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  • A Private School Education, in a Public School!                                                                                                                                                                                  

    Admission for the 2015-2016 School year begins in August 2014!
     
     
     

    Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience (CSMB)                                              

     

    Admission requirements include:

     

    • 6th and 7th grade final report card and first semester report card of 8th grade 
    • 7th grade Standardized test score (MAP, IOWA, Stanford or other national achievement test)
    • Excellent attendance record (documented)
    • Two letters of recommendation (current teacher, counselor, principal or designated administrator
    • Entrance essay with our Mission as the focus
    • Excellent behavior/discipline record
    • Student & Parent Interview
    • SLPS Magnet School Application for city residents and the Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation (VICC) Application for county residents

    If accepted, students must attend (if needed) the CSMB Summer Academic Academy and (all) freshman are required to attend a one week orientation during June of 2015

     
    Apply online at: www.slpsmagnetschools.org
     
     
    Please fax admission requirements to: (314) 244-1790
     
    Please mail admission requirements to:
    Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience
    450 Des Peres Ave.
    St. Louis, Mo. 63112
     
    Ph. (314) 696-2290Fax. (314) 244-1790
     
    For information, contact Principal, Chip Clatto at chip.clatto@slps.org
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Principal's Corner

Students & Principal Welcome to our website!

Please take a few moments to investigate our community. Our inaugural school year with our first freshmen class, was amazing! We are truly energized with what lies head for our students.

Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience was established to create a diverse and rigorous learning community committed to discovery, innovation, collaboration, and academic excellence for future healthcare providers and research scientists. 

Our student body comes to us from 36 different zip codes and middle schools from districts such as: Kirkwood, Ladue, Lindbergh, Mehlville, Parkway, Ritenour, Rockwood, Webster Groves, Valley Park, parochial, private, charter, and St. Louis Public Schools.

Technology also plays a vital role in the life of our community, enriching teaching and learning and enhancing communication among all constituents.

I am sure you will agree that the breadth and depth of our academic program; plus opportunities that only CSMB students will be afforded through our partners, BJC Healthcare, Goldfarb School of Nursing, St. Louis College of Pharmacy,St. Louis University Medical School, and Washington University School of Medicine, makes for a unique educational experience.

I hope you get a sense of that spirit of camaraderie that distinguishes Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience in this community, and the dynamic people who make it all possible.


  Sincerely,
 
 
 Chip P. Clatto
 Principal