Academics

St. Pius X High School is a comprehensive four-year Catholic co-ed college preparatory school. St. Pius X prepares students for success in various types of post-graduation lifestyles: continuation of education in a two or four-year college or technical school or entrance into the military or workforce.

The St. Pius X High School graduate will…

  • Articulate the key elements of the Catholic faith and model Christian behaviors
  • Build relationships with positive team building and leadership skills
  • Understand and develop individual learning styles in order to participate in the enjoyment of lifelong learning for mind, body, and soul
  • Communicate ideas and opinions effectively, clearly and concisely both orally and in written format
  • Embrace rigorous approach to learning, while connecting academics to relevant world applications
  • Read, research, process and present information from a variety of valid resources
  • Respect human diversity and the international community

Class of 2017 Statistics

73 graduates

100% of the class will go on to a post-secondary school

32% will attend two-year colleges or technical schools

68% will attend four-year public or private universities

5 graduates or 7% will attend a Catholic college or university

72% of the class of 2018 received scholarships

$1,839,794 in ACCEPTED academic, leadership, merit, and  athletic scholarships over two or four years of college

5 seniors earned tier one Bright Flight Scholarships from the Missouri Department of Higher Education scoring a 31 or  higher on the ACT which places them in the top 3% of graduates in Missouri

5 more seniors earned tier two Bright Flight Scholarships from the Missouri Department of Higher Education scoring a 30 on the ACT which places them in the top 14% of graduates in Missouri

The Class of 2018 was accepted for admission into 34 different colleges and universities in 7 states

They are attending 24 different schools in 7 states including Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Iowa, Arkansas, and Nebraska

We hosted 4 exchange students this year — 1 from Denmark and 3 from Germany. The St. Pius X name will certainly continue to be represented globally.