Victories for Floyd Brothers

Congratulations to both Max Floyd, junior, and Alex Floyd, freshman, for their success at the MSHSAA Class 1, District 6 golf meet. This is Max's second consecutive district championship! The brothers will both be competing next Monday, May 5th, in the sectional golf tournament in hopes of qualifying for the state championships! Best of luck to our student athletes!  

Barat Success at St. Louis Science Fair

Barat Academy did very well in the 2018 St. Louis Science Fair. Fourteen projects were submitted, and of those, we received nine third place ribbons, two second place ribbons, and a two first place ribbons. We are also very proud to receive a special award from the Society of American Engineers, St. Louis Post who awarded Catherine Murphy Fowler, Bri Vitale and Kenny Etling a monetary prize along with the Special District Commander’s Award - well done Team! Congratulations also to Sean Graham and to Lauren Barrett who each received a first place ribbon for their fine projects, and to Dylan Barclay, Clayton Hill, Alayna Parsons, Addie Grapperhaus, Grace Weeks, Margaret VanSant, Emily Albers and Ryan Joehl for their second place ribbon. Alex Floyd also achieved second place – congratulations!


Barat Prep saw victories submitting projects for their first year! From five projects submitted, our students were awarded a first place and a second place ribbon. Congratulations to Nate Broyles for bringing home Barat Prep’s first blue ribbon from the St. Louis Science Fair and to Genevieve Broyles for our first second place ribbon. We are also very proud of Mary Kate Lewis, Duncan Brown, and Jimmy Webb for submitting projects.

Student Artwork Showcased This Weekend

Liz Luo's painting "Community Conversations at the Park" will be featured at West County Mall through the entire weekend. On Saturday, April 14th, members of United Way Teen were invited to open the exhibit to engage with mall patrons about the work that United Way does to build strong communities. Below, Liz talks about her own painting. 

Community Conversations at the Park

Many times we go to community places to enjoy the company of others—sometimes quietly as we enjoy the sights and sounds around us, and sometimes with a friend and their family. Either way, community parks serve as a way to connect with nature, ourselves, friends, and meet people that we experience new connections with. Relaxed and recharged, we return to our jobs, schools and homes with a renewed sense of ourselves, our direction for the day, and creative thoughts for the days ahead.

Artist: Liz Luo is a Freshman from Barat Academy High School.

Grapperhaus Signs with St. Louis University

Barat Academy senior Addie Grapperhaus signed a national letter of intent to participate in Track and Field at St. Louis University upon graduation. As a junior sprinter, Grapperhaus won state championship in two events and recorded a second place finish. This year she strives to finish at the top of all three of her events!

With the 2018 Barat season just underway, we look forward to watching Addie succeed as her last season as an Eagle and then at the next level in years to come. Congratulations Addie!

Alumni Fine Finishes Second at Nationals


Alleigh Fine ’20 finishes second at national boxing tournament!

Barat Academy alumni, Alleigh Fine, had huge successes during her first national boxing tournament. Congratulations to Alleigh on showcasing your talents and showing, yet again, the strength of Barat Academy women!

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Hill named Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete

Congratulations to senior Clayton Hill for being chosen as Barat Academy’s Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete for 2018. One member of the senior class from every area high school, who excels both in the classroom and athletics, is chosen to represent their school. In addition to being an upstanding student, Clayton has participated in both varsity soccer and cross country. Congratulations Clayton! Go Eagles!

Dylan Barclay '18 Named National Merit Finalist

Congratulations to senior Dylan Barclay on being recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program as a Finalist.  

In early September Dylan was selected as a Semi-Finalist; about 16,000 students, or approximately one-third of the 50,000 high scorers are recognized with this honor. To ensure that academically talented young people from all parts of the United States are included in this talent pool, Semifinalists are designated on a state-representational basis. They are the highest scoring entrants in each state. NMSC provides scholarship application materials to Semifinalists through their high schools. To be considered for a National Merit® Scholarship, Semifinalists must advance to Finalist standing in the competition by meeting high academic standards and all other requirements explained in the information provided to each Semifinalist

This February, some 15,000 Semifinalists were notified by mail that they have advanced to Finalist standing; Dylan was among those students. 

All winners of Merit Scholarship® awards (Merit Scholar® designees) are chosen from the Finalist group based on their abilities, skills, and accomplishments—without regard to gender, race, ethnic origin, or religious preference. A variety of information is available for NMSC selectors to evaluate: the Finalist's academic record, information about the school's curricula and grading system, two sets of test scores, the high school official's written recommendation, information about the student's activities and leadership, and the Finalist's own essay.

We are so proud of Dylan receiving this high academic achievement and are looking forward to see all that he accomplishes in the future.