• A+ Program

    For more information e-mail Alandrea.Stewart@slps.org



    The primary goal of the A+ Schools Program is to ensure that all students who graduate from Missouri high schools are well prepared to pursue advanced education and employment.
    This program provides pays tuition and fees for two years to qualifying students to attend a four-year Missouri college, vocational school or technical school. 
    Student eligibility includes the following:
    - Maintaining a 2.5 GPA or higher
    - At least a 95% attendance record for four years (in high school)
    - Performing at least 50 hours of unpaid tutoring or mentoring to younger students or students
      of the same age group
    - Maintaining a record of good citizenship
    - Registering for selective service


    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Drill Team and Color Guard


    For more information e-mail


    Air Force Core Values:

              Integrity First

              Service Before Self

              Excellence in All We Do


    Cadets have the opportunity to practice and perfect drill and precision movements. Team work and building a sense of camaraderie and community are at the core of this team.


    The Aerospace Science course introduces the historical, scientific and technical aspects of aerospace.    Leadership Education provides experiences to develop discipline, responsibility, communication skills, and citizenship.   Leadership Education also includes wearing the Air Force uniform, the proper use of Air Force customs and courtesies, participating in drill and ceremonies, giving and receiving instructions, and acting as leaders.

    College Ambassadors
    For more information e-mail: Robert Green (flowersam@missouri.edu)
    The Soldan College Ambassador program is a leadership group consisting of no more than 10 juniors.  College Ambassadors meet to learn about different aspects of the college going process and in turn, teach what they learn to underclassmen.  College Ambassadors will assist the College Adviser in hosting college related activities such as Senior Night, Financial Aid Night, and Decision Day.  Ambassadors will also be able to attend campus tours as well as a Leadership Conference in the spring on the campus of the University of Missouri. 


    Debate Club
     For more information e-mail: Mary.Maille@slps.org
    Since 2012, Soldan has joined the St. Louis Urban Debate League in which students can compete against other St. Louis Public High Schools, as well as travel to other local tournaments. Practices are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4:30 in room 219.

    Flag Line

    For more information e-mail: (Faculty sponsor to be determined).




    International Club 
    For more information e-mail: Kimberly.Kelly@slps.org
    International Club explores the music, dances, and food for various cultures.  We meet after school on the last Thursday of every month.
    Model UN (United Nations) Club
    For more information e-mail: Tammy.OConnor@slps.org or David.West@slps.org

    Model United Nations is a simulation of the UN General Assembly and other multilateral bodies. In Model UN, students step into the shoes of ambassadors from UN member states to debate current issues on the organization's agenda. While playing their roles as ambassadors, student "delegates" make speeches,prepare draft resolutions, negotiate with allies and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the Model UN conference rules of procedure - all in the interest of mobilizing international cooperation to resolve problems that affect countries all over the world.


    National Honor Society

    For more information e-mail: Alandrea.Stewart@slps.org


    Soldan Band

    For more information e-mail: Chrisena.Brown@slps.org


    Washington University Tutoring
    For more information e-mail: (staff to be determined)
    On Wednesdays and Thursdays this year, we have Washington University tutors to provide students with more individualized attention.


    Student Council
    For more information e-mail: (staff to be determined)
    The purpose of the Student Council is to act as the student government for Soldan, ask for the input of ideas from the student body, act as liaison between the faculty, administration, and the students, improve the school environment, foster school spirit through events and activities, and to act as leaders and role models for the students at Soldan.
    We look for motivated students with a 3.5 GPA, 95% attendance, and no discipline record to help facilitate campus events such as dances, spirit week activities, and community service.