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Child of God Lutheran School
650 Salt Lick Rd, Saint Peters, MO 63376

Child of God Lutheran School enrolls kids from pre-school age through the 8th grade. Grade levels are taught by oneMore teacher in a single building.

According to the school's website, its goal is to provide "a Christ-centered atmosphere where faith is integrated into all subject areas, while maintaining a quality academic program of educational excellence."

Areas of learning include religion, language arts, science, mathematics, social science, fine arts, physical education, health and computers.

Kelly Services
5957 Suemandy Rd, Saint Peters, MO 63376
Kelly Services is a full-service staffing agency that specializes in placing clients in temporary, temp-to-hire andMore direct-hire employment opportunities. Areas of specialty include education, law, science, technology, information technology and engineering. Services such as workforce solutions and management services are also offered. Visit Kelly Services' Web site for a complete overview of the company and directory of offices throughout the world.
St. Charles Community College
4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr, Saint Peters, MO 63376

St. Charles Community, commonly known as SCC, is located just outside of St. Peters. The two-year community collegeMore offers associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields.

St. Charles Community College is the fourth largest of Missouri's 12 community college districts. SCC offers a college transfer program with over 24 areas of interest.

SCC also has a partnership with the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

Also on the SCC campus is the home of the Eastern Missouri Law Enforcement Training Academy.

Lutheran High School of St. Charles County
5100 Mexico Rd, Saint Peters, MO 63376

Lutheran High School offers a Christian education to students in grades 9 - 12. Students take classes in art,More athletics, business, drama and music. Class sizes range from 18 - 23 students.

Students are required to take four credits of religion, four English credits, three mathematics classes, three science classes, three social studies classes, one fine art and one practical arts courts, two academic electives and two general elective credits, a half physical education course and a half health credit.

Athletic teams include boys and girls soccer, cross country, football, girls volleyball, softball, baseball, boys and girls basketball, track and field, girls and boys tennis, boys golf, wrestling, cheerleading and poms.

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