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School Counseling

The Upper School Counseling Office fosters an environment where students and parents all feel safe, heard, and valued. We create a comprehensive counseling curriculum that includes academic, social/emotional, and college and career development for all students. Starting from a metaphysical basis, we provide the tools and framework to handle any student need.

Through our Counseling Curriculum (monthly, grade-level-appropriate sessions) and individual meetings with students, we ensure that all students are prepared for what’s to come after high school.

Our experienced counselors develop strong relationships with each student, working closely with them throughout their Upper School experience. Starting in freshman year, we build a rigorous academic plan and support them as they explore their interests and aspirations. Later, we help students identify a range of colleges and universities that match their interests and support them throughout the application process, guiding them to choose the best possible fit.

A low student-to-counselor ratio allows us to effectively address individual academic needs and to support students with key life lessons—achieving balance, staying motivated, fostering relationships, and maintaining high community standards.

Students and parents are encouraged to contact their counselor with any questions or concerns.

Academics at a Glance

  • 95% students attend college/ university

  • 8:1 student-teacher ratio

  • 12 AP and college-credit courses

  • 10+ STEM projects completed per semester, per student 

  • 1 Upper School Learning Engagement Center

  • 11 national/international trip opportunities

  • 89% of faculty have advanced degrees

Meet the School Counseling Team

Kelly Brown

Director of School Counseling
9th–12th Grades (Last Names A–L)
Email Kelly
314.275.3515

Erin Selover

School Counselor
9th–12th Grades (Last Names M–Z)
Email Erin
314.514.3139

Katherine Lewis

US Registrar/Office Assistant
Email Katherine
314.275.3550

School Counseling Resources

College and University Acceptances

The 37 members of the Class of 2022 received 114 acceptances from 67 colleges and universities. 

Institutions where our 2022 graduates were accepted:

Augustana College
Boston University
Brookhaven College
Cabrillo College
California State Polytechnic University-Pomona
Central Arizona College
Clemson University
Colorado School of Mines
Eckerd College
Fashion Institute of Technology
Florida Institute of Technology
Florida Polytechnic University
Florida Southern College
Florida State University
Fordham University
George Washington University
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
Hawaii Pacific University
Indiana University-Bloomington
Jacksonville University
Lindenwood University
Los Angeles Pierce College
Loyola University Chicago
Maryville University of Saint Louis
Michigan State University
Missouri Baptist University
Missouri State University-Springfield
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Ohio State University-Main Campus
Principia College
Regis University
Robert Morris University
Saint Louis Community College
Saint Louis University

San Francisco State University
Santa Barbara City College
Santa Clara University
Santa Monica College
Seattle University
St Charles Community College
Stevens Institute of Technology
Texas Tech University
The University of Texas at Austin
The University of Texas at Dallas
Tufts University
United States Naval Academy
University of California-San Diego
University of California-Santa Cruz
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus
University of Denver
University of Florida
University of Houston
University of Indianapolis
University of La Verne
University of Miami
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
University of Missouri-Columbia
University of Missouri-St Louis
University of Oregon
University of San Diego
University of San Francisco
University of Washington-Seattle Campus
Washington State University
Washington University in St Louis
Webster University
Westminster College