Partner Schools

Families with children attending Kindergarten through 12th grade at the Schools listed below are eligible to apply using the unified TTEF application.

Academy of the Sacred Heart School

All Saints School

All Saints – St. Ferdinand School

All Saints – St. Norbert School

All Saints – St. Rose Philippine Duchesne School

Ascension School-Chesterfield

Assumption School-Mattese

Assumption School-O’Fallon

Barat Academy

Bishop DuBourg High School

Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

Cardinal Ritter College Prep

Chaminade College Preparatory School

Christ the King School

Christ, Prince of Peace School

Christian Brothers College High School

City Academy

Cor Jesu Academy

De Smet Jesuit High School

Department of Special Education – Annunziata

Duchesne High School

Good Shepherd Catholic School-Hillsboro

Holy Child School

Holy Cross – Annunciation School

Holy Cross – Our Lady of Providence School

Holy Cross – St. Dominic Savio School

Holy Cross – St. Michael the Archangel School

Holy Infant School

Holy Redeemer School

Holy Rosary School

Holy Spirit School

Immacolata School

Immaculate Conception School – Dardenne

Immaculate Conception School – Old Monroe

Immaculate Conception School – Union

Incarnate Word Academy – High School

Incarnate Word School – Elementary School

Little Flower School

Loyola Academy

Marian Middle School

Mary, Queen of Peace School

Most Sacred Heart School – Eureka

Muhammad Academy

Nerinx Hall

New City School

Notre Dame High School

Our Lady of Guadalupe School

Our Lady of Lourdes School – University City

Our Lady of Lourdes School – Washington

Our Lady of the Pillar School

Our Lady School

Our Lady, Queen of Peace School

Queen of All Saints School

River Roads Lutheran School

Rosati-Kain High School

Sacred Heart School – Florissant

Sacred Heart School – Troy

Sacred Heart School – Valley Park

Sacred Heart Villa

Salem Lutheran School – Affton**

Seton Regional Catholic

South City Catholic Academy Learning Center

South City Community School

St. Agnes School

St. Alban Roe School

St. Alphonsus School

St. Ambrose School

St. Ann School

St. Anthony School – Sullivan

St. Austin School (Elementary)

St. Bridget of Kildare School

St. Catherine Laboure School

St. Charles Borromeo School

St. Clare of Assisi School

St. Clement of Rome*

St. Cletus School

St. Dominic High School

St. Frances Cabrini Academy

St. Francis Borgia Regional High School

St. Francis Borgia School – Washington (Elementary)

St. Francis of Assisi School

St. Gabriel the Archangel School

St. Gerard Majella School

St. Gertrude School

St. Ignatius Loyola School

St. Joachim School

St. John the Baptist School – Gildehaus

St. John Paul II Preparatory School (Elementary)

St. John Paul II Preparatory High School

St. John Vianney High School

St. Joseph School – Cottleville

St. Joseph School – Farmington

St. Joseph School – Imperial

St. Joseph School – Josephville

St. Joseph School – Zell

St. Joseph’s Academy

St. Justin the Martyr*

St. Louis Catholic Academy

St. Louis Priory School

St. Louis University High School

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque School

St. Margaret of Scotland School

St. Mark School

St. Mary Magdalen School

St. Mary’s High School

St. Monica School*

St. Patrick School

St. Paul School – Fenton

St. Paul School – St. Paul

St. Peter School – Kirkwood

St. Peter School – St. Charles

St. Pius X High School

St. Raphael the Archangel School

St. Roch School

St. Rose of Lima School

St. Simon the Apostle School

St. Stephen Protomartyr School

St. Theodore School

St. Vincent Elementary School – Perryville

St. Vincent High School

St. Vincent Junior High School – Perry. (7&8)

St. Vincent School – Dutzow

Ste. Genevieve du Bois School

Sts. Joachim & Ann School

The Soulard School

Tower Grove Christian

Transformation Christian School

Ursuline Academy

Valle Catholic Grade School

Valle Catholic High School

Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School

Visitation Academy

Word of Life Lutheran School

*Indicates a stewardship school. Scholarships will only be granted to families that pay tuition.

**Not currently accepting new scholarship applications

Every educational institution – from large private universities to local public schools – relies on fundraising to support ongoing needs and improvements to their facilities and academic programs. In addition to providing scholarships for 130+ area schools, The Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation fills this role at three schools – two city elementary schools and one college prep high school.

Cardinal Ritter College Prep has a tradition of leadership in urban secondary education in the community. The vibrant success of Ritter is widely acclaimed, as the result of a strong partnership between civic, corporate and community leaders. This college prep institution is founded on three pillars: faith development, academic excellence and leadership.

Today and Tomorrow is responsible for fundraising and financial development efforts that provide operating revenue and unrestricted funds to sustain educational programs. From its inception, the mission of the school has been to instill in students attitudes of success and self-worth through intensive faith-based educational and leadership preparation. This experience encourages students to be productive, accountable, respectful and self-disciplined citizens in the broader community.

A fundamental element of Ritter’s preparation includes the basic understanding that all life and the dignity of fellow human beings is to be honored and respected. Since the beginning, the school has graduated more than 3,000 students. Cardinal Ritter College Prep routinely graduates 100 percent of its seniors with 100 percent acceptance into the college or university of their choice. Approximately 90 percent of students receive tuition assistance scholarships.

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A new governance model was implemented in 2012 for “mission schools” in the City of St. Louis, to provide sustainability and viability. These schools serve people living in great need in our community.  St. Cecilia School and Academy and St. Louis Catholic Academy receive assistance with operational and educational expenses. Without this funding, the schools would not have the necessary resources to provide quality educational programs. The parishes affiliated with the two schools are representative of the neighborhoods they serve, but they no longer have the ability to contribute parish financial resources to support the schools.

In addition to scholarship assistance for individual students, the Foundation is responsible for the fundraising and development efforts at each school providing essential operating revenue. These “mission schools” serve the entire neighborhood, not simply the Catholic population.

Support St. Cecilia

A new governance model was implemented in 2012 for “mission schools” in the City of St. Louis, to provide sustainability and viability. These schools serve people living in great need in our community.  St. Cecilia School and Academy and St. Louis Catholic Academy receive assistance with operational and educational expenses. Without this funding, the schools would not have the necessary resources to provide quality educational programs. The parishes affiliated with the two schools are representative of the neighborhoods they serve, but they no longer have the ability to contribute parish financial resources to support the schools.

In addition to scholarship assistance for individual students, the Foundation is responsible for the fundraising and development efforts at each school providing essential operating revenue. These “mission schools” serve the entire neighborhood, not simply the Catholic population.

Support St. Louis Catholic Academy