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.


Student Standouts for May 22

Student Standouts: Mihalevich ’20, Perry ’20, White ’22 and McCarty ’21

Congratulations to this week’s standouts below. Way to go #RamNation! And as always, if you have a story to share, please email weeklynews@micds.org.

Palmer Mihalevich '20 Named Scholar Athlete

We are thrilled to congratulate Palmer Mihalevich ’20 for being declared our 2020 Scholar Athlete! Palmer is featured in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for her academic successes and athletic accomplishments on the cross country and track & field teams. She will be attending Rhodes College and hopes to work in environmental science. Palmer credits former teammate and MICDS alumna Jacqueline Zoeller ’18 as her model.

This is the 54th year of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete program which “honors one student from every area school, a requirement being that they participate in athletics and excel in the classroom.” Scholar-athletes must letter in at least one varsity sport, be in the top 25 percent of their graduating class and be in good standing at their high school.

Way to go, Palmer!

2020 St. Louis American Players of the Year

Two Rams have made the 2020 St. Louis American Players of the Year list! Congratulations to Parker Perry ’20 who is recognized for her success in Girls Golf. She placed 5th at the Class 1 state tournament! Journee White ’22 is honored for standing out on the Girls Tennis team. She was a district champion in singles and on one of the top doubles teams! Way to go, Ram Nation!

Ram 3D Prints Masks at Home

Lucas McCarty ’21 has been designing and 3D printing reusable masks at home that he hopes to perfect for healthcare workers. Read about his efforts on the Upper School Community Service website where Gretel Wurdack ’21 has written about his mask creating work. The photos below are from the website article. Way to live a life of purpose and service, Lucas!