Logos School

Basic Information

Address: 9137 Old Bonhomme Rd, St. Louis, Mo 63132
County: St. Louis
School District: Independent
Phone Number: 618-997-7002
President: Dr. Kathy Fenger
Principal: Nicolas Wren
School Type: Middle, High School

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Additional Information

Accreditation: Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) and approved by the Missouri Department of Secondary Education (DESE), the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE), and the Council on Accreditation (COA)
Founded: 1970
Organization Affiliation: Logos School is a proud member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), Independent Schools of St. Louis (ISSL), and the Children’s Service Coalition. We are accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) and approved by the Missouri Department of Secondary Education (DESE), the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE), and the Council on Accreditation (COA), demonstrating our commitment to rigorous standards of excellence. Additionally, we are accredited by BBB Charity and have achieved the GuideStar Seal of Transparency, demonstrating accountability and transparency in all aspects of our operations.
Ages/Grades: Grades 6 - 12
School Setting:

At Logos School, we embrace diversity and inclusivity, welcoming students from all backgrounds and abilities. With a continual enrollment of over 100 students in grades 6-12, we serve individuals with various emotional, behavioral, and academic challenges, ensuring that every student has the opportunity to succeed. We understand the unique needs of students with Individualized Education Programs

School Schedule: 7 class hours in a day. 9:00am - 3:20pm
School days in Calendar Year: 199 including summer term of 22
School Holidays: Labor Day, Fall Break (2 days), Thanksgving & Day after, Christmas Break (2weeks), Martin Luther King, President's Day, Spring Break, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Juy 4th,

Our community is built on support and collaboration. Students are embraced by an encouraging peer community, fostering connections, empathy, and shared growth experiences. Through collaborative learning environments and extracurricular activities, students develop meaningful connections and a sense of belonging, creating a positive and inclusive atmosphere where they can thrive academically, emotionally, and socially.

School Size: 120 students max capacity
Classroom Size: 5 - 7 students per class
Student/Teacher Ratio: 6:1


Financial Aid:

At LOGOS, we partner with each family to determine tuition affordability based on their unique financial position. We recognize a private education is a significant financial investment and make every effort to use financial aid to bring tuition within the family's ability to pay. Families are welcome to begin the FAST Financial Aid Application Process at any time during the admissions process. Financial aid decisions are made after the student has officially been accepted to LOGOS. All families must reapply for financial assistance each school year. Financial aid applications for returning families are due April 30 of each year.


At Logos School, we provide comprehensive therapeutic and academic programming designed to nurture each student's development. We understand that success encompasses more than just academic achievement; it's about fostering emotional well-being, personal growth, and leadership skills. We believe in providing traditional experiences and leadership opportunities to enrich our students' educational journey.
Our academics include rigoris state-approved curricula (MO & IL) including honors and remedial courses, and a variety of electives, including life skills classes and art. Student-centered, discovery-oriented teaching methods incoporate kinesthetic, auditory, visual and verbal learning styles.

Percentage of Graduating Class: 98%
Support Services:

Our innovative and intensive therapeutic program is the cornerstone of our approach. Upon enrollment, every student is paired with a dedicated therapist who works closely with them to develop and support their therapeutic and academic goals. We provide real-time interventions and weekly individual and group therapies, with optional family sessions, ensuring students have the support they need to
thrive in and out of the classroom.
Our therapists apply a cognitive behavioral approach, drawing on the principles of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to provide effective and personalized care. Our rigorous academics are state-approved and encompass a range of honors, remedial, and elective courses, including life skills classes and an art program. Our student-centered teaching methods support diverse learning styles and promote discovery by incorporating kinesthetic, auditory, visual, and verbal techniques.

Computer Capabilities:

All students are provided a chrome book for their lesson plans and assignments. In cases where the chrome book is not appropriate other arrangements may be made.

School Championships:


School Clubs:

Student Ambassadors Program, Student Council, National Honor Society, Student Mentoring Program, SELF
(Students Expressing Life Freely), Student Event Planning Activities, Volleyball, Soccer and Basketball


Notable Graduates/Alumni:


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Uniform Guidelines:

No Uniform

Admissions Deadline: We have open enrollment throughout our 11-month academic year and we accept students on a rolling basis, offering pathways for private enrollment or enrollment through home school districts.
Mission Statement:

Logos School provides a lifeline to students through a transformative, personalized therapeutic and academic program, fostering a path to hope and success

Philosophy/Belief Statement: A world where every student’s journey leads to a brighter future.
School History: Since 1970, Logos School has served over 2,000 students through a proven model that has helped adolescents who may have otherwise been left without options in school, and sometimes, in life. Logos School leads the St. Louis region with its evidence-based approach to academic success. As an independent, accredited school, we are committed to our inclusivity and dedication to providing exceptional services to our diverse student body.
Programs and Services:

●Comprehensive support
● Intensive, Innovative Therapeutic Services Under One Roof
○ The therapeutic program is the mainstay of the school’s approach; every student is assigned a therapist upon enrollment who supports their therapeutic and academic goals.
○ Real-time interventions, weekly 1-hour individual sessions, 2-hour group sessions (minimum), and optional family therapies are provided.
○ Brief therapeutic interventions allow students to process immediate incidents in a safe space, enabling them to readjust and return to their classroom.
○ Group therapy focuses on the new student phase, various behaviors/skills, and the leadership/transition stage.
○ Therapists employ a cognitive behavioral approach and are trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
● Rigorous Academics
○ State-approved curricula (MO and IL) include honors and remedial courses, and a variety of electives, including life skills classes and art.
○ Student-centered, discovery-oriented teaching methods incorporate kinesthetic, auditory, visual, and verbal learning styles.
● Traditional Experiences and Leadership Opportunities
○ MSHSAA-affiliated athletic teams: volleyball, soccer, and basketball
○ Social activities like prom and formal graduation
○ Required community service hours
○ Leadership opportunities through various clubs, student event planning committees, a mentorship program, student council, a student ambassador program, and the National Honors Society
Meets Each Student Where They Are
● Every student in grades 6-12 receives a personalized therapeutic treatment plan and a learning plan.
● For students transitioning to life after Logos, interests and abilities are assessed, and activities are designed to prepare them for post-secondary education, employment, or independent living.
Family preservation
● Therapists maintain weekly contact with family to discuss progress, challenges, strategies, and resources they may need.
● Teachers engage in individual contact with families at conferences three times per year, as well as regular communication for IEPs, behavior intervention meetings, transitional service, and other student-specific concerns.
● Monthly virtual family meetings with the Head of School provide opportunities for open dialogue and collaboration with school leadership.

Notes/School Information:

Subject matter expertise and exceptional services
● Logos School boasts a 3:1 student-to-staff ratio, ensuring personalized attention and support.
● With a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio, students receive individualized instruction and guidance.
● Our team includes 13 licensed therapists, providing expert therapeutic support to meet students' emotional and behavioral needs.
● Among our 21 teachers, 58% hold advanced degrees, demonstrating our commitment to academic excellence and subject
matter expertise.
High expectations - and history - for success
● Average ACT score of 24.4 outperforming the state average of 20
● Each year, 15% of our students successfully mainstream and graduate from their home schools, demonstrating our commitment
to academic achievement.
● With a graduation rate of 98%, Logos School ensures that nearly all students achieve their high school diploma.
● 92% of our graduates advance to post-secondary education, paving the way for future success.
● Since 1970, Logos School has served over 2,000 students, providing a proven approach that has transformed the lives of
hundreds of adolescents who were otherwise left without options in school, and sometimes, in life.