Regularly updated snapshots of student life around the JBS campus (and beyond).
4.18.22 Students discuss a photography assignment during class.
4.14.22 Boys varsity lacrosse plays (and wins) against Ladue in its first Metro League matchup this year
4.12.22 Students in choir performed at the annual spring Choir Concert (grades 9-12).
4.9.22 Students at the Skippy Keefer Relays.
3.12.22 Students cheer on the girls basketball team as they compete in the quarterfinals against Hallsville at Francis Howell Central.
3.7.22 Students gather and study in the library during their free periods.
3.3.22 Students compete in various activities, like flying paper airplanes for distance, in order to earn points for their class for the coveted Class Cup.
3.1.22 10th graders heard from nine alumni speakers, spanning different industries and careers, as part of Career Day. On March 1, all grades participated in specific grade level programming.
2.28.22 Mr. Barton's Project Tech class has been hard at work renovating the desk at the Clayton Road Entrance. Here they are sanding and staining the wooden slats.
2.25.22 Students enjoy soups during Empty Bowls, a potluck style dinner that raised money for the Operation Food Search.
2.10.22 Teachers Maria Cohen (Modern Languages) and Andrew Newman (Fine Arts) pose with John Burroughs.
1.24.22 Bonsack Gallery artist Katie Donovan speaks with students about show Text and Image (and Snails).
1.17.22 Over 50 students engaged in acts of service by constructing handmade cards, decorating picture frames, creating valentine decorations and making bookmarks for the female residents of Mary Ryder Home, a residential care facility for low-income senior women in downtown St. Louis.
12.7.21 Maria Cohen (Modern Languages) hosted an Ecuadorian Cooking Class in the FACS kitchen. The event was sponsored by Cultural Connectors, a subcommittee of the Community & Equity Partnership
11.22.21 7th graders make gratitude pumpkins in Frau Stafford's German class.
11.22.21 Middle school students trying their hand at baking pies in Ms. Madigan's class.
11.20.21 With a win over Blue Springs (in PKs), the boys soccer team placed third in State (Class 4). A historic run and win!
12.4.21 Students and faculty collected donations for the Holiday Food Drive at all four Straub’s locations (Clayton, Town & Country, Webster Groves and CWE). The food sculpture contest is Wednesday, December 8. All donations went to Isaiah 58 Ministries.
11.19.21 Ricco Martin, president; Finn Hohenberg, vice president; and Sehej Raheja, secretary/treasurer pose for a picture as the newly elected 7th grade class officers. From left to right: Finn, Ricco and Sehej.
11.18.21 Thirty-four students and 9 faculty participated in collecting $3100+ for Old Newsboys Day on Thursday, November 18. The funds benefit St. Louis area children's charities. This year four Burroughs students ~ Sara Cao ‘22, Lana English ‘23, Brice Shearburn ‘23 and Ava Teasdale ‘22 ~ have articles published in the 2021 special edition.
11.14.21 The Super Mileage Vehicle Club (SMVC) takes their vehicle out for a spin around the upper parking lot.
11.14.21 Students making laps in the upper lot with the SMVC vehicle.
11.14.21 The THIMUN team gathers in the library to prepare for the Chicago conference.
11.13.21 The boys soccer team outscores Liberty 2-0 and plays in the State Semifinals at 7 pm on November 19 at Soccer Park against Rockhurst.
11.13.21 Students cheer during the boys soccer state quarterfinal game against Liberty.
11.13.21 Students cheer on the boys soccer team during post-season play.
10.27.21 KUTO (Kids Under 21) sponsored a mini-relaxation day which included wearing comfy clothes, petting therapy dogs, drawing with sidewalk chalk and enjoying Halloween decorations and candy.
10.09.21 Students washed cars in support of this year’s Danna Drive partner, the Nahed Chapman New American School. This K-8 school in the St. Louis Public Schools serves students and families who are new to the United States and speak a language other than English.
10.05.21 Happy World Teachers' Day to our JBS teachers who day in and day out share their knowledge, nurture student curiosity and create a lasting impact among the next generation. We are grateful for you and appreciative of all that you do!
09.20.21 What a sweet way start to kick off Spirit Week! For Color Day, grades wore their assigned colors to get class points for a chance at the Class Cup.
On 09.18.21, families participated in a Suicide Awareness Walk on the JBS campus. The walk, organized by Liv Acree, was well attended and helped raise awareness about suicide.
When possible and the weather is nice, Wednesdays are designated days for outdoor lunch. Today we lucked out with the weather for our first official outdoor lunch!
08.31.21 Student clubs and faculty sponsors met in Newman Aud to make plans for the upcoming school year.
08.27.21 School is officially back in session. Welcome back to campus, everyone!
08.5.21 It's New Student Orientation Day! Students are meeting their classmates, hearing from Mr. Abbott, the principals and school leaders and following their Thursday class schedule so they will be ready for tomorrow.
08.17.21 College Counseling held its annual Summer Application Workshop the Newman Aud this week.
Foursquare on the Quad!
Happy Teacher Appreciation Day!
It's April, and the campus in bloom!
08.16.21 Our 99th Opening Day is almost here! This morning, 8th graders picked up their school schedules in preparation for the first day of school on August 26.