Tag: Clayton High School

Clayton High School student receives Emerson scholarship

Lian Anderson, a student at Clayton High School, has been awarded an Emerson National Scholarship. She is among 30 recipients of the scholarship awarded annually to children of Emerson employees. Anderson, of Clayton, is the daughter of Elizabeth Anderson, Sr. Associate General Counsel, at Emerson Corporate Headquarters in St. Louis. Winners, selected from among 73 finalists, were announced this week by James E. Jones, Emerson Vice President Human Resources. Anderson plans to attend McGill University […]

Clayton Plan Commission tables vote on initial approval for Azdick Field renovation

PHOTO: An artist’s rendering of the proposed updates to Adzick Field at Shaw Park in Clayton. The Clayton Plan Commission and Architectural Review Board decided Monday to table a vote on whether to award approval to a local architecture company for the Adzick Field project renovation. St. Louis-based Bond Architects pitched an alteration and exterior renovation of Clayton High School’s Adzick Field that would transform the 195,000 square-foot site into a multi-use facility replete with synthetic turf and additional updates […]

Clayton High School named among best in state, nation by Niche

Clayton High School tops a list of the best public high schools in Missouri for 2017, according to Niche. Thirty-four other high schools in St. Louis also made the list by Niche, a website that ranks schools, colleges and neighborhoods.The site used SAT/ACT scores, student-teacher ratio and college placement to determine the rankings. Niche also ranks the schools based on the quality of colleges students consider and attend, parent and student surveys on overall experience, four-year […]

Few transfer students from unaccredited schools remain in Clayton district

Fewer than 4 percent of Clayton High School’s student population comprises transfer students from unaccredited St. Louis City schools, around 30 students, according to the district spokesman. That number has dropped dramatically since kids were first bused in under statutory tuition mandates applied to Riverview Gardens and Normandy, two districts the state took control of after years of failing grades. In 2013, more than a thousand children were bused to some 22 successful school districts […]