More than 2,800 students have passed through the doors of Churchill Center & School, graduating with the strategies to transition to traditional classrooms.

Our graduates are thriving as middle school students, high school students, college students, professionals, and parents. Visit our testimonial section to read our Churchill alumni stories.

Success beyond churchill

Churchill alumni have gone on to attend the following junior high and high schools:

  • Whitfield School
  • Westminster Christian Academy
  • Ursuline Academy
  • Ladue School District
  • Christian Brothers College High School
  • Clayton School District

Our graduates have attended prestigious colleges and university across the country, including:

  • The Juilliard School
  • Washington University in St. Louis
  • The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
  • The Art Institute of Chicago
  • Morehouse College
  • Vanderbilt University

alumni association

Founded in 1995, the Alumni Association brings graduates together to ensure the long-term success of our school. The Alumni Association also helps more families access Churchill’s invaluable resources through the Scholarship Fund.

Whether you attended just one summer session or several years at Churchill, we welcome your involvement in the Alumni Association.

For more information, contact the Development Office online or call 314-997-4343

alumni association events

From trivia nights to beer tastings and silent auctions, the Alumni Association hosts events throughout the year, with proceeds benefiting the Churchill Scholarship Fund. Please check the Alumni Events page for a list of upcoming activities.

stay in touch

Please help us keep our alumni database up to date. Fill out the form below with your current email and mailing address, along with updates on what you’re currently doing. We love to hear what our alumni are up to in school, at work, and in life.

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Get involved

To learn more about Churchill alumni events and opportunities, contact our Development Office online or call 314-997-4343.

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