• National Merit Semifinalists

    Twenty-seven seniors were named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists. Another 14 students received Letters of Commendation.

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  • 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.

  • Barton Named a STEM Innovator

    JBS’s Dan Barton was named one of 10 Missouri STEM Educator Innovators. The statewide K-12 award recognizes science, technology, engineering and mathematics teachers.

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  • 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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  • 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.

  • Dance Show

    Sixty-five students were involved — as dancers, choreographers and tech crew — in the annual dance show, which featured modern, jazz, lyrical, ballet, hip hop and tap dances, complemented this year by a Chinese lion and fan dance as well as two Indian dances.

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  • Young Alums on the National Stage

    We have more than 6600 living alums, all of whom have great stories. But there is something rather extraordinary when four of our youngest appear in national magazines in January 2015. Check out their stories – and many others – on our web site.

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  • THIMUN Qatar

    Eighteen students and three faculty chaperones attended THIMUN Qatar – Burroughs’ 27th international model UN conference but our first in Qatar.

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  • "Little Shop of Horrors"

    With a cast of 25 – including one very hungry plant – the JBS Players presented "Little Shop of Horrors." The musical is one of 11 annual performances.

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  • Holi: Spring in Flying Colors

    Gathered in the Quad, dozens of students participated in Holi, the Indian spring celebration of colors.

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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.

  • Our 90th Graduation

    Before the Class of 2015 graduated on May 28, there was time for pictures ... formal … and not so formal!

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  • Track Takes #1 and #2 Spots

    The girls track & field team took 1st place at the 2015 State (Class 3) meet, and the boys team took 2nd. Both teams were District and Sectional Champs as well.

  • Burroughs' 10th Presidential Scholar

    Honoree Ryan Thornton '15 poses with Sandra Mueller, science (retired), and Frankie Freeman, a member of the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars.

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  • Cultural Immersion in Spain

    For 10 days in June, 21 students traveled with faculty on the biennial trip to Madrid, Segovia, Besullo, Comillas, Bilbao and Barcelona.

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