|Activities for Kids - Explore St. Louis|
St. Louis has plenty of kid-friendly, family-oriented activities, that kids of all ages will enjoy.
|Challenge Learning Center St. Louis|
The award-winning Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis provides space education programs for schools, corporations, scouts, community groups and the general public.
|Child Abuse and Neglect 2010 Annual Report|
Child abuse and neglect report for calendar year 2010
The Circus Arts Foundation of Missouri's mission is to broaden and deepen the appreciation of the performing arts in the greater St. Louis community by producing and presenting innovative performances and educational programs through the use of classic circus skills.
Where the imagination runs wild!
There are many exciting animal encounters possible at Grant's Farm, the 281-acre ancestral home of the Busch family, located just south of the city of St. Louis. The Farm is home to more than 900 animals representing more than 100 different species. Grant's Farm, operated by Anheuser-Busch, Inc., has been a St. Louis tradition for over five decades.
|Kirkwood Children's Chorale|
Kirkwood Children's Chorale is a musical enrichment program for children from second to eighth grade.KCC has over 220 singers from over fifty area schools. KCC singers perform numerous local concerts, and also have the opportunity to perform nationally and overseas.
|Magic House: St. Louis Children's Museum|
Magic House presents creativity and the development of problem solving skills within a place of beauty, joy and magic, The Magic House will engage all children in hands-on learning experiences that encourage experimentation and wonder.
|Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum|
The Kemper Art Museum is part of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University, which was established in 2005 to link strong studio programs in art and architecture with the resources and programs of the Museum. The Sam Fox School is dedicated to the creation, study, and exhibition of multidisciplinary and collaborative work with an emphasis on fostering creativity and intellectual exchange
|Sherwood Forest Camp|
Kindle their Passion. Ignite their potential. <br />Sherwood Forest Camp is an independent agency that creates healthy, caring communities where children develop character and competence.
|SLPS Bilingual/Migrant Program (ESOL)|
The mission of the ESOL/Bilingual/Migrant program is to provide effective and age-appropriate English language instruction (Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing), and to support English Language Learners to achieve in all content areas, grades K-12
|SLPS Special Education Office|
The Office of Special Education (OSE) is committed to the educational, social, physical and emotional well-being of students within the St. Louis Public Schools
|St. Louis Youth Jobs|
We engage the unemployed youth talent in target neighborhoods, and connect them to a combination of place-based employment and corporations in high-demand industries in our region.
|The Butterfly House|
A division of Missouri's Botanical Gardens.
|Vision for Children at Risk|
The mission of Vision for Children at Risk is to promote the well-being of children and youth in the St. Louis metropolitan area, targeting particularly those young people who face serious socio-economic risk.
Real Teans. Real Life. Real Results.
Enabling teens to lead successful lives and build strong communities.
|City Youth and Educators|
Resources for City educators to teach our youth about reducing, reusing, and recycling.
|Education Reports and Documents|
Reports and Documents related to Education in St. Louis
|Emergency Preparedness - Kids|
Emergency preparedness information and resources for kids.
|Help for Youth|
UrbanForce - YouthBuild, Summer Jobs, and Youth Vendors
|Homeless Youth Services|
Services for youths (under 18 years of age) who are homeless.
|Summer Youth Employment Program|
A Summer Youth Employment Program to help youth build soft skills, confidence, responsibility, references, networks and financial literacy.
A program for disadvantaged City of St. Louis youth ages 16-24 will give the ability to earn pay, help build affordable housing, teach leadership.