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“I've been around great mentors, so I try to be that mentor to this day.”

—Willie Epps '88

Before he became a United States Magistrate Judge; before he worked on the Waco investigation with Sen. Jack Danforth; and before he went to Harvard Law School and Amherst College, The Honorable Willie J. Epps Jr. '88 had to pass Gary Kamper's AP Chemistry class at Saint Louis Country Day School.

From rounds of community service and dog sledding to glacier hikes and seeing a double rainbow over a waterfall, it’s safe to say that Upper Schoolers are having a nICE time in Iceland this week! #MICDSIt’s the first day of spring, so we’re dancing into it with inspiration from our recent #MICDS dance concert! Upper Schoolers moved and grooved while showcasing ballet, hip hop, musical theater and classical Indian dance. A happy and bright spring to all! #firstdayofspringAfter reading Refugee by Alan Gratz over the summer, Middle School students met the author himself last week! Gratz was greeted by a boisterous crowd of students, faculty and staff before being officially welcomed and presented with artwork and a poem inspired by his books. He then delivered a “choose your own adventure” type of presentation and inspired students to keep writing and creating. Thanks for visiting, Mr. Gratz! #MICDSThird graders digested their research on regions and states with the Taste of the USA event last week! They made dishes representing their states and even created websites to display their research. #MICDS 🇺🇸