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  •  STLCC Award Ceremony

    Lindbergh High School Students Earn STLCC Dual Credit, Enrollment Honors

    Lindbergh Schools has been recognized by St. Louis Community College for leading the area in student participation in its dual credit and dual enrollment programs during the 2023-24 school year. Lindbergh Schools partners with STLCC to provide students the opportunity to receive college credit as high school students. This takes place through the Dual Credit program, where students earn college credit for classes taught by high school instructors, and Dual Enrollment, where students earn college credit by attending classes at STLCC-Meramec. The partnership allows students to save money on college tuition, and the program continues to grow. During the May 2024 regular Board of Education meeting, Lindbergh Schools earned Certificates of Recognition from STLCC as the top school district in the following categories: Most Dual Credit Students 2023-2024 Most Money Saved Overall 2023-2024 In addition, Lindbergh Schools was nominated for honors in the following categories: Highest Increase in Dual Credit Section Offerings Highest Average Savings Per Dual Credit Student Overall, 513 Lindbergh High School students were enrolled in at least one dual credit class at the high school during the 2023-24 school year, and 57 students were enrolled in the Dual Enrollment Early College program. Students collectively saved $1,999,919.50 in college tuition costs, compared to the cost of credit hours at public colleges or universities in Missouri. They also earned a total of 5,510 dual credit hours. “Our partnership with the STLCC dual credit and dual enrollment programs allows students who are already doing rigorous, college-level learning to also get a jumpstart on a college degree and save thousands of dollars in college tuition,” said Dr. Ronni Zagora, Executive Director of Secondary Education. “We are delighted to see incredible growth this year. These numbers are the result of a strong commitment from both LHS students and teachers to push themselves beyond traditional high schoo

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  • LHS Students Participate In Mehlville Fire Training

    Lindbergh High School students on May 8 had the opportunity to work with the Mehlville Fire Protection District during a mass casualty training simulation. Student volunteers acted according to the injury they were assigned, also using prop blood and being organized by color based on their injuries.

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  • Finance Board Advisory Committee Update: May 14, 2024

    During the May meeting of the Finance Board Advisory Committee, Chief Financial Officer Joel Scheible reviewed finance related Board of Education agenda items, and discussed various topics related to school finance.

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  •  Lindsey Pham standing infront of a Lindbergh Schools sign

    Lindbergh Internship Program: Preparing Students Through Experience

    Lindbergh High School has many programs, including the internship program, that allow students to get real-world experience in the field they hope to pursue. The program is part of Lindbergh's Diploma Plus program, which provides students with the opportunity to graduate with more than just a high school diploma

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  • 9 Lindbergh students to continue performing arts endeavors in college

    Nine Lindbergh High School students committed to continuing their performing arts pursuits during a signing day ceremony held recently at LHS.

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  • Board Approves Prop R Updates to LHS Pool

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted on April 18 to approve updates to the Lindbergh High School natatorium pool mechanical system as part of Prop R 2024 bond issue improvements.

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  • 29 Lindbergh student-athletes sign letters of intent to compete at next level

    On Thursday, April 25, 29 Lindbergh High School student-athletes committed to continuing their academic and athletic pursuits during a signing day ceremony held in the LHS gymnasium. 

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  • Farmers Club Committee Begins Planning Student Experience

    Teachers, parents, students and local experts met on Thursday, April 25, to begin planning what the student learning experience will look like at the future Lindbergh Farmers Club.

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  • Student life commitee

    Student Life Board Advisory Update: April 4, 2024

    Dr. Jill Lawson, executive director of assessment and student services, led the meeting .

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  • Teaching and Learning Board Advisory Committee Update: April 23, 2024

    During the April meeting of the Teaching and Learning Board Advisory Committee, Chief Academic Officer Dr. Tara Sparks shared recommendations from the Embedded Credits and Academies Task Force, which met this year with the goal of designing high school programming that will begin in the 2025-26 school year.

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  • Technology Advisory Committee Update: April 22, 2024

    The final Technology Advisory Committee met on April 22, 2024, at Lindbergh High School to tour the high school's dedicated drone aviation space The Hangar. The Hangar space is a landscaping shed turned drone aviation space. It's still a work in progress, but the hope is the space will be fully converted into lab space for continued student use.

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  • Securly Introduces Safe AI Tool to Support Student Learning

    Lindbergh’s Teaching and Learning team has been researching tools to provide students with appropriate access to Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) resources, while also ensuring student data privacy, supporting academic integrity and keeping students safe online.

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  • Finance Board Advisory Committee Update: April 16, 2024

    The Finance Board Advisory Committee met on April 16 to discuss finance-related Board of Education agenda items and other topics of importance to the district's finance and operations.

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  •  Ribbon cutting near dog park

    Lindbergh, Sunset Hills Partner to Support Safe Walks to School

    Lindbergh Schools and the City of Sunset Hills recently celebrated the completion of a new sidewalk project that will create more walkable neighborhoods for the community and support safe student travel to and from school.

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  •  Waters named Teacher of the Year

    Lindbergh Schools Names 2024 District Teacher of the Year

    Lindbergh Schools and the City of Sunset Hills recently celebrated the completion of a new sidewalk project that will create more walkable neighborhoods for the community and support safe student travel to and from school.

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    Local Educator Leaves $1.7 Million to Establish Scholarship for Future Teachers

    Dr. Mary Louise Zieger's educational journey was marked by remarkable achievements and a lifelong commitment to education and community service. Now, her generous gift to the Lindbergh Schools Foundation will help to support future teachers for years to come.

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  • Unofficial Election Results: April 2, 2024

    Lindbergh voters approved Prop R, a $150 million no-tax-rate-increase bond issue that will support building equity across elementary schools, much needed middle school renovations, safety upgrades districtwide and a PK-12 agricultural STEM learning center on the Concord Farmers Club site. Prop R required 57.15 percent for approval.

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  • Teaching and Learning Board Advisory Committee Update: March 26, 2024

    The Teaching and Learning Board Advisory Committee met on March 26 to hear updates from the district and learn more about ongoing revisions to the district's science curriculum.

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  •  LHS

    LHS Seniors Honored as Missouri Scholars 100 Recipients

    Lindbergh High School seniors Cindy Yao and Brett Ninneman have been distinguished as two of the top academic students in the state through the 2024 Missouri Scholars 100 program.

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  •  BOE Logo

    Prop R 2024: Our Promise to Students, Families and Taxpayers

    Lindbergh Schools has been a destination school district for students, families and teachers for many years, thanks to the strong support of our amazing community. We are grateful for that ongoing support and remain committed to responsibly stewarding our taxpayers’ investment in outstanding academics, operations and facilities.

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