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Exceptional Beginnings,
Incredible Results
Exceptional Beginnings,
Incredible Results

What Makes
CDS Exceptional?

Chesterfield Day School is a coeducational, not-for-profit, independent private school in St. Louis, Missouri serving students age 18 months (preschool) through Sixth Grade. Our mission is to provide a personalized education of unparalleled excellence for students of diverse backgrounds.

Our inclusive community represents diversity in many ways; 33% of our student body is racially and ethnically diverse, and CDS families reside in communities throughout the St. Louis region.

| Start-To-Finish Education

Beginning in our Toddler program through First Grade, Chesterfield Day School’s premier Montessori School bridges to a strong and distinctive secondary school preparation program with personalized methodologies. This start-to-finish approach yields students who are highly sought-after by top secondary schools, and consistently outperform their independent school peers on standardized tests.

| Start-To-Finish Education

Beginning in our Toddler program through First Grade, Chesterfield Day School’s premier Montessori School bridges to a strong and distinctive secondary school preparation program with personalized methodologies. This start-to-finish approach yields students who are highly sought-after by top secondary schools, and consistently outperform their independent school peers on standardized tests.

| Our Philosophy

The Chesterfield Day School philosophy values the whole child. Our methodologies are rooted in the science of child development, and our expert faculty create a nurturing environment that enables each child to reach their potential–without ceilings and a pull-out environment. Our low classroom ratios allow for each child to work at their own pace and build the full set of skills they need to navigate our ever-changing world. Chesterfield Day School students joyfully enter school each day and are meaningfully engaged—stretched both academically, physically, and in character.