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Collegiate School Of Medicine and Bioscience (CSMB)

Information Updated March 2021
  • Grades 9-12
  • 259 Students
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1547 S. Theresa Av
St. Louis MO, 63104
This school is wheelchair accessible

COVID Contingency*

Attendance Options
In-Person Learning:
100% Virtual Learning:
Blended Learning: n/a
Attendance Adjustment Options Undefined
School Provided Laptop or Tablet
School's Learning Plan Visit School Website
*This information is subject to change.


School Hours

Core School Hours 8:00am - 3:00pm
Before School Care
After School Care 5:15pm End time



School Bus
Post-Activity Transportation
Public Transit Options



Tuition Free Financial Assistance n/a Uniform
USDA Food Program
  Yes - All Students Eligible
Free Breakfast
Free Lunch

About The School

School Mission
Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience empowers students to become innovative community leaders in bioscience through its rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum.
Quick Facts
  • Ranked # 8 high school in the state of Missouri by US News & World Report
  • Former winner of the World Wide Technology STEM Student Forum

  • Senior-year internships at local universities, medical schools, and other science organizations
Parent Coordinator
Teachers On Staff 19
Teachers Returning from Last Year 89%
Nurses On Staff Full Time
Counselors On Staff Full Time
Social Workers On Staff Part Time
Special Education

Student Diversity

Total Students 259
American Indian / Alaska Native n/a
Asian 10.4%
Black 44.8%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander n/a
Hispanic 7%
White 37.1%
Multiracial n/a
Total Students 259
Male 34%
Female 66%
Limited English Proficient n/a
Students With Disabilities n/a
Low Income n/a

Education Focus

  • Intro to Orchestra
  • Intermediate Orchestra
Visual & Performing Arts
  • Introduction to Art
  • Drawing and Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Advanced Art
World Languages
  • Latin
  • Spanish
Special Education
Advanced Placement
International Baccalaureate


After School Clubs
  • Student Council
  • Young Scientists Mentor Program - Washington University
  • Soccer-Coed
  • Cross Country-Girls
  • Basketball-Coed
  • Volleyball-Coed
  • Cross Country-Boys
  • Basketball-Grils
  • Cheerleading-Boys
Visual Arts
  • Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

School Visits &

Application Deadline 11-20-2020
Application Fee
Interview Required
Requirements / Recommended Tests
Applicant must score at or above the 50th percentile level on a standardized test, and in all sub-areas of the test.

Enrollment Criteria
  • SLPS Magnet and Choice Schools Acceptance
  • 6th and 7th-grade final report card and first grading period report card of 8th grade. Report cards show at least B’s in English, Science, Math, Social Studies. One C will be accepted for any of these classes.
  • Entrance essay using the prompt on the online application, If accepted, attend the Collegiate Summer Orientation Program prior to entering the 9th grade.
  • Two letters of recommendation from 2 of the following (current teacher, counselor, principal, or designated administrator).
  • Discipline records for 6th & 7th grade (documented). No out-of-school suspensions. In-school suspensions considered case by case. Attendance percentage of at least 90% for 7th and 8th grade(documented)
  • Immunization/physical/shot records, Child's birth certificate, current proof of residency, parent/guardian photo ID Parenting plan/court order or proof of guardianship(if applicable),
Enrollment Contact Frederick Steele

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