Special Education Schools and Centers
|Department of Special Education|
|Catholic Education Center|
|20 Archbishop May Drive|
|St. Louis, MO 63119|
The Department of Special Education extends special acknowledgement and gratitude for the financial support for its mission received from:
Special education elementary schools for children whose learning disabilities, attention deficits, or other cognitive processing deficits require special education:
9333 Clayton Road
Ladue MO 63124-1511
Ms. Gerre Book, Principal
The Academy at St. Sabina
1625 Swallow Lane
Florissant MO 63031
Ms. Jay Persinger, Principal
Elementary school learning centers (located adjacent to a general education parish elementary school) for children whose learning disabilities, attention deficits, and cognitive processing deficits require that part of their curriculum be taught in a special education classroom:
Ascension Learning Center
238 Santa Maria
Chesterfield MO 63005-1631
St. Joan of Arc Learning Center
5821 Pernod Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63139
Center for children with autism and other developmental disabilities:
St. Gemma Center for Children with Autism and Developmental Disabilities
15712 Clayton Road
Ellisville MO 63011-2300
High school special education services offer individualized curriculum (at John F. Kennedy Catholic High School), Students receiving Transitional and Academic Resources--STAR program (at St. Mary's High School) and intensive interventions (at Trinity Catholic High School) for students with specialized learning needs at the secondary level.
John F. Kennedy Catholic High School (Coed)
500 Woodsmill Rd.
Manchester, MO 63011-4197
St. Mary's High School (All Boys)
4701 S. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63111-1498
Trinity Catholic High School (Coed)
1720 Redman Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63138-1797
Click below to download brochures:
|Department of Special Education||St. Mary's Preschool Brochure|
Parents/guardians of students attending Annunziata School. The Academy at St. Sabina, St. Gemma Center, Ascension Learning Center, and St. Joan of Arc Learning Center...
Catholic Family Tuition Assistance Endowment Fund
The people of the Archdiocese of St. Louis established this endowed fund through their contributions to the Returning God's Gifts campaign. This ten million dollar endowment was established in May, 1999. Grants are made on the basis of financial need as determined by the application process. Grants may be used for Catholic children to attend an archdiocesan or parochial elementary school, an archdiocesan special education school, or archdiocesan or parochial high school. The TTEF application can be found online at www.ttef-stl.org. The application is available after Feb. 1st. The deadline is Feb. 29, 2016.