Bishop DuBourg High School

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School Facts

Bishop DuBourg High School has a rich history that includes developing leaders in faith and service. It was named for the first bishop of St. Louis. The school moved to its current St. Louis Hills location in 1953 after being founded at Jefferson Barracks. Bishop DuBourg High School boasts more than 20,000 successful alumni in almost every professional, spiritual, and civic field.

Bishop DuBourg High School offers a comprehensive, co-educational experience for students in grades 9-12. The faculty prides itself on a Christ-centered curriculum and rigorous academic standards. Students at Bishop DuBourg are encouraged to grow both academically and spiritually during their four years.

As a comprehensive school, Bishop DuBourg High School challenges students of varying abilities. The individualized curriculum allows students to reach their highest potential in each subject area. As a co-educational school, Bishop DuBourg boasts a sampling of real-life experiences. The entire campus is equipped for a student-friendly atmosphere conducive to learning with access to wireless internet connections, laptops and smart board technology.

Brightergy Solar School

Did you know that Bishop DuBourg is a solar school? DB enlists BrighterClassroom from Brightergy! What does this mean?
 
BrighterClassroom is a focused energy education program developed by Brightergy and the EarthWays Center of Missouri Botanical Garden. The program is currently used in schools and districts that have, or will have, energy efficient lighting and/or solar panels installed.
 
The lessons and activities align with Common Core and Next Generation State Science Standards.
 
DB has a fully installed set of Solar Arrays that live on the east roof. They enable teachers to coordinate this subject into their classrooms and it also helps DB save money on electricity!
 
Please see the documents below for more information about the solar panels!

Missouri Department of Social Services

Children’s Division Child Abuse & Neglect

Hotline Number:

1-800-392-3738

For additional information related to reporting incidents of suspected abuse, please refer to the Archdiocese’s Policy, Procedures, and Guidelines on Child Abuse and Neglect Reports or contact:

Office of Child and Youth Protection

(314) 792- 7704