LaSalle Springs Middle School Points of Pride

  • Recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School and a Missouri Department of Education Gold Star School
  • Two-time recipient of National School of Character and Missouri School of Character. Also a recipient of multiple Promising Practices awards
  • Recognized as a 2018 Leader In Me Lighthouse School
  • Recognized as a 2018-2019 Best Buddies Outstanding Chapter
  • Teachers work in Professional Learning Teams to collaborate, learn and grow in order to provide a positive school culture that enhances learning
  • Strong community support through the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
  • We offer an extensive afterschool program, providing over 35 extracurricular, intramurals, co-curricular, and tutoring opportunities
  • Through Project Lead the Way, students have an opportunity to participate an innovative project-based learning program that incorporates science, technology, engineering, and math.
  • Our Kindness Crew student leadership group plays an active role in promoting an anti-bullying message and our PRIDE expectations through student activities and assemblies.

Our Students

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Enrollment By Grade

Grade Level Count
6th Grade 295
7th Grade 287
8th Grade 290
Total Enrollment


* Some values are not shown in order to protect small student populations.
Demographic Group Count
American Indian/Alaska Native *
Asian 1.6%
Black 5.6%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander *
Hispanic 3.1%
Multiracial 2.8%
White 86.7%

Our Staff

have advanced degrees
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Calendar Days and Attendance

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parent conference days

You may view more information on the Missouri Comprehensive Data System. This website from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) contains pertinent school-related data at the state, district and school level.

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