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In the News

St. Louis Magazine, November 28, 2023
How Area Schools are Fostering Global Connections

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 25, 2023
'Drumlin?' St. Louis Area Students Vie for Chance to Compete at Scripps National Spelling Bee

School Librarians United with Amy Hermon, August 26, 2022
Episode 190: Independent School Librarian

The Source, June 23, 2022
Nine Local Teachers Selected for Summer Teacher-Researcher Partnership

The Youth Fitness Podcast™, May 25, 2022
Episode 4: Physical Education, Feeling Safe, Taking Risks, & Flying Squirrels

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, January 14, 2022
Forsyth School Librarian Wins National Prize with Efforts that go Beyond Books

Publishers Weekly, January 14, 2022
ALA Announces 'I Love My Librarian' Award Winners

The Washington Post, January 10, 2022
10 Winners Announced for I Love My Librarian Award

KSDK Newschannel 5, January 10, 2022
St. Louis Librarian Wins 1 of 10 National I Love My Librarian Awards

American Libraries Magazine, January 10, 2022
Meet the 2022 I Love My Librarian Award Winners

American Library Association, January 10, 2022
10 Winners Receive Prestigious I Love My Librarian Award for Outstanding Public Service
Meet the Winners

Town & Style, October 19, 2021
Past, Present, & Future: Forsyth School

Webster-Kirkwood Times, Ocotber 11, 2021
Hixson Recognized as Missouri Green School

Saint Louis Science Center, May 20, 2021
St. Louis Teacher Honored with 2021 Loeb Prize for Excellence in Teaching Science & Mathematics

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 21, 2021
Forsyth School Teacher Wins Science Center's Best-Teacher Prize

School Library Journal, May 20, 2021
Antiracist Teaching: How Educators are Bringing New Lessons and Perspective to the Classroom

Town&Style, May 18, 2021
Teaching for Tomorrow: Sustainability in Schools

St. Louis American, April 8, 2021
Forsyth Picks Robert Butler as Head of School

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, February 24, 2021
Forsyth School Announces Robert Butler as New Head of School for 2021/22

St. Louis Business Journal, February 24, 2021
Forsyth School Names New Head of School to Replace Dan Hildebrand

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, February 18, 2021
Principia School Launches Second Annual Impact Challenge Showcase

St. Louis Magazine, January 11, 2021
How to Talk to Children About Last Week's Attack on the U.S. Capitol

Town&Style, October 20, 2020
Taking Flight: Forsyth School

Town&Style, October 5, 2020
Adapt & Learn: Forsyth School

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, September 4, 2020
Schools in St. Louis Move Classes Outdoors to Help Reduce Risk of Coronavirus Spread

St. Louis Public Radio, September 4, 2020
Under a Tent or the Open Sky, Schools Move Class Outside During Pandemic

St. Louis Magazine, April 22, 2020
Use This Time to Teach Kids Life Lessons

ALIVE, March 24, 2020
Never Stop Learning: A 2020 Guide to Summer Camps

Town&Style, October 16, 2019
Artistic Expression: Forsyth School

ALIVE, October 8, 2019
Five St. Louis-Area Schools Providing Enriching Education

St. Louis Magazine, September 23, 2019
A St. Louis Artist Creates an Exquisite, Devastating Memorial for a Future in which Trees are Extinct

KPLR 11, May 11, 2019
‘Girls on the Run’ is in Downtown St. Louis

Town&Style, October 15, 2018
Out & About: Forsyth School

St. Louis Public Radio, October 11, 2018
Bread, Roses, and How St. Louis Artists are Illuminating Timely Social Issues

Walk Boldly: Helping an Independent School Reach its Donors

News Releases

February 24, 2021
Forsyth School Announces Robert Butler as New Head of School for 2021/22
Robert Butler Returns to St. Louis, Joins Forsyth with 20 Years of Experience as a Teacher, Coach, and Administrator

January 10, 2020
Forsyth School Announces New Eyas Program for Ages 2–3 for the 2020/21 School Year