer schools across the US to learn from their practice. In our visits, we’ve learned that many of […]

South City Preparatory Academy Now Enrolling for the 2014-2015 School Year

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It’s hard to believe that we are already talking about the 2014-2015 school year, but next year is quickly approaching.  We are on the hunt for new families to become part of our South City Prep community.  If you know of any families that would be a good fit for our school, please encourage them […]

KIPP: Victory Academy Elementary School

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Opening August 2014 Now accepting applications for Kindergarten and 1st grade St. Louis city residents. KIPP: Victory Academy is part of the KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) network of free, public charter schools that has a reputation for providing a high results college preparatory education for K-12 students in over 140 schools across the nation.  […]

St. Louis Language Immersion French School, Spanish School Named International Baccalaureate World Schools

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From St. Louis Language Immersion Schools: Congratulations on IB World School status The last day of school before Winter Break, The French School and The Spanish School received confirmation from International Baccalaureate Organization that they are now authorized IB World Schools for the Primary Years Programme (PYP). Authorization is an amazing testament to the work […]

The City Garden Facility Story – How Did We Get Here?

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The City Garden Facility Story: How Did We Get Here? A Story of Creative Financing, Tax Credits and Community Collaboration for the Common Good Question:  How can government, corporations, small businesses, and non-profit agencies better support each others’ work in their respective sectors while partnering together to create positive social change? Answer:  Come find out […]