Report: College School Spends $430K on Neighboring Property
The school will use the property for records storage in the short term.
The school is a pre-K through eighth-grade institution that offers adventure- and theme-based curriculums. It's facilities include a playground designed with a natural environment, complete with a rock climbing wall.
According to the Business Journal, citing St. Louis County property records, the school, at 1 Newport Place, bought property from John Lark.
The report quoted school head Sheila Gurley, who said the two-story home would be used for records storage and administrative space "while possible long-term uses are considered."