Lindbergh Early Childhood Education is one of 17 Missouri schools and 83 schools nationwide to receive the 2017 National School of Character Award from Character.org. Click on the headline for details.
Twelve Lindbergh High School student-athletes recently committed to play collegiate sports. Only about 7 percent of all high school athletes go on to play in college, and only 2 percent earn scholarships.
More than 500 seniors will receive diplomas Tuesday, May 30 as part of Lindbergh High School’s 64th commencement ceremony. The event is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Chaifetz Arena.
Lindbergh High School will offer a new Biomedical Science course next year thanks to a $3,000 Dannette Ward Science Education Grant from Monsanto’s STEM Education Outreach Program.
About 1,000 Lindbegh students in grades K-8 received warm welcomes on May 16 when they visited their new schools for tours, activities and a chance to meet their new classmates. Click on the headline for details.
The Sappington-Concord Historical Society will return to St. Lucas United Church of Christ to host the biggest, little annual Memorial Day celebration in South County on Monday, May 29 at 10 a.m.
The Lindbergh Retired Educators honored four Lindbergh High School seniors with college scholarships during the organization’s annual Spring Fling luncheon. Click on the headline for details.
The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Area Chamber of Commerce recently named Lindbergh High School senior Kaitlyn Crutchley as student of the month for April. Click on the headline to learn more about Kaitlyn.
Lindbergh High School has been recognized as one of the most challenging high schools in the nation by The Washington Post. The publication ranked more than 2,300 high schools nationwide.
Lindbergh Schools will not have to make up days missed due to flooding on May 3-5. The 2016-17 calendar will remain unchanged, and the last day of school for students and teachers will be Friday, May 26.
Lindbergh High School Student Council hosted a sold-out Taste of Lindbergh event on April 21, which raised more than $3,200 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
The Special School District of St. Louis County recently recognized Lindbergh High School senior John McManemin for his determination and commitment to excellence during the Commitment to Kids banquet.
Lindbergh High School students Aidan Kelley and Rounak Bera were honored by Lindenwood University for their outstanding performance in the Math Association of America-American Math Competition.
Girl Scouts in Lindbergh collected more than 45,000 personal care items for women in need during the organization’s April Showers drive. April Showers is the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri’s largest service event.
Lindbergh High School Student Council is one of nine high schools in Missouri and 259 nationwide to earn the 2017 National Council of Excellence Award from the National Association of Student Councils.