Anna Laine, senior at Barat Academy College Preparatory School, was one of 30 area high school students honored with the Dr. Martin Luther King Model of Justice Award Sunday, Jan. 20, at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis. The awards ceremony is a highlight of the 43rd annual Mass for the Preservation of Peace and Justice, which commemorates the birth and legacy of Rev. King.
Winter Storm Gia brought more than heavy snow from the Rockies to the Mid-Atlantic states on Jan. 11 to 13. The highest snow total was 20.3 inches in Columbia, Missouri. The Barat Campus recorded 10 inches!
Girls Basketball Team defeat Wright City on January 11. Way to go Eagles!
Students at Barat Academy and Barat Prep give back to organizations who need food this holiday season.
Ryan Joehl, Barat Academy senior, had a great meet at the U.S. Paralympics National Swimming Championship in Tucson, AZ December 15-16. He achieved personal best times and first place medals in all three of his events - 50 breaststroke, 100 breaststroke and 200 breaststroke. Congratulations Ryan!
Barat Prep’s Bee Club was highlighted in the December 17th issue of West Newsmagazine. What a great hands-on learning experience.
Christmas caring is in the air at Barat as friends and family, students and staff, and alumni come together to celebrate Christmas Basket Liturgy. Baskets full of food items were donated to families in need.
Barat Academy, a thriving premier private high school in Chesterfield Valley along with the newly founded middle school, Barat Prep, are pleased to announce the 12th annual Barat Academy Dinner Auction to be held Saturday, January 26, 2019. All proceeds will benefit Barat Academy and Barat Prep.
It is with a heavy heart that we say “good-bye” and best of luck to the Lu He students who will be returning to Beijing, China to complete their high school careers. Each student is holding their certificate of active and successful participation while here for this semester and a gift and note from one of their teachers from China.
Congratulations to the Jingle Belles! Anna Laine, 12th grade, and Audrey Coletti, 6th grade, combine forces to compete in an after school physics event to see who can make the fastest Santa Sleigh carrying 100 mg weight. With a time of 5.73 secs, the Jingle Belles secured a first place trophy and also tied for the most creative design.