• The Arts Front and Center

    All of our students participate in some aspect of our arts program – fine, performing and/or practical. It’s at the heart of a Burroughs education.

  • Tennis Takes State

    The JBS girls varsity tennis team won the Class 1 State championship, and sophomores Kiki Peters and Maddy Duncan took second in doubles.

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  • Back at The Hague

    In Burroughs’ 28th international model UN conference, 20 juniors and seniors returned to The Hague (in the Netherlands) for some serious politicking.

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  • Dance Marathon

    Students put on the 2016 Dance Marathon, raising $16,000 for a non-profit founded by a JBS faculty member to improve medical facilities in the developing world.

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  • Weatherstripping

    JBS students and faculty have a stake in the greater St. Louis community. Working with EnergyCare to weatherstrip homes is just one of dozens of service initiatives undertaken every year.

  • "The Drowsy Chaperone"

    The JBS Players presented the Tony Award-winning parody about a man who drops a needle on this favorite record, bringing to life a 1938 musical comedy.

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  • Bio Drey Land

    As the culmination of a year-long, lab-based study of biology, 9th graders engaged in field ecology study at Drey Land, our 40-acre campus in the Ozarks.

  • JBS SMV in the Motor City

    At the Shell Eco-Marathon Competition in Detroit, the Burroughs super mileage vehicle placed sixth in its division and attained a high mileage of 218 mpg.

  • Make That Three in 2015-2016

    … three state championships that is. The boys track team joined the girls tennis and football teams in securing the top spot in state.

  • Class of 2016!

    102 grads head to 56 colleges, with three or more attending Columbia, Chicago, GW, NYU, Northwestern, Princeton, Richmond, USC, SMU, Wash U and Yale.

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