School District of Clayton
School District of Clayton includes all of Clayton, portions of Richmond Heights, and a portion of unincorporated St. Louis County, Missouri, USA. The district is located immediately to the west of the City of St. Louis. As of 2005 the school district had 2497 students, 219 full-time teachers, and 6 schools. There was a 11:1 student-teacher ratio.
The Clayton High School in Missouri was founded in 1910
High school 
- Clayton High School — grades 9-12. Clayton High School is highly rated academically. It was ranked by Newsweek as the 230th-best public high school in the nation in 2004, which was the 2nd highest in the state of Missouri. In 2011 it was ranked as the 89th best public high school in the nation and was 1st in the state of Missouri. As of 2007, approximately 97% of all Clayton High Schoolers graduate High School, and go on to college. The school won the 2004 Missouri Class 4 state championship in football. The high school's mascot is the Greyhound, and its colors are orange and blue.
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- Scott Foley, actor, Felicity
- Derrick Frost, 1999, NFL punter
- Rocco Landesman, 1965, award-winning Broadway producer
- Ryan McAdams, 2000, Fulbright Scholar and accomplished conductor
- Louise Post, 1985, lead singer of the rock band Veruca Salt
- Kathryn Sansone, 1980, Personal Trainer, author
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Middle school 
- Wydown Middle School supports students in grades 6-8. The school was erected in 1942. At this point, Wydown was being used as a junior high school. Due to the large population of students, Clayton High School was created as a complement to Wydown. This school has a reputation for its intramural programs and its mathematics. It has been ranked top ten in Missouri for "excellence in mathematics for schools with over 500 students" since 1999.
Elementary schools 
- Captain Elementary School — grades K-5
- Glenridge Elementary School — grades K-5
- Meramec Elementary School — grades K-5
Early childhood education and parenting 
- The Family Center — pre-K
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