Centrally-Located in A Vibrant City Neighborhood

“St. Roch is a neighborhood gem. When we moved here, we quickly discovered that we had one of the best educational options for our kids just a few blocks from our home. St. Roch has built a sense of community that encompasses the school and the church, but also spreads throughout the entire neighborhood.”
— Lynn - St. Roch Parent

St. Roch is situated in the heart of the city in the historic Skinker-DeBaliviere neighborhood. Skirted by several St. Louis treasures including Forest Park, Washington University and the Delmar Loop, the active and diverse neighborhood is home to more than a few St. Roch families.

Skinker-DeBaliviere and St. Roch have always been closely tied together, as both rose out of the development that occurred in the area due to the 1904 World’s Fair.

Through the years, St. Roch has not only helped educate and raise up students from the neighborhood, but served as a community gathering place for events and civic activities.

With close access to Forest Park, St. Roch students visit the park several times during the year for field trips and more. It’s one of the many benefits of being centrally-located in the midst of one of St. Louis’s great neighborhoods.