School Partnerships

We partner with many non-profit organizations to provide services and enrichment programs to our students and faculty. These partnerships are instrumental to the ongoing success of our students. Although not exhaustive, listed below are organizations that provide on-going support to our students. To read more about what these organizations do, please click their name to visit their website.

Access Academies

Access Academies partners with St. Cecilia School and Academy to provide a Nativity Miguel based model of education for our sixth through eighth grade academy students whereby the students have a longer class day, generally ending at 5:00 Monday through Thursday, and an extended school year through the end of June. Access Academies, by providing a Graduate Support Director on staff, assists with the academy programming and also support families and students as they transition to high school and college. Those students completing the program, receive scholarship tuition assistance to high school provided by Access Academies.

Center for Hearing and Speech

The Center for Hearing & Speech improves the quality of life for individuals with hearing and speech disorders by providing caring and high quality services, regardless of one’s ability to pay, and continually striving to address a greater portion of the unmet need relating to speech and audiology in the St. Louis region.

Lutheran Family and Children Services

Lutheran Family and Children Services supports our students in 5th-7th grade with Character Education programming.

Perkins Foundation

The Perkins Foundation has partnered with St. Cecilia School and Academy to provide significant scholarships to our students to alleviate the burden of tuition on our families.

The Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation

The Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation (TTEF) provides direct scholarship tuition assistance to our families. Additionally, TTEF provides a Director of Development to work with school leadership on marketing, community partnerships and importantly, to seek funding from corporations, individuals and grant funders to support the school’s overall operating budget.