Academic Awards

  • Thirty-one percent of the Class of 2014 received National Merit recognition.
  • Middle and upper school art students received 79 Scholastic Art Awards in 2011.
  • The middle school Science Olympiad team has qualified for nationals the last six years and finished ninth in the nation in 2011; upper school has competed at nationals for the last 22 of 24 years.
  • A Pembroke Hill 2011 graduate was selected a Presidential Scholar In The Arts.
  • Since 2000, PHS athletes have won 28 Missouri State Championships.
  • PHS middle school median scores on the challenging ERB tests are above the 90th percentile when compared to the national norms.
  • Forty-six upper school students earned the Presidential Community Service Award in 2011 for completing over 100 hours of community service in a single school year.
  • A PHS freshman finished fourth in the 2011 National History Day competition.
The Pembroke Hill School is a college preparatory school where the emphasis is on the whole child.  The four divisions of the school - early childhood, lower school, middle school and upper school - provide excellent educational programs appropriate for the children in that division.  The school provides small classroom environments with some of the finest teachers in the region and a challenging curriculum.  Because of the small size of classes, students are very well known by the adults in the school community who support them and encourage them to reach their full potential.