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South City Preparatory Academy (SCP) & St. Louis College Prep High School are non-profit, public charter, college prep middle & high schools in South St. Louis.  We provide FREE education and transportation to scholars in grades 5th – 9th, with a student body as socioeconomically and racially diverse as St. Louis itself.


History in the making at South City Preparatory Academy

New Facilities acquired for Fall 2015

New Facilities Acquired for Fall 2015

St. Louis College Prep High School will open in August 2015

We will welcome a freshman class of 100 scholars.  One of them could be you! Are you serious about getting to and through college? Would you thrive in a true college-prep environment with others students who share your dream? And are you excited about earning early college credit?  Then you and St. Louis College Prep High could be a fantastic fit. To learn more, click below to be redirected to the St. Louis College Prep High School website.


2015-2016 Enrollment Has Begun!

South City Prep is now accepting applications for the upcoming school year beginning in August 2015. Spots are available in 5th – 9th grade. Please fill out the interest form below and a member of our staff will be in contact with you shortly to discuss our application process. You may also drop by our school located on South Grand Boulevard between the hours of 8am and 4:30pm to pick up an application. We encourage anyone interested to reserve their spot now before our grades fill up!

2015 -2016 Interest Form

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