Juniors have the opportunity to take the PSAT and can qualify students to be a part of the National Merit Society Program. The senior semifinalists are Ella Kelly, Emma Rohrs, Benjamin Miller and Matthew Curtis.
Volleyball will honor of late teammate Kara Wrice Sept 30, in Roberts Gym against Northwest High School.
Freshman and JV will play at 4:30 p.m., and Varsity will play at 5:30. There will be a silent auction, a short tribute from Varsity players and a collection of money in between sets of the game.
Money collected will be donated to the scholarship fund in Wrice’s name.
Due to concerns about COVID-19, Kirkwood High School and Webster Groves High School will host separate Friendship Dances this year.
According to an emailed announcement from the administration, having separate dances “will ensure space for social distancing and the ability to follow other health and safety mitigation practices.”
Lunch and breakfasts will be served in the cafeteria. Both lunch and breakfast will be free. For lunch students will be able to choose from deli, nacho, pizza and grill lines.
2021 summer reading has been released for students. This is required reading for all students entering English classes in the upcoming academic year.
Men’s golf team placed third in the State tournament May 17 and 18, at Twin Hills Golf Club in Joplin. The last time the golf team placed in the State tournament was 1957.
With COVID restrictions in St. Louis still in place when it comes to social events, Pride, which usually takes place in June, has changed dates.
Prom is to take place on Saturday, April 17, at Busch Stadium from 7 to 9 p.m.
STUCO is sponsoring a spirit week next week, April 12-16, leading up to Prom on April 17.
Young Poets Perform is a free event that will take place on April 22, from 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. The opening and closing of the event will feature musicians, junior Gant Gibson’s band and senior Sonia Bergfeld. Young Poets has been… Read More ›
Sophomore Service day was cancelled this year due to COVID. In its place, the Chelsea Center has organized a schoolwide service challenge: “Dub-G Does.” Students and staff interested in participating should first choose a community or independent volunteer activity. After… Read More ›
STUCO elections will take place Friday, April 2. Students will vote via a Google Form sent over email. STUCO elections were moved from March 31, to April 2, to allow students who are running more time to campaign instead of… Read More ›
Seniors Justin Barker and Erica Magee have been named Missouri Scholars. This means that these two seniors were some of the top 100 academic students in Missouri.
Student-led band Castillo will perform a concert on Saturday, March 13. Gates open at 4:30 p.m., and the show begins at 5 p.m.
The concert is located at 653 Amelia Avenue, and admission is $3 dollars.
All funds will be put towards studio recording time for the band.
In the event of rain, the show will be rescheduled for Friday, March 19.
Juniors have the opportunity to take the PSAT. It automatically qualifies students to be considered for the National Merit Scholarship Program. This year’s finalists are seniors Justin Baker, Fiona Smith and Caitlin Noel.