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Community Support from Giant and Harris Teeter!

Thank you to all who designated SLS as the charitable rewards recipient for their grocery rewards this year. Shelly Sypniewski, Customer Service Manager at the Clarksville Giant, recently presented the school with a check for over $9000 as part of

Congratulations Class of 2018

“Stay joined to me and bear much fruit” (John 15:5). Our school theme this year was the perfect backdrop for our 2018 8th grade graduation and the celebrations surrounding these wonderful students. Monsignor Luca and Mrs. Weiss reminded them that

Einstein Narwhals win at FLL World Festival!

World Champions! After months of preparation and four days competing, collaborating, learning and making new friends at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan, St. Louis School First LEGO League (FLL) Robotics team, the Einstein Narwhals, brought home a Judges award from

CYO Girls move on to playoffs!

Our girl’s 7th-8th grade Basketball team has finished up their regular season in style, placing first in the Lamb of God league with a 10-0 record and first in their division in the St. Mark’s league.  Congratulations to this great bunch

Take a night off from cooking!

Join us for our next Restaurant Spirit night at Ledo’s Pizza in Clarksville. Don’t forget to invite your friends and be sure to bring your coupons with you and present it to the server. Thank you for your support!

Sludge Buddies advance in FLL qualifier

Congratulations to FLL team the “Sludge Buddies” who won the Third Place Champion Award and qualified to compete at the Maryland State Championship at their FIRST Lego League State competition! We are so proud of this hard-working and fun group

Counting down ’til Christmas!

What an exciting few days we have had in anticipation of the Christmas holiday.  Our Christmas program was packed to the rafters with parents, grandparents and friends, all straining to catch a glimpse of our Kindergarten angels and to be

Pre-K Fall Festival

It was a beautiful morning for our Pre-K students to celebrate all the wonderful things about this time of year at their very own Fall Festival. From face painting to scarecrow building, the children had a blast! Thank you to

8th grade seeing RED!

Our 8th graders have received their much anticipated red sweatshirts, a visible sign of their last year at SLS.  For some reason, this tradition is a favorite – and outward sign of the leadership position they hold as students and

St. Louis School 2017 National Blue Ribbon School Profile