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South City Prep is a FREE, public school open to all 5th – 8th grade students in St. Louis City, regardless of their neighborhood, socio-economic status, academic achievement, or ethnicity.

St. Louis College Prep High School

We are so excited to say that we are on track to begin our first high school in Fall 2015! We are currently in the process of recruiting 100 scholars to make up the first freshman class of the first high school in South City Prep’s network. If you are, or know, any 8th graders who has what it takes to be a First Class scholar, please return the completed application and contact our high school principal Eric Rowe at (314) 943-4979 or by email  erowe@southcityprep.org to schedule a home visit.

2014-2015 High School Application Packet

Spots Still Available!

It is not too late to enroll your child for the 2014-2015 School Year. We still have spots available in the 5th and 6th grade and spots available on the wait list in the 7th and 8th grades. Fill out our online interest form by clicking here and a member of our staff will contact you to set up a tour and fill out an application. Spots are filling up fast and are filled on a first come first serve basis, so act now! This year, if you recommend a family to our school and they complete a full application, you will get a $25 gift card to Target.  That’s right, you don’t have to wait to see if they enroll in the fall, you get a gift card if they just fill out an application!  Spread the word about our great school to your friends, relatives and neighbors and help us get fully enrolled this year.

Questions about Lifework Assignments?

If you forgot your lifework assignment for the evening, finding out what your missing is just a click away.  Check out our Daily Lifework Assignment link for the most up to date information.

Learning is always fun.

For a great example of this mantra in action at SCP, check out this Math Chant Video. Not to be outdone, you need to check out our 5th grade scholars Rolling their numbers.

Photo Credits: Erin Rankin