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Playscapes on the Main Campus

Main Campus –  Benedicite Education is conveniently located at 725 Wall Street, Wentzville, Missouri. We have a variety of learning spaces, both inside and outside. Each learning space offers its own unique opportunities for freedom, choice, and variety. There are areas for collaboration and teamwork, areas for play and movement, areas for making and inventing, areas for nature and reflection.

  • Classrooms 
  • Cafe style dining area
  • Gymnasium
  • Auditorium
  • Courtyard Garden
  • Outdoor pavilion
  • Outdoor playscape
  • Open field
  • Forest
  • Pond
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Animals on the Farm

The Farm – The Adolescent Program provides experiential learning at Dickherber Farms in Dardenne Prairie, Missouri. Dickherber Farms is a forth generation working farm. The farm is situated on 80 acres and home to many living things from which to learn. The middle school students work alongside the farmers one day every week.

  • Cows
  • Chickens
  • Pigs
  • Peacocks
  • Goats
  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Cornfield
  • Garden
  • Creek
  • Pond
  • Silo classroom
  • Many barns and outbuildings
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Workspaces on the Urban Campus

Urban Campus – The purpose of the Urban Campus is to serve as the gateway to connection and engagement for high school students.  The urban campus is learning filled with life, a living textbook if you will. The arts, the museums, and the community become the classroom. The learning environment is open and collaborative, and not limited to the walls of the building. The learning opportunities are endless with the city as the campus.

  • TechShop
  • Cortex Innovation Community
  • St. Louis Zoo
  • St. Louis Science Center
  • Jewel Box
  • Missouri Botanical Gardens
  • Forest Park
  • MetroLink/Trolley
  • St. Louis Public Library
  • SLU/WashU/UMSL/Fontbonne Universities
  • SSM/BJC Hospitals
  • History Museum
  • Art Museum
  • New Line Theatre
  • The Improv Shop
  • Grand Center
  • Holocaust Museum
  • Campbell House Museum
  • Inside the Economy Museum

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