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Nottingham Community Access and Job Training High School (CAJT)

Information Updated March 2021
  • Grades 9-12
  • 122 Students
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4915 Donovan Avenue
St. Louis MO, 63109
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 7:10am - 2:07pm
Before School Care
After School Care 4:00pm 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
Our mission is to build positive character and have a successful transition from school to post-secondary independence.
Quick Facts
  • Focus on educating students with moderate to severe disabilities having post-secondary placement upon graduation
  • Students learn functional academics and job training skills
  • Our Afterschool Leader's Club is provided by LifeBridge. We also offer the Non-Public Afterschool Program from 3-6pm for special education students who attend private/parochial schools and live in St. Louis City.
Parent Coordinator
Teachers On Staff 19
Teachers Returning from Last Year 89%
Nurses On Staff Full Time
Counselors On Staff Part Time
Social Workers On Staff Part Time
Special Education

Student Diversity

Total Students 122
American Indian / Alaska Native n/a
Asian n/a
Black 74.6%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander n/a
Hispanic 6.6%
White 16.4%
Multiracial n/a
Total Students 122
Male 58%
Female 42%
Limited English Proficient 8.2%
Students With Disabilities 100%
Low Income n/a

Education Focus

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


After School Clubs
  • Leaders Club
  • Yoga
  • Student Council
  • Science Club
  • Basketball-Boys
  • Volleyball-Girls
  • Cheerleading-Boys
Visual Arts

School Visits &

Application Deadline N/A
Application Fee
Interview Required
Requirements / Recommended Tests
Students are referred from their previous school
Enrollment Criteria
  • IQ below 70 ; educational diagnosis of Autism, Intellectual Disability, Other Health Impaired, Multiple Disabilities; current IEP and evaluation
  • Current proof of residency
  • Child's birth certificate
  • Immunization/physical/shot records
  • Parent/guardian photo ID
  • Parenting plan/court order or proof of guardianship (if applicable)
Enrollment Contact Ka'Rissa Coach
Special Education Department Head

Key Upcoming Dates

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