We offer a comprehensive curriculum including Art (Artist in Residence program), Physical Education, Music, and Technology with support and enhancement through:
- English Tutoring Project (ETP)
ETP is an initiative of the St. Louis Area Women Religious Collaborative Ministries. Since 1998, experienced teachers have helped more than 1,300 children from immigrant and refugee families acquire English language skills. Tutoring is offered on-site with no cost to the families being served.
- Title services
Cabrini receives Title I (student learning support), II (professional development funds), III (English language support), IV (immigrant student support) money through the St. Louis Public School system to support academic success.
- We are proud to have 125 integrated chromebooks. In addition to computer skills class, technology is utilized by all teachers to broaden learning experiences.
- Cabrini students participate in art contests, National Geographic Geography Bee, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Spelling Bee, St. Louis Dancing Classrooms and various local opportunities to extend their classroom learning.
- With a focus on literacy, Cabrini utilizes the accelerated reading (AR) program.
- An 8th grade musical showcases all 8th grade students. Following a study of musical theater, students take full responsibility for all aspects of assembling and performing a musical.
Enrichment opportunities are available through a variety of clubs. The clubs typically meet after school and are offered at no cost to the families:
- Coding (Google CS First)
- Mission Club (students perform community service in and around neighborhood)
- Art Club (culminates with a Gallery Show)
- Robotics Club (through Clavius Project in conjunction with St. Louis University High School)
- Gardening Club (on-site gardens)
- Girls on the Run
- individual music lessons (on-site and free of charge)
- Catholic Youth Council (CYC) sports teams
- Student Ambassadors (host tours for visitors and prospective families)