Our School Mission

Through our commitment to Catholic values and academic excellence, St. Louis School exists to educate lifelong learners who transform the world through intellect, love, justice and peace.

Our goal is to teach as Jesus taught.  At St. Louis School we strive to develop the intellect of our students in an environment that nurtures creativity, joy of learning, and Catholic values. The personal development of each child occurs in a faith-filled environment, leading each child toward self-esteem, responsibility, and accountability. Activities are offered to promote a positive self-concept for each child. In this way, students, parents, teachers, and administrators work through Christ to develop integrity, initiative, cooperation, Christian character, and self-direction. Learn more about our vibrant school community and become a member of the SLS family today!

Aqua Knights Succeed!

Over the past winter St. Louis School Aqua Knights, a group of ambitious third, fourth and sixth-grade students, worked diligently to prepare for the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Regional competition, building a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) and preparing a companion presentation. The Aqua Knights were one of just 35 teams


“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 they will never be alone as long as they walk with God and that St. Louis will always be a place they can call home.

Community Support

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 their A+ Rewards Program. SLS also earned $1659 in “Together in Education” rewards from Harris Teeter,

St. Louis... where spirit and mind rejoice!

August 27, 2018
  • Parents of New Students in PK-8 -- Orientation -- 7:00-8:00 p.m. -- Cafeteria

  • Parents of Pre-K - Orientation - 6:00-7:00 p.m. - Howard Bishop Rooms

August 29, 2018
  • K-8 Classroom Visits and drop off supplies -- 5:00-6:30 p.m. -- enjoy a Kona Ice, too!

September 3, 2018

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