Lafayette High School
17050 Clayton Road, Wildwood, MO 63011
Phone (636) 733-4100
Fax (636) 733-8819
Principal Dr. Mehrotra - Class of 2020
Feb 24
Winter Formal - TOMORROW!

Saturday, February 25, 2017

7:30 – 10:30

​Parents:  Please pick up your Freshmen PROMPTLY at 10:30!


Tickets will be sold today during all three lunch shifts at the same price – ticket prices have not been increased.

Feb 21
PROP T Information

Prop T: On April 4, Rockwood voters will consider Proposition T (Thrive) to address increasing enrollment and our continued support for STEM/Innovative learning. Read more about the bond issue:​​​​

Feb 17
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD - Thursday, February 23rd
​Members of the freshmen class will be attending the performance of To Kill A Mockingbird - bring a sack lunch unless they have already signed up to purchase a lunch from the cafeteria.  Buses will depart from LHS at 8:45 and return around 1:30 p.m.  

9LA teachers
Jan 24

The Cinderella Project is an organization that collects gently used prom and dance dresses for girls who are not able to afford one on their own.


The girls are recommended to The Cinderella Project by their high school counselors. Once recommended, the girls are able to go to the boutique that is set up by The Cinderella Project to pick out a beautiful dress and accessories for their big day.


To date, Rockwood has come together and donated well over 800 dresses. Help us make girls all over the St. Louis Area's dreams come true!




Bring to school's front office for pick up! Dresses can still be donated after this date and will be used for next year's Cinderella Project. Any Questions? Email:

Jan 24
Freshmen Language Arts FIELD TRIP!
Our Freshmen Language Arts teachers are distributing information today regarding the freshmen field trip to see the play To Kill a Mockingbird. Below is the letter your students should be receiving today. Please ask them to share this with you.

Dear Parents/Guardians,

On Thursday, February 23, 2017, Lafayette’s class of 2020 will visit The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis in Webster Groves to watch the play To Kill a Mockingbird. The book was taught to the freshmen in the fall.

By January 30:

  • The cost of a ticket is $10. Please pay through Parent Pay Online, available on the Lafayette High School website along the right-hand side.  See the attached handout for directions.  

    • You can contact Barb Wall at 636-733-4114 or  if you have any questions.

    • If necessary, students can submit cash or check to their Language Arts teacher.

  • Turn in signed permission form to your LA teacher by Monday, Jan. 30 at the absolute latest

  • Indicate whether you will bring your own sack lunch or purchase one through the school cafeteria.  The school-made sack lunch will include juice, fresh fruit, a boat of carrots, and a turkey, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and mayo packet sandwich. The cost will be deducted from the student account.

A schedule for the day is:

1.  Depart LHS at 8:45 a.m.

2.  Arrive at The Repertory Theatre by 9:30 a.m.

3.  Pre-show presentation at 9:45 am

4.  Performance 10:30 am

5.  Load buses and depart theater by 12:30 p.m.

6.  Lunch on bus

7.  Return to 6th hour.


Student Name_______________________________________

  • I will bring my own lunch.

  • I will purchase a sack lunch from the school.  I understand that the cost will be deducted from the student-account.

Jan 18
Congratulations Jack Weaver!

Student of the Month

Freshman - Class of 2020

2 0 1 6  -  2017


                         January , 2017                       Jack Weaver

                         December, 2016                   Kayla Hoover

                         November, 2016                  Corey Roberts

                         October, 2016                      Vito Stallone 

                         September, 2016                 Lauren Liggins


Jan 11
WINTER CARNIVAL! Saturday, January 28

​​Color Flier Proof.jpg

Jan 11


Application is now open! 

For nearly 20 years, students from around the state have come together to be immersed in leadership activities and simulations led by civic, business and education leaders at Leadership In Practice, a statewide leadership development program.


The Leadership In Practice program was developed by the Missouri Chamber Foundation to engage Missouri high school students in hands on, real world leadership training. The program is divided into five areas:  global leadership, civic leadership, economic leadership, ethical leadership and personal leadership. The key to the training is that students learn by participating in small group discussions, activities and simulations. The students are mentored by experienced business, civic and education leaders from across the state, imparting real world knowledge to help guide their development during the forum. Students evaluate their leadership skills based on what they learn and then set goals on how to improve those skills during the rest of their High School career. 


A 2014 graduate summed the program up best-


“I thought the program was an amazing experience. I have already started putting the lessons learned into action in my community and hope to achieve greater things in the near future!” 
 – Maddison, Warrenton High School, ‘14


The 2017 Leadership In Practice program is set for June 25-28, 2017.   The application period will run from January 1, 2017 to April 1, 2017

Thank you for all that you do!


Brian Crouse 
Vice President of Education 
Engage, Inspire, Lead!

Jan 10
Cleaning Out CLUTTER?!?!?!

Lafayette’s Class of 2020 is looking for New and Gently Used Stuffed Animals of All Sizes for our WINTER CARNIVAL​!

Please drop the items at Lafayette High School (17050 Clayton Rd, Wildwood, MO 63011) freshman office labeled Winter Carnival. 

If you have any questions, please contact Sara Robeson at 

Please deliver items by January 20th. 

Thank you for your support!​

Dec 22

​Tuesday, January 3                              8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

                                                           10:15 a.m. – 12:15 a.m.

                                                             1:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.


Wednesday, January 4                           3:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Thursday, January 5                               3:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Friday, January 6                                    3:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.



1 - 10Next
About this blog ​​