St. Louis School

About

St. Louis School was opened for the first time on January 3, 1913, with three classes. There were 70 students. The teaching staff consisted of Mother Mary Veronica, Mother Anna Mary and Miss Connersboy. The school was blessed on January 26, 1913. A large crucifix was placed in the school at that time. On April 12, 1928 the top floor and roof burned in a fire. By September 28, 1928 it was repaired and reopened with an enrollment of 144 students.

Principal

Trisha Sotropa

Motto

"Through a safe and caring Catholic environment where children are accepted, affirmed and understood, we will empower our students to express themselves fully."

"Showing the Face of Christ to All"

Programs & Services

Early Learning Program