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  • Busch Middle School of Character and Saint Louis Public Schools are unwaveringly committed to inclusion. Here at Busch Middle School of Character, nearly 30% of our students are English Language Learners. We come from nearly every neighborhood in St. Louis, speak almost 20 languages among us, and celebrate our diversity every day. Click here to read Dr. Adams' message about inclusion in our district.

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Welcome to Busch

  • BUSCH MIDDLE SCHOOL OF CHARACTER

    busch building 5910 Clifton
    St. Louis, MO 63109
    Office 314-352-1043
    Fax 314-244-1728 or 314-244-1729

    Principal: Robert Lescher
    Hours: 7:10am - 2:07pm
    Grades: 6-8

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Principal's Corner

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    Welcome to the Busch Middle School of Character Principal's Corner

    Hello Busch Families,
     
    The 2019-2020 school year is going to be an incredible year as we grow in our mission to being a leader in the nationwide character education movement. 
     
    Our staff continues to educate ourselves and grow. We are continuing our partnership with Alive and Well, which will help us better serve students who have experienced trauma. In addition, we will continue our journey in becoming a therapeutic and nurturing staff. 
     
    There are many opportunities for you to be involved with your child's education this year. Please follow us here and on social media (Busch Middle School of Character on Facebook) to stay updated of events and PTO meetings. You are an integral part of our community! 
     
     
    I look forward to working with you and I am grateful for the opportunity to serve the students and families of Busch. 
     
     
    Respectfully,

     

    Robert Lescher

    Busch Middle School of Character

    Principal

    (314) 324-2150

     


     

Our Mission

  • Our Mission: Our mission is to inspire our students to value academic and personal growth through character education and to empower them to become contributing members of our global society.
     
     

     

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Ms. Quimby, a 2016 Teacher of the Year

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