• 24 National Merit Semifinalists

    While performance on standardized tests is only one small measure of our students' growth and success, we congratulate the 24 members of the Class of 2019 who were named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists and 10 others who received letters of commendation. 

  • Drey Land

    The school's 40-acre wilderness camp in the Ozarks hosts the seventh grade orientation, as well as a science field study program for ninth graders and many outdoor education programs.

  • State Champs ~ Twice!

    This year, our girls golf and tennis teams won their respective state championships, and juniors Gaby Thornton and Sami Remis nabbed the state tennis doubles title. 

  • STAR Opens

    Our new science, technology and research building was ready for the first day of school. Members of our adult community celebrated the amazing 14-month project during our fall alumni weekend.

  • Great Performances

    Our senior orchestra is one of ten instrumental and vocal classes, each of which includes multiple performances throughout the school year. Our Music Department also offers courses in music history and songwriting.

  • Old Newsboys Day

    JBS students and faculty are part of this annual fundraiser that benefits more than 200 children's charities in the St. Louis area.

  • Boys Soccer Takes First in State

    The boys varsity soccer team bested St. Charles West and brought home the Class 2 state championship ~ the fourth championship in the last 10 years.

  • Global Awareness

    Thirty juniors and seniors participated in international collaboration and debate at The Hague International Model United Nations in Qatar. This was Burroughs' 27th annual THIMUN conference.

  • The Arts Front and Center

    All of our students participate in some aspect of our arts program.

  • Boys Tennis Dominates

    The JBS boys team took first in Districts and first in State. Sophomore Akash Rajan also won first place in State singles competition.

  • Class of 2019 ~ They're Off!

    The Class of 2019, numbering 103, graduated on June 2. They are heading to 58 colleges and universities, including two in China.