Miriam School


The Miriam School was established in 1956 by The Miriam Foundation, a volunteer membership organization that is committed to improving the quality of life for families challenged by disability or illness and that traces its roots to 1910. The school serves 96 children, ages 4-14, who are of average and above-average potential with multiple learning disabilities including attention deficit disorders, fine and gross motor delays, speech and language impairments, and autism spectrum disorder. The Miriam School is the only independent school in the St. Louis metropolitan region that educates children with a team of certified special education teachers, speech and language pathologists and occupational therapists on staff. Students come from over 50 different zip codes in Missouri and Illinois and represent a rich diversity in racial, religious, ethnic and socio-economic status.


501 Bacon Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63119

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