About Lift for Life Academy
Lift for Life Academy is a charter school located in St. Louis' Soulard neighborhood. Established in 1988, Lift for Life began as a weightlifting gym and later grew to include free year-round after-school care for children ages 8 to 18. In 2000, the organization opened an Academy, becoming a independent charter middle school in the city of St. Louis. The school, currently comprised of 350 students, is free and open to all St. Louis students in grades six through nine.
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Latest Lift for Life Academy News
Nov 14, 2018
From staff reports A rendering shows improvements at the Muny including "shells" on each side of the stage, a new light bridge across the stage and a new pair of digital screens onstage. The shells, made of glass fiber reinforced concrete, can be colored with LED lighting. Handout Bayer announced grants of $1.2 million Wednesday to fund construction and renovation projects by two St. Louis nonprofits. Bayer, the German life sciences company that acquired Creve Coeur-based Monsanto earlier this year, said it will give The Muny $1 million over five years to support the outdoor theater Second Century Capital Campaign improvements . Those improvements include a rebuild of the theater’s stage, maintenance and upkeep of The Muny's 100-year-old campus in Forest Park. The campaign announced earlier this year is seeking to raise $100 million for extensive improvements to the facility. Separately, Bayer is giving a $246,000 grant to Lift for Life Academy to support the school’s 'Fulfilling Our Promise' construction campaign to add six new science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) classrooms to the academy’s new high school wing. Lift for Life is an independent charter school for grades 6-12 at 1731 S. Broadway in south St. Louis. Both The Muny and Lift for Life Academy plan to name a room or area of their projects after Bayer. Following its acquisition of Monsanto, St. Louis became Bayer’s North American headquarters. "We are eager and honored to support civic projects that promote the arts, digital innovation and STEM-based learning opportunities,” Al Mitchell, Bayer’s Vice President of Community Engagement, said in a statement. “These grants represent Bayer’s ongoing commitment to assist organizations in the communities where our employees and customers live and work. The ultimate impact of these St. Louis organizations will last far beyond the buildings that we’re improving together.” Business Briefing from St. Louis Post-Dispatch Make it your business. Get twice-daily updates on what the St. Louis business community is talking about. This field is required.
Lift for Life Academy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Lift for Life Academy founded?
Lift for Life Academy was founded in 1988.
Where is Lift for Life Academy's headquarters?
Lift for Life Academy's headquarters is located at 15635 Alton Parkway, Suite 400, St. Louis.
What is Lift for Life Academy's latest funding round?
Lift for Life Academy's latest funding round is Loan.
How much did Lift for Life Academy raise?
Lift for Life Academy raised a total of $1.5M.
Who are the investors of Lift for Life Academy?
Investors of Lift for Life Academy include Paycheck Protection Program and Advantage Capital.
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