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Thank you for your interest in Whitfield School. We hope this page provides you with the information you need as you plan your travel.  If you have suggestions for additional information you would find helpful, please let us know.

Schedule a School Visit

Whitfield welcomes college visitors during the fall from September through November. On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, visits occur at 8:00 a.m., 9:45 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 1:00 p.m. On Wednesdays, the visit times are at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 2:00 p.m.

Each fall, Whitfield hosts two "mini" college fairs in order to accommodate as many college visitors as possible during the weeks after the West County Private School College Fair (mid-September) and the NACAC National College Fair (mid-October). At these fairs, all senior, junior and sophomore students are in attendance. We also host a mini college fair in the beginning of April for juniors and sophomores.

To schedule a school visit or register for one of the mini-fairs, please visit RepVisits.com and search for Whitfield School.  If you do not find a mutually convenient appointment or are not using RepVisits, please contact The Office of College Counseling at (314) 415-1264 to schedule an appointment.

 

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Accommodations

There are four hotels near Whitfield that a number of college representatives choose to use:

Directions

Our school is located at:
175. S. Mason Road
St. Louis, Missouri 63141
 

Restaurants

This list of restaurants are close to Whitfield and your hotels:
  • A quick, healthy alternative to fast food is Crazy Bowls and Wraps.
  • Panera Bread was founded here in St. Louis (One of the co-founders was a Whitfield parent.); in St. Louis, Panera is known by its original name, St. Louis Bread Company
  • Sugo offers very good Italian food at prices friendly to your travel expense budget.
  • Deer Creek Cafe is a local alternative to Starbucks and serves breakfast and lunch.  (It's owned by a Whitfield family.)
  • Similar yet different, Lester's and Sportsman's Park celebrate the rich sports history of St. Louis; their menus include great burgers and chicken wings.

Around town

St. Louis offers a wealth of activities and events, some of which are available to you at no cost.  If you have free time after your school visits, we encourage you to explore St. Louis and find out why we're so proud to call it our home.