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Dr. Beth Rapoff

Dr. Beth Rapoff joined the Ladue Horton Watkins High School team in 2014 as an assistant principal and now serves as the associate principal. Prior to coming to LHWHS, Dr. Rapoff was an English teacher and an assistant principal in Illinois. She attended the University of Evansville and played soccer. She completed her bachelor’s degree in English and her master’s degree in Educational Administration from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Rapoff earned her doctorate in Educational Administration from Lindenwood University and serves as an adjunct professor in their School of Education.

Responsibilities:

12th Grade – Discipline, Development, Attendance, Class and Parent Meetings

  • Transcripts, Student Records, Exchange Programs
  • Director of LEADS Academy
  • Director of Ladue Opportunities
  • Virtual Programming
  • Social Emotional Student Supports
  • Math Placements
  • Master Schedule
  • Room Utilization 
  • Scheduling Handbook-Protocols, Course Additions, Descriptions, and Deletions 

High School Committee: Safety

District Committees: Calendar 

Supervision/Evaluation: Math, Specialists, Library/Media, and Technology