The Francis Howell School District Communications Department is happy to serve as a resource for Real Estate Agents as they work with families considering homes in the area. Realtors are invited to tour Francis Howell School District at any time. For tours or for other information about the District, please call the Communications Office at 636-851-4000 or send an e-mail to the Communications Department. Be sure to check the other sections of the Francis Howell School District website for news and information about the District. The links on this page will give you a head start.
Francis Howell schools are dedicated to providing the educational framework through which students may seek their greatest fulfillment as individuals. The District is striving to meet this goal through the implementation of the Professional Learning Communities (PLC) model. The PLC model is a school improvement plan which is characterized by active teaching and learning, collaboration shared decision making, and a strong sense of participation. The District adopted the PLC mode in 2003 in an effort to establish an environment focused on academic growth and achievement. Since the implementation of PLCs, FHSD schools have experienced increased success in academic endeavors. Recognized for Distinction in Performance for academic performance and progress by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, the Francis Howell School District works to provide a learning community that provides a consistent and comprehensive education that fosters high levels of academic achievement for all students.
The Francis Howell School District encompasses over 150 square miles in the southeast corner of St. Charles County and is one of the largest school districts in the State of Missouri. The cities within the District’s boundaries of St. Peters, Cottleville, Weldon Spring, Harvester, New Melle, southern portions of St. Charles City and eastern portions of O’Fallon. The District’s educational facilities include ten elementary, five middle and three high schools, three early childhood education centers, and two alternative education schools.