Welcome to the Ferguson-Florissant School District
The History of FFSD
The Ferguson-Florissant School District is a community of families and neighborhoods located in suburban St. Louis, Mo.
Fully-accredited by the state of Missouri, the district provides an excellent comprehensive educational program for more than 11,000 children from preschool through 12th grade. The district is comprised of seven primary schools (PreK-2), six elementary schools (3-5), two sixth grade centers, two middle schools (7-8), two high schools and one alternative school as well as a nationally-recognized early education program, the PROBE gifted education program, the award-winning Challenger Learning Center, Little Creek Nature Area, the Innovation School at Cool Valley, a STEAM middle school and a STEAM high school.
The Ferguson-Florissant School District has earned a national reputation as an innovative educational leader, and the staff works continually to provide the highest quality instructional program for our students.
From preschool through high school, our programs offer excellent educational opportunities for students. Our nationally-acclaimed early education program includes Parents as Teachers, free preschool for three- and four-year-olds, early childhood special education programs, child day care and full-day kindergarten. Both of the district's high schools have earned national Project Lead the Way (PLTW) certification for their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curriculum. PLTW certification marks our schools as providers of a rigorous curriculum that allows students to apply what they learn in math and science to real-life engineering and technology projects.
Our overall curriculum emphasizes the basic subject areas and our instructional strategies are designed to help students be successful. We help our students master the basics, develop practical life skills, become problem-solvers, learn to communicate and work effectively with others, and develop patterns for lifelong learning.
For further information, please contact the district's communications department at (314)687-1913 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.