Read all you can, talk to other parents, talk to us—all great ways of gathering information about Community. However, until you've visited and experienced it for yourself, you won't know the true "feel" of the School.
Admission events allow parents/guardians to visit and explore Community School. These events introduce visitors to our rich and challenging curriculum and expert faculty. Visitors will have the opportunity to see the campus, hear from school leadership, meet with faculty and interact with current parents. RSVPs are not required for either event, but are appreciated.
Open House - Saturday, Nov. 3 at 9:00 a.m. - There will be a short presentation from the Head of School, Admission Director and two young alumni, followed by tours of the school. RSVP here. (Childcare for ages 2 and up is provided at the Open House.)
Connect with Community - Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 9:15 a.m. - Usually a bit more intimate than the Open House, hear from the Head of School, Division Directors and two sixth graders, then see the school in action on a tour. RSVP here.
Schedule a Private Tour at Community School
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings private tours are available by appointment. You'll have the opportunity to meet with Admission Director Dana Scott Saulsberry and take a tour of the school. These tours are generally led by current parents or the Admission Director, and are a great way to see the school in action!
To arrange a visit, please contact our Admission Office or call (314) 991-0005 x315.
In the meantime, we invite you to explore more about the school here:
Community School Resources
Read common questions about Community School and get answers about tuition, after school programs, and more!
Learn how Community School sets the standard for academic excellence among St. Louis-area elementary schools.
Familiarize yourself with our STEAM curriculum that balances technical skills with creativity and critical thinking.
Lower Division Learning
Information about preschool through 2nd grade programs
Upper Division Learning
Information about 3rd grade through 6th grade programs
Integrated Arts Education
Building students' understanding of complex topics through weaving arts education throughout our entire curriculum