At a Glance
2020-2021 School Year
OPENING DAY ENROLLMENT
|Oak Hill Early Childhood Program||boys and girls ages 3-4||38|
|Oak Hill Elementary School||boys and girls grades K-6||143|
|Villa Duchesne Middle School||young women grades 7-8||65|
|Villa Duchesne High School||young women grades 9-12||210|
|Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School||Total Student Body||456|
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
7 to 1
Villa Duchesne's graduating classes average 55 students with 100 percent attending 4-year colleges and universities. Visit Class of 2020 to learn about our latest graduates.
We claim more than 7,000 alumnae/i as part of our school family, including graduates of the City House and Barat Hall. They are linked with 52,000 Sacred Heart alumnae/i in the United States and thousands more in 45 countries.
• 500-seat chapel
• Innovation center
• Science labs
• 5 visual arts studios
• Performing arts auditorium (new Student Life Center and Theater Project coming soon!)
• State-of-the-art outdoor track
• Indoor swimming pool
• Fitness center
• 2 gymnasiums
• 4 playing fields, including a state-of-the-art artificial turf field with a terrace and pavilion
• 8 tennis courts
• 2 libraries & multi-media centers
Our memberships and accreditations include Independent Schools of St. Louis, Independent Schools Association of the Central States, National Association of Independent Schools, Network of Sacred Heart Schools, National Coalition of Girls' Schools, Gurian Institute, and National Catholic Educational Association.
Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School sits on a lush, 60-acre wooded campus in Frontenac. With breathtaking views of nature, it inspires our students to discover and develop their talents in a tranquil setting. Our campus nature trail is designated a Certified Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation.
The century-old log cabin on our campus originally housed the Religious of the Sacred Heart as well as our first kindergarten class. It stands today as a tribute to our humble beginnings even as our modern facilities expand to meet the needs of students in the 21st century.