Christian Brothers College High School

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Students gathered outside the Blessed Mother Grotto
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Quick Facts

Quick Facts

CBC is a fully accredited Catholic, Lasallian, college preparatory high school founded by the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1850.
 
Grades:
9 - 12 (all boys)
 
Total Enrollment:
815 students
 
Tuition (2019-2020):
$15,925
 
Student Fees:
$1,475 for laptop, technology, and activity fees
 
Financial Aid:
CBC awards more than $2,000,000 in need-based financial aid and tuition assistance each year. More than 40% of all students receive some form of financial aid or tuition assistance. A work-study program is also available to students.
 
Admission Criteria:
Admission to CBC is based on the student’s previous academic record, standardized test scores and teacher recommendations.
 
Student Population:
CBC’s student population represents a diverse cross-section of students from different socio-economic, religious, and ethnic backgrounds, as well as students of varying academic abilities and achievement levels.
 
Student-to-teacher ratio:
10: 1
 
Average Class Size:
19 students
 
Advanced Placement:
Classes include English, Calculus A/B, Calculus B/C, Statistics, U.S. History, American Government, Art History, Modern European History, World History, Physics I & II, Biology, Chemistry, and Spanish V.
 
College Credit:
Students earned 2,886 college credit hours in 2017-18 through successful AP Test scores as well as programs offered by Saint Louis University and the University of Missouri - St. Louis.
 
CBC Honors Program:
The CBC Honors Program is designed to challenge academically gifted students as they pursue a rigorous course of study. The program currently includes more than 140 Cadets. The top 10% of CBC students received an average ACT score of 32 - many of those students participate in the CBC Honors Program.
 
Learning Needs Program:
Our Lasallian mission calls us to serve young men from all background and ability levels. The Learning Needs Program at CBC addresses the unique needs of students with diagnosed disabilities to support their pursuit of a college preparatory high school experience.
 
Faculty:
70 full time and 5 part time faculty members
 
Education Level:
78% Masters or above and four of our faculty holds doctorate degrees
 
Years of Experience:
1 - 10 years: 40%
10+ years: 60%
 
 
School Location:
CBC occupies 25 acres at the northwest corner of the I-270 and I-64/U.S. 40 interchange in Town & Country, MO. To access CBC from the west, take the I-64/U.S. 40 eastbound to Mason Road. Make a left at the top of the exit ramp and cross the interstate. Make an immediate right turn onto the North Outer Road. Follow the North Outer Road back eastward toward the CBC campus.
From the east, take I-64/U.S. 40 westbound to the Mason Road exit. Make a right turn at the top of the exit ramp, then make another immediate right onto the North Outer Road. Follow the North Outer Road back eastward toward the CBC campus.