Lafayette High
17050 Clayton Road, Wildwood, MO 63011
Phone 636-733-4100 . Fax 636-733-8819

Principal Dr. Mehrotra - Class of 2020

Jan 14
ACT Presentation on LHS Curriculum Night

​With the free ACT test coming to Juniors on April 2nd, don't miss your chance to learn about the test before Curriculum Night on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019 from 6:00-6:50 p.m. in room 137. Mrs. Cheryl Hermach, ACT Prep Coordinator, will present information about what's on the test, how it's scored, how your child can prepare for the April test & other testing information. Please come with questions, for there will be time to answer those. This session is open to all parents with the junior parents specifically in mind.

Kirti Mehrotra Ph.D
Class of 2020 Principal
Lafayette High School
17050 Clayton Road
Wildwood, MO 63011
Tel. # 636-733-4111
Fax : 636-733-8819

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Jan 08
​​Guidance & Counseling Newsletter January 2019

​Happy New Year!

It's hard to believe we are already half way through this school year! Below you will find information about upcoming events, deadlines, and opportunities. Be sure to check out our website which provides the most up-to-date information, various forms, and a calendar with important dates. If you have any questions about the information below, please contact us.

Rockwood's Early College Partnership (ECP):

Any 10th grade student interested in Rockwood's ECP program should submit an application by February 1st. Students will hear after March 1st if they are accepted into the program. For more information about the program, and to print the application, visit the ECP page on the Rockwood School District website.

A Parent/Student Information Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 8th from 6:30-7:30pm at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood in the Multipurpose Room, Side B. This optional meeting is for any 10th grade student and their parent who have an interest in applying for the ECP program for the 2019-20 school year. The meeting will discuss the basic "nuts and bolts" of the program and will include Q & A's to answer any specific questions you may have.

Curriculum Night: Wednesday, January 16th, 7:00-8:00pm, Lafayette High School

Parents are invited to attend Curriculum Night to hear about everything Lafayette has to offer! Administrators, Counselors, Teachers, and Club Sponsors will be available to answer questions you may have about Lafayette and high school in general.

Mrs. Hermach will be giving a presentation before Curriculum Night from 6:00-6:50pm in room 137 concerning ACT tests with special emphasis on the upcoming test for juniors. All parents are welcome to attend.

Junior Meetings with College and Career Counselors:

Now is the time for juniors to begin meeting with their College and Career Counselor to communicate post-high school plans. Juniors can go to room 121 and Mrs. Hagemeier with assist them with making an appointment with either Mrs. Buhr (A-K) or Mrs. Dusenberry (L-Z). Whether the plan is university, community college, trade school, military, or employment… let us help you get the wheels in motion.

Course Selections for 2019-2020 School Year: January 18th-January 28th

The 2019-2020 course registration window will open Friday, January 18th at 7:00am and will close on Monday, January 28th at 4:00pm. During this window of time, students must register their course selections online within Infinite Campus. Before the window opens, counselors will present registration information to each grade-level through class assemblies. During the month of February, counselors will meet with students individually through their Language Arts classes to go over their course selections. At that time, counselors will advise students to make sure the courses they have chosen meet graduation requirements and any college or career goals they may have in mind. Course changes can be made at these individual meetings.

South Tech:

Any Sophomore or Junior interested in attending South Tech next year should submit their application materials as soon as possible. Program spots fill up quickly! For more information about programs offered and to submit an application online,

ACT Test Prep Class:

Those interested in ACT Test Prep for the April test should please see the website for registration materials, or pick up the registration form in the Guidance Office (room 123), or see Mrs. Hermach in room 97. There will be one more prep class offered May 28-31st to prepare for the June 8th ACT test.

AP Exam Information: Exam registration opens on Friday, February 1st

Registration for AP exams takes place online.  Register by Friday, February 15th to avoid a late fee of $25 PER EXAM.  No registrations will be accepted after Sunday, February 24th. If your student currently has an IEP or medical 504 in place and you would like more information about applying to the College Board for testing accommodations, please contact the Test Coordinator, Jessica Brawner.  The deadline to apply for AP accommodations is February 22nd. Please visit the LHS Testing site for exam schedules, registration timeline, and more information about AP exams.

Guidance & Counseling Department

School Counselors:

Jan 03

​​SENIORS AND JUNIORS - IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND A COLLEGE INFO SESSION, YOU MUST SIGN UP AND GET A PASS NO LATER THAN 8:15 AM THE DAY OF THE SCHEDULED SESSION.  PASSES ARE AVAILABLE IN ROOM 121.  (If you are a freshman or sophomore and would like to sign up, you will need prior approval from your College Specialist)

U. S. Army                                        1/15                           10:15


Kansas State University                   1/15                           2:00


The University of Iowa                     1/29                           10:30


Baylor University        ​                     2/13                           1:00


Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis

                                                        3/11                           2:00  



Jan 03
Young Scientist Program Summer Focus at Washington University!

​Do you have a highly motivated 11th grader who is passionate about science or are interested in a career in a laboratory? Please encourage them to apply to the Young Scientist Program Summer Focus at Washington University!


Summer Focus (SF) is a paid 8-week summer internship (May 29-July 26, 2019) for rising seniors that places the students in a research laboratory at Washington University. Summer Focus is a highly successful program that seeks students from St. Louis schools who yearn for hands-on research opportunities.


Keep in mind that only students in 11th grade are eligible to apply, but no experience is necessary.


Applications for the Summer 2019 program are due February 11, 2019.

For more information visit our website: Here you can also look at the profiles of 2018 Summer Focus students. The Summer Focus volunteers would be happy to visit your classroom and give a short presentation about the program to students and faculty. If you would like to schedule a time for one of our YSP volunteers to come by, please let me know.

Summer Focus Program - The Young Scientist Program | Programs

What is the Summer Focus Program? Summer Focus provides outstanding high school students with funded research internships at the Washington University Medical Center.


Thank you for your time and consideration.



Megan Radyk

YSP 2019 Summer Focus Director

Washington University in St. Louis


Jan 03

Important information regarding 

Advisement Presentations for Juniors.

Monday, January 14 - JUNIOR ASSEMBLY

All Juniors will report to 5th Hour class to report for attendance. They will then be dismissed via intercom to report to the theater for their assembly.

Thank you for your support of the Counseling Department as we deliver this essential information to our Junior students.

​The Lafayette Counselors


Jan 03
Taste Of West County - COMING SOON!!


Supports the LHS CLASS of 2020

Lafayette High School Commons

FEBRUARY 25, 2019

5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Enjoy a Wonderful Selection of Culinary Samples from Over 25 Area Restaurants plus, several raffle items

Individual Tickets:  $15.00

Family Special (4 tickets):  $50.00

Children 5 & Under Free



Dec 21



No permits will be issued to anyone with outstanding fines.  

Two students may share a parking space, but each student must complete a separate Parking Permit Application online, and both students must pay by cash or check only.  Both parking applications must be completed online before payment can be made and permit issued.

Temporary permits will be sold on a day-to-day basis.  The cost for the daily permit is $5.00. Temporary permits may be purchased in Room 261.

The Parking Permit Application must be completed online thru the PARENT PAY ONLINE which can be accessed through the LHS or Rockwood School District website.  If you opt to pay via check or cash, you must still complete the PARENT PAY ONLINE and choose the ‘Parking Permit Application Only’ option. This will allow you to complete the required information necessary to complete your parking permit purchase.


  1. PARENT PAY ONLINE:  You may access Parent Pay Online from either Rockwood School District website or LHS website.  Once you have clicked on the Parent Pay Online button, follow the steps below:

  1. Sign in: ‘1st Time Users’ need to register. For students use ‘Returning Users Login’ (User Name = student number and Password = last name in all capitals).  

  1. Click on the student that the permit is being purchased for.

  2. Click on Shop: Items At Student’s School.

  3. Click on Categories:  Parking.

  4. If you plan on paying online, click on Parking Permit Application with Payment Amount $40.00 ‘Buy’.  If you are NOT paying online, click on the second option of Parking Permit Application Only 0.00 ‘Buy’.

  5. Click on Checkout.

  6. Whether you are paying online or not, you must click on Checkout Step 1: Additional Info.  This will allow you to enter the necessary information that must be completed before a permit may be issued.

  7. When finished entering your information, click on Checkout Step 2: Payment.

  8. If you are paying online, you will be asked for your payment information.  If you are paying in person, the next screen will show COMPLETE. You may click on this and then proceed to print your ‘receipt’ which is all of the information you just entered.  You do NOT need to print this for the office – this is for your information only.

  1. When school resumes after the winter break on January 3rd and you have completed the Parent Pay Online form, you may stop by Room 261 during your scheduled lunch shift.

  1. You must have your Driver’s License with you at that time.

  1. If not paying online, check or cash in the amount of $40 for the full year permit will be due.

  1. After you have completed the above steps, you will receive your parking permit hang tag for the second semester of the 2018-19 school year.

Dec 17

Dear high school students,

Interested in some fun while learning about the brain?


Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

1:00-5:00 pm at Washington University


Registration open until February 16, 2019.


The Brain Bee is an international event coordinated by the Society for Neuroscience for high school students. Participants learn about the brain through cool brain science activities and win prizes. The St. Louis champion will be awarded an all-expenses paid trip to Penn State University Medical School for the National Competition. 


Learn more at the SLABB website about how to participate.  Please post the attached flyer for interested students.


Erik Herzog               ph: 314.935.8635

Dept. of Biology       Lab: 314.935.5214

Box 1137                    Fax: 314.935.4432

Washington Univ.

St. Louis, MO 63130


Office: Monsanto 205

Lab: Monsanto 204

Dec 11

Hello all!

We would like to offer your students the opportunity to come study in the library on Monday, 12/17!  In preparation for finals, we wanted to make the library a silent study space.

Any interested student needs to get a pass from the library staff which will require your signature of approval.  On Monday, students will check in with you for attendance, and then they report to the library to read, review, and prepare for finals.

We will also have cocoa, tea, and coffee while supplies last--feel free to stop by as well!  We have limited space each hour so please encourage your students to get a pass from us as soon as possible.  We will not be accepting other passes on Monday to ensure the library will be a silent place to study on that day.

We look forward to Reading Day on Monday, and we would appreciate your help in promoting this opportunity to students who want a quiet, focused workspace to study (Library Reading Day.pdf).

Thank you,

Jane, Nicci and Robin
Dec 04
Good afternoon, 

NHS students have generously set aside time next week after school to offer help to those in need of assistance in one or more subject areas.   There will be tables labeled for core and elective subjects to provide assistance.

All students that feel they might benefit from peer tutoring should go to the library any day after school next week (with the exception of Friday as the library is hosting a fun finals prep session that day).  

My classroom (220) will be the venue for Friday, December 14th, and the library will again on Monday, December 17th.  

Thank you!!

Sincerely, Mr. Brian Fish, NHS Sponsor​
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