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St. Peters, MO
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100 Dubray Dr
St. Peters, MO 63376

(636) 279-7979
(636) 278-4749
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January 13, 2013
I have not attended Dubray yet but might be attending there. This isnt a review but just a verification of how the school is. Im a little nervous because I have been in private school my whole life (since I was 2) and have had good and bad experiences. I'm moving into the area so this is the school I would be going to. If I do come hopefully the experience will be great. Please comment ( if you can) anything you think I should know... Thank You!!!

- submitted by a community member

January 29, 2011
I'm a student at Dubray and everyday is a great day and full of fun! I wouldn't go to any other school. At Dubray there are amazing teachers that care about students and are willing to help. The principals are wonderful too!

- submitted by a community member

July 30, 2009
this school is the best school my baby girl has ever gone into. its wonderful everyone of the other parents Im friends with they have said the same thing:) I love this school I hope the high schools just like it.

- submitted by a parent

March 04, 2009
I love my school! I personally think it's the best middle school I ever went to. Concidering ive been to 2 of them. :D

- submitted by a student

February 01, 2009
this school is mean and dispicable teachers are nice but mrs,white is a horoable princepal!!

- submitted by a student
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January 06, 2009
I go to this school. And I enjoy it most of the time to be honest. I think teachers word very hard to keep us from getting bored. I also think a lot of the teachers do a very good job at keeping their personal beliefs out of their teaching lessons. Sometimes, though the school isn't tough enough on some students. They tell us if we disrespect a teacher, we will get ISS and everything. But I see teachers 'dissed' every day to their faces, and students don't seem affected when a prinipal tells them to stop it five times and no punishment. As a compliement to all the students, I think most of us are overall respectful to each other for middle schoolers. I can't wait to go to high school with them; if only the teachers could come to! =(

- submitted by a student

December 17, 2008
It's only my first year at Dubray, and I love it! The teachers, students, every thing! Especially the lunches. ;-) It's so cool. I've already made tons of friends and keep making more each day. P.E is so much better for me this year! I'm doing great, I even made it into the free throw shoot finals. Without Mr. Gebben, I wouldn't be able to do so good. So Dubray rocks and I think everyone should give it a chance. Go DMS!

- submitted by a student

February 11, 2008
I'm a student at Dubray middle and love it there!The teachers are so nice and positive! Plus the rules/puinishments are not too harsh, but at the same time teach you waht you did wrong. So I think Dubray is a great place to go and learn!

- submitted by a student

April 27, 2007
This school has completely disappointed me. When I questioned vice-principle, Mr. Hale on a discipline issue for my son it resulted in an extension of his unjust punishment. The admin office is incompetent in several areas, I have to write multiple checks for lunch because they can't figure out how to split the money up for my children. I also had inquired about my one child missing extended days due to surgery and if it would affect his attendance record etc. they gave me an incomplete answer and within 2 weeks I received a warning for the missing days which I had already submitted doctors notes for. I have one child on the honor roll and had to ask for him to receive advance math skills because he never has homework and I didn't feel he was being challenged. I just hope the high school will be more rewarding.

- submitted by a parent

September 19, 2006
I have 1 child in their 2nd year and 1 that has moved up to high school. The principles and counselers have worked extreemely hard with my high schooler. The staff tries to aide each child, unfortunately they can not prevent all thing from happening. Teens are hard on each other and this reflect on the parent or lack of parent involvement. dms offers many extra curricular activities if the child chooses to take part. I do believe they should offer a peer support group for all grades to help students overcome emontional development. dms should spend time with the 7th graders preparing them for high school.

- submitted by a parent

August 07, 2006
My son had terrible bus transportation to school because the bus was out of control and in my opinion unsafe. In the school, teachers and principal's go through the motions but do not seem to have passion about educating. This is evident when we try to speak to teachers about what our child is actually learning.

- submitted by a parent

April 21, 2006
This is my child's second year at dubray, and all i can say is 'wow'. The teachers, principles and guidance counselors really care about their students. The extra curriculars are great. My daughter loves her school and i am pleased with her experience. It is a great place to learn.

- submitted by a parent

February 21, 2006
My 6th grader is having her best year ever. The teachers and principals are extremely positive. She is engaged in her lessons and (usually) enjoys doing homework and projects. She is involved in extracurricular activities. The students are well behaved and she has made many friends.

- submitted by a parent

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Dr. Bernard J. Dubray Middle School
100 Dubray Dr, St. Peters, MO  63376
(636) 279-7979
Last modified Dr. Bernard J. Dubray Middle School is a Public school that serves grades 6-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Dr. Bernard J. Dubray Middle School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 20 reviews. Top