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http://stjohnsluth.org/sermons/july-10-2022-take-courage-pastor-caleb MICDS is a college-prep, coed school for grades JK-12 located on a 100-acre campus in Ladue, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. From a state-of-the-art STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) facility to professional quality theatres, art studios, music rooms, outstanding athletic fields and facilities–including an 80,000 square-foot Athletic Center featuring a field house and fitness center–to many inviting and intentionally-designed student-centered common areas fostering our close-knit community; the campus and its resources support the School’s goals of delivering an unparalleled learning experience in a supportive campus community. Our mission is to help students discover their unique talents, preparing them for higher education and a life of purpose and service as an engaged citizen in our ever-changing world.
St. Louis is a vibrant cultural destination boasting a wide array of attractions for visitors, including Forest Park, home to one of the top zoos in the world and the St. Louis Art Museum; the unique City Museum, a combination of playground, funhouse, and architectural marvel made out of unique, found objects; the mighty Mississippi River; the St. Louis Cardinals; the St. Louis Blues; St. Louis University, and Washington University.
MICDS offers the opportunity for students to shadow students and their normal classes, design an individual schedule based on student interests, or shadow adult members of our community in order to provide insights to students as they consider college options, fields of study, and career choices.
Living Arrangements and Travel
Network students will live with MICDS School families in a homestay experience.
Students should fly into Lambert-St. Louis Airport (STL) where they will be picked up.
Applicants should complete the Network Student Information form and return it to the Network Advisor at their home school. We welcome students at any time August through April; however, since arranging for housing can take a while, we encourage interested students to have their Advisors contact us at least six weeks prior to the intended visit.
Individually arranged for one to two weeks throughout the year. Homestays may not be available over the two-week winter break or two-week spring break, which always falls the last two weeks of March.
|Advisor Name:||Erin Hamill|
|Title:||Director of Global Learning and Upper School Community Service|