• Merit Scholars

    Eighteen members of the Class of 2018 have been named National Merit Semifinalists. An additional 11 students have been commended by the program.

  • 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.

  • Great Performances

    The grade 7 and 8 play is one of many opportunities for students to perform on the Haertter Hall stage.

  • Top Form at State

    In the fall, JBS athletes snagged the doubles and singles titles in tennis and the state cross country championship.

  • Learning Leadership

    Leadership opportunities come in many shapes and sizes ... like planning a major fund-raising event for the entire student body.

  • Old Newsboys Day

    Students have a stake in the greater St. Louis community. Old Newsboys Day — supporting children's charities — is one of dozens of annual service projects.

  • Global Awareness

    Thirty-six juniors and seniors participated in international collaboration and debate at The Hague International Model United Nations conference, held in the Netherlands in January.

  • The Arts Front and Center

    All of our students participate in some aspect of our arts program — fine, performing and/or practical.

  • Girls Track & Field Takes State

    Our varsity girls track and field team won the Class 3 state championship in a nail-biting competition at Licklider Stadium in Jefferson City.

  • Graduation 2018

    Ninety-seven members of the Class of 2018 graduated in the re-constructed grove just north of the new Science, Technology & Research Building. By the end of the summer, they will have matriculated to 57 colleges and universities across the country.