Hazelwood School District


The second largest school district in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area, the District extends from I-70 on the west and the I-270 bridge on the east, covering 78 square miles, an area larger than the City of St. Louis. Its northern and southern boundaries are the two Great Rivers, the Missouri and the Mississippi, and I-270. The district includes the communities of Hazelwood, Black Jack, and Spanish Lake; a large section of the city of Florissant; portions of the cities of Bridgeton, Bellefontaine Neighbors and Ferguson; and several square miles of unincorporated St. Louis County.

Vision Statement
The Hazelwood School District will be a premier learning community characterized by excellence, equity and high expectations.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Hazelwood School District is to launch learners on a quest for high standards, fairness and distinguished achievement.

District Goals:

  • Hazelwood students will meet or exceed state standards in all curricular areas, with emphasis in reading and writing, mathematics, science and social studies.
  • Hazelwood teachers will acquire and apply the skills necessary for improving student reading and writing.
  • Hazelwood School District, the community and all families will support the learning of all children.

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