Each year, U.S. News & World Report releases its list of best high schools in America. This year, Ladue Horton Watkins High School (LHWHS) was ranked second overall in Missouri and 363rd nationally. See article for complete information. In Missouri, 517 high schools were ranked, with LHWHS being the highest ranked public school and coming … Continue reading “U.S. News and World Report: LHWHS Top in State”
In mid-March, the Ladue School District participated in statewide testing for radon conducted by the Missouri Department of Health. The test involved randomly placing 187 detectors in ground level classrooms and common areas district wide. Recently released results reflect all of our schools tested well below the Environmental Protection Agency’s recommended action level. Based on … Continue reading “Statewide Radon Tests Reflect No Cause for Concern for Ladue Schools”
Thanks for coming to visit! We hope you will stay awhile, look around and see all that’s new. A few things you will notice are a new streamlined look, intuitive navigation, and updated content. Plus, this website is responsive and can easily be viewed on a wide variety of electronic devices. Learn more about the … Continue reading “Welcome to the New Ladue Schools Website!”
Beginning July 1, 2017, the two top leaders at Ladue Middle School will take on different roles. Dr. Tiffany Taylor-Johnson, who is currently the Associate Principal of the Ladue Middle School, will become the principal, and the current Ladue Middle School Principal Greg Baber will take on the newly-created position of Activities Coordinator.
The Ladue School District is pleased to announce that Laila Crabtree, currently a seventh grade social studies teacher at Ladue Middle School, will be joining the Curriculum & Instruction Department as the Curriculum Coordinator for English Language Arts (ELA) and Social Studies beginning in the 2017-18 school year. Mrs. Crabtree is replacing Mary Hickey, who … Continue reading “Laila Crabtree Appointed Curriculum Coordinator”