Consistent with our mission, Priory is about the formation of the human person – about the school’s ability for more than 60 years to offer our students preparation for an exceptional life.
Priory at a Glance
Saint Louis Priory School is a Catholic independent day school for boys in grades seven through twelve. Ranked #1 in the categories "Best Catholic High School in Missouri" and "Best All-Boys High School in Missouri" by the consumer website niche.com.
students in grades 7-12
acres of campus just for you!
receive tuition assistance
participation in athletics
3-Year Average ACT Score 2019-2021
We invite you to come and visit our school, meet our students and teachers, see our beautiful campus, and get a sense of what it might be like to be a student at Priory. We know that you will feel the Benedictine hospitality present here!
Why Choose Priory?
"Priory has given me the tools to succeed in any environment that I might find myself in, even if I struggle at the onset." Andrew Rhodes, Class of 2012
If you think Priory is the right school for your son, we want to make this possible. Priory is committed to working with families to help make attending Priory a reality.
Have questions? We've prepared answers to the most commonly asked questions about applying to Priory and joining our community.
Thank you for considering Saint Louis Priory School! Not only do our students learn and grow under the guidance of expert faculty, coaches and spiritual mentors, they foster friendships and become part of a lifelong community. We can't wait to welcome you to Priory.
Explore our website, watch our video, flip though our viewbook to learn more about our unique Benedictine approach to education.
We invite you to come and visit our school, meet our students and teachers, see our beautiful campus, and get a sense of what it might be like to be a student at Priory.
We encourage families considering Priory to apply during their son’s 5th or 6th grade year. You are welcome to inquire with the Admissions Office about admission into 8th through 12th grade.