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Lift For Life Academy High School

Information Updated March 2021
  • Grades 9-12
  • 325 Students
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1731 S Broadway
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 After First Semester
School Provided Laptop or Tablet
School's Learning Plan Visit School Website
*This information is subject to change.


School Hours

Core School Hours 7:30am - 2:20pm
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After School Care



School Bus
Post-Activity Transportation
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Tuition Free Financial Assistance n/a Uniform
USDA Food Program
  Yes - All Students Eligible
Free Breakfast
Free Lunch

About The School

School Mission
Lift For Life Academy is a challenging learning community where students are empowered to maximize their full potential as students and citizens. Educate.Empower.Uplift
Quick Facts
  • Lift for Life Academy High School outperforms most St. Louis Public High Schools academically on the State of Missouri's End-of-Course Exam. The academy also is able to offer students more than 20 hours of potential college credit through its partnerships with Saint Louis University and Southeast Missouri State University. Advanced college course offerings include College Algebra, Statistics, Pre-Calculus, Modern World History, Philosophy,  and College English. 
  • Lift for Life Academy High School is a Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) member school with the following junior varsity and varsity athletic programs: girls and boys basketball; football; girls and boys wrestling; boys and girls track; and cheerleading. The school also has a variety of after-school programs that include jewelry club, student mentoring, and free after-school tutoring. 
  • Lift for Life Academy High School services all students and families who reside within the boundaries of St. Louis City. Bus transportation is available city-wide. 

Parent Coordinator
Teachers On Staff 35
Teachers Returning from Last Year 91%
Nurses On Staff None
Counselors On Staff Full Time
Social Workers On Staff Full Time
Special Education

Student Diversity

Total Students 325
American Indian / Alaska Native n/a
Asian n/a
Black 89.2%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander n/a
Hispanic 1.9%
White 1.9%
Multiracial 5.8%
Total Students 325
Male 50%
Female 50%
Limited English Proficient n/a
Students With Disabilities 9.2%
Low Income n/a

Education Focus

  • n/a
Visual & Performing Arts
  • n/a
World Languages
  • Spanish
Special Education
Advanced Placement
International Baccalaureate


After School Clubs
  • Chess
  • Great Outdoors
  • Metro Leadership
  • Robotics
  • Basketball-Coed
  • Football
  • Wrestling-Coed
  • Basketball-Grils
  • Wrestling-Boys
  • Volleyball-Coed
  • Cheerleading-Coed
Visual Arts

School Visits &

Application Deadline Feb 1st for Lottery
Application Fee
Interview Required
Requirements / Recommended Tests
Enrollment Criteria
  • Resident of St. Louis City
  • No Safe School Violations from a Previous School
  • Completed application with records request
Enrollment Contact Dr. Katrice Noble
Deputy Director

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