Rams Together Updates

Admissions Info, Distance Learning & Coronavirus Response

ADMISSIONS TOURS: With new procedures in place, we are open for tours: https://www.micds.org/tours. APPLICATIONS: We are still accepting applications for all grades for the 2020-2021 school year: https://www.micds.org/apply. DISTANCE LEARNING & CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE: Find out more about distance learning at MICDS and how we've responded to the coronavirus pandemic here: https://www.micds.org/ramstogether.


The Rams finished 2nd in Districts to the eventual State Runner-up Visitation 5-3 and second in the Metro League tournament to eventual State Champion John Burroughs. The Rams biggest win came during the regular season head-to-head contest against Visitation, which they won 6-3. Caleigh McClain ‘19 teamed up with Journee White ‘22 to qualify for the individual doubles competition at State and finished in 5th place with a win over John Burroughs. During homecoming weekend, White had the win of the year against the defending State singles and doubles champion. McClain and White earned All-Metro League 1st Team honors. Winning All-Metro League 2nd Team honors were, Sydney Cheaney ‘19Abby Lee ‘19 and Meredith Goldberg ‘20. Coach Patrick Huewe was recognized by the United States Tennis Association with the High School Coach of the Year Award for the Saint Louis District and the Missouri Valley Section. A season highlight occurred when both MICDS and Westminster teamed up to raise funds and awareness for autism in honor of Connor McClain, Caleigh’s younger brother, and a player with ties to the WCA Coach.