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Roslyn L. Schulte Memorial All Star Lacrosse game
The first ever girls high school lacrosse game for graduated seniors will be played Wednesday, May 30, 6 p.m. at Mary Institute Country Day School in Ladue.
This game is dedicated to the memory of the late Air Force 1st Lieutenant Roslyn L. Schulte from John Burroughs School. Roz was an avid lacrosse player who graduated from the Air Force Academy and died while on duty in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Her parents will accept a plaque in her honor. Seniors from the area have been selected to play in this all star game on the campus of MICDS.
More About Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School
Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School, also known as MICDS, is a non-sectarian private school for students 4 to 18 years old (or pre-K through the twelfth grade). This prestigious college prep school boasts an overall student-teacher ratio of 8:1 and 100 percent of its high school graduates continue with higher education at universities. The school is mostly co-ed, but there is an option for single-gender classes in the fifth through eighth grades. The total enrollment for October 2010 was 1,202 students. MICDS prides itself on its diversity, its focus on academic excellence and its athletic programs.