The Virtual Bookstore at MBSDirect.net will be open for textbook purchasing on Monday, July 22, 2019. Free Shipping will be available for all orders over $99.00 from July 22 through August 4. After August 4, all orders over $99.00 qualify for $4.95 flat rate shipping from MBS Direct. Students will be expected to have the correct student edition of all books on the first day of class.
As summer goes on and we approach the beginning of August sports practices and the start of the 2019-20 school year, we wanted to remind you of (or, in the case of new parents, introduce you to) the systems the school uses to keep track of student records. There are upcoming deadlines for all students, so please read through to the end of this message.
To encourage the habit of reading in our students, we will continue required summer reading. Each student is required to read a minimum of three books this summer—the two required books assigned for his class and one other of his choice. Beyond these requirements, students are urged to read as many books as possible.
Registration is now open for the 2019 College Colloquium — for the Classes of 2021 and 2022, and their parents, Aug. 8-9 at Priory.
Photos from Priory's 60th annual graduation ceremony.
"There's a need for the overlap between math, science and computer science — a big opportunity," Niemann says. "When you apply computer science to math, you see huge advantages in visualization and utilization, and in science it's the same with simulations and modeling. As we look to the future, the expectations and roadmap for that collaboration are becoming more clear."
David Plas, PhD, of the Class of 1989, is a cancer researcher who credits his Priory education for much of his success.
Thursday-Saturday, May 9-11, 7 p.m. each evening in the Kevin Kline Theatre
Nearly 60 years later, Father Paul is a sentinel of Priory. Every student who has ever graduated since the school's inception in 1956 has known Father Paul, most from his time serving as teacher, coach or Headmaster.
The end is near! As of today, all that stands between us and a hot St. Louis summer are three days of final exams. I know that I speak for everyone here at Priory — faculty and students alike — when I say that we’re ready for a break.