Emergency Alert

Coronavirus Updates

MICDS is complying with the recommendation of St. Louis County and is implementing remote learning after the conclusion of spring break. Faculty will complete distance learning training and preparation remotely on Monday, March 30. Students will not be required to report to school on that day, in person or online. MICDS will implement remote learning for students on Tuesday, March 31. For more information about how MICDS is responding to the coronavirus pandemic, including our distance learning plans, please visit www.micds.org/coronavirus

Registration is open!

Growth, learning and fun don’t stop over the summer at MICDS. Named after school founder and visionary thinker William Greenleaf Eliot, Eliot Summer Academy challenges middle and high school students with an array of opportunities. Academic and enrichment courses allow students to stretch their limits both in and out of the classroom. Courses are also available for MICDS credit.

Classes offered through Eliot Summer Academy are designed to be review, enrichment or replacement-oriented.

  • Review courses help students transition between coursework levels, allow them to redo work, catch up or make up a course.
  • Enrichment courses offer something new and may help students prepare for the next school year.
  • Replacement courses are offered for MICDS credit and help students open up their schedule for other options or electives during the academic year.

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are for-credit courses.

Upper School Curriculum Guide 2020

Middle School Curriculum Guide 2020

Fees and FAQs

We welcome your questions.

For more information, please contact Emily Coppersmith, Director of Eliot Summer Academy, or Samantha White, Summer Registrar, at eliotacademy@micds.org or (314)995-7329.

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