Welcome To St. Rose School
Wildcat CountryLinks to other resources:
St. Rose Development Club
State Board of Education
ISBE State Report Card
*Athletic Schedules located
on Organization Page.
St. Rose School District 14-15 is a small rural district in St. Rose, Illinois.
It covers 32.5 miles of land in north central Clinton County with a small portion also in Madison County. The population of the community is about 900 people. It is approximately 45 miles from St. Louis, Missouri.
The community’s economic base is tied to agriculture (specifically dairy farming) and agri-business. There are also those who work in the St. Louis metropolitan area or in one of the local businesses. The school has an average of 158 students in grades kindergarten through eighth. There is one section of each grade level K-8. The school has both a Parents As Teachers Program (0-3) and a Pre-kindergarten Program (3-5).
There are opportunities for students to excel in academics, citizenship, and athletics. Student test scores on State Assessments (PARCC) are posted with the School Report Card. They demonstrate the school and communities high commitment to excellence in education.
Since 1996, St. Rose School has been recognized for academic excellence through School Search being given the Bright Star Award and receiving the Excellence Quality Award from Illinois State Board of Education. The school is one of the top 100 schools in the state.