In the St. Louis region, an adult with a bachelor’s degree has median earnings 40% higher than one with just a high school diploma and 17% higher than one with an associate’s degree.
     This site is for students—and those who support them—to facilitate getting ready, getting in and getting through postsecondary education. 

Deaconess Foundation hosts free event blending family fun with parent resources, June 20 at Jackie Joyner Kersee Center
Free college counseling and financial aid advice is available this summer at the High School to College Center!
Learn more about work underway through St. Louis Graduates in our April 2015 e-newsletter!
Alan Byrd, dean of enrollment services at University of Missouri-St. Louis, and Allison Williams, senior vice president-programs at Wyman, stepping...
St. Louis is one of 20 metropolitan areas joining Lumina Foundation's 75-city Community Partnerhsip for Attainment network.
Read about St. Louis Graduates in the National Civic Review, the journal of the National Civic League!
Why is the High School to College Center important? Read what students have to say.
Quick links to help with college admissions,financial aid and enrollment.
Students are coming to the High School to College Center to get help with financial aid, admissions paperwork, housing and other aspects of college...
The High School to College Center opens Monday with FREE college counseling and financial aid assistance to recent high school graduates.