A private, independent, Catholic, college preparatory school which recognizes both the worth of each student's intellect and the importance of fostering caring citizens who will become lifelong learners
Baccalaureate Mass was held on May 23. Blessings for a wonderful senior class! We are very proud of your accomplishments and of the outstanding leadership you have provided Barat Academy. May the goals of LOVE, LEARN, SERVE, BUILD and GROW stay in your hearts and bring you joy and happiness for many years to come!
Goal III: Schools of the SACRED HEART commit themselves to educate to a social awareness which impels to action.
Congratulations to Max Floyd for another strong finish at the 2018-2019 Class 1 Boys Golf State Championship in Sedalia, MO!
Students in grades 9 through 11 from Barat Academy will presented their Service Learning Exhibitions. Presentations addressed how students directly and indirectly served the St. Louis Community, advocated for the marginalized and conceptualized social enterprises, while learning how their experiences related to our global society and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
FEEL-GOOD MOMENTS at this year's Festival of the Arts when parents, teachers and students gathered to listen to our band and view the art show. Celebrating in the arts is one of many ways to BE EXCEPTIONAL at Barat Academy.
Post-Dispatch Scholar Athletes were honored at Bush Stadium during Friday’s Cardinal game. Barat Academy’s own Mia Davis was honored for her sport and academic accomplishments. Learn more about Mia by clicking on the photo.
CONGRATULATIONS to Lauren Barrett, Ryan Graham, Nina Du and Nick Albers for capitalizing on the opportunity to participate in the Youth Leadership St. Louis program for the 2019-2020 school year. The Youth Leadership St. Louis (YLSL) program was established in 1989 and brings together 30 public, private and parochial schools from across the region to inform, connect, prepare and empower high school students to become civic and community leaders.
Last week all Barat Prep and Barat Academy students and faculty were invited to walk laps around the school for the next 12 days as a reminder to the challenges underdeveloped countries have to accessing and transporting clean water.
One senior from each of the 30 Archdiocesan schools receives this prestigious award. Mia has committed her time to many hours of community service. In addition to being a counselor at Camp Weloki, Mia has provided service at Broemmelsiek Park, Crisis Nursery, St. Louis Community Living and the Pujols Family Foundation.