Top Reasons to Join Our Team

  • Highly Qualified and Dedicated Teachers

    • More than 450 certified teachers
    • Low turnover rate with an average of 5% per year
    • Teachers have been recipients of Innovative Technology Education Fund and Emerson Excellence Teaching grants, along with local grant opportunities

    Collaboration and Personalized Professional Learning

    • Professional Learning Communities in each school
    • Lindbergh Teacher Institute, LindberghU and leadership development programs
    • Teachers work with administrators and have a voice in their building culture

    Innovative Practices

    • Student-centered learning experiences encourage critical thinking, collaboration, creativity and communication
    • District instructional technology specialists provide hands-on professional learning and support
    • Future-ready practices such as innovative learning spaces, blended learning and design-thinking

    Engaged, High Achieving and Well-Rounded Students

    • Students are respectful, hard-working and excited to learn
    • Approximately 55% of high school students are involved in extracurricular activities each year
    • Students lead at all levels

    District Awards and Achievements

    • National District of Character
    • 8 National Schools of Character
    • 6 National Blue Ribbon Schools
    • Lindbergh High School is nationally recognized by Newsweek, The Washington Post and U.S. News and World Report
    • St. Louis Post-Dispatch 2020 and 2021 Top Workplaces

    Supportive Community

    • Lindbergh staff, families and community work together to challenge all students to achieve their full potential
    • Community partnerships with local organizations such as Rotary, Kiwanis and Lindbergh Lights the Way
    • Active community volunteers in Parent Teacher Organizations, Booster Clubs, OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring, special needs committees and other programs

    We Prepare Students for Success

    • Lindbergh High School Class of 2021: By the Numbers
      • Graduates: 524
      • More than $12 million in scholarships
      • Graduates attending college: 388 (74.1%)
        • Four-year colleges: 260
        • Two-year colleges: 128
      • Schools of advanced training: 16 (3.1%)