O'Fallon, Missouri Education and City Information

O'Fallon, MO, is home to Zumwalt's Fort, which provided safety for American settlers during the War of 1812. While there are no postsecondary schools in O'Fallon, more than 10 can be found within a 25-mile radius.

Information About O'Fallon, Missouri

O'Fallon, Missouri, is situated about 35 miles west of St. Louis and is home to more than 84,000 people, based on 2014 U.S. Census Bureau estimates. The median home price in O'Fallon for the period 2010-2014 was $192,300, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

The 8th largest city in the state, O'Fallon features a mix of historical sites and museums, memorials and public parks. The city also hosts numerous annual events, including Cabin Fever Daze in January, the O'Fallon Jammin' Concert Series in June, July and August, the Fall Fest & Street Dance in October and the Celebration of Lights in November and December. Additionally, the city is home to a minor-league baseball team, the River City Rascals.

Educational Options Near O'Fallon

Within 15 miles of O'Fallon, students will find Lindenwood University in St. Charles and St. Charles Community College in Cottleville. Extending the radius an additional 10 miles brings in several more nonprofit schools, including Washington University in St. Louis, which was ranked 15th among national universities by U.S. News & World Report in 2016.

Other schools within 25 miles include the St. Louis campus of the University of Missouri, Maryville University of St. Louis, Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis, St. Louis Christian College in Florissant and Principia College in Elsah.

O'Fallon Economy

In 2014, four of St. Charles County's top 12 for-profit employers were located in O'Fallon. These included Citi, MasterCard Worldwide, True Manufacturing and Fireman's Fund.

O'Fallon residents had a median household income of $78,634 for the years 2010-2014, which was significantly higher than the statewide median of $47,764. Over the same period, less than five percent of O'Fallon residents lived below the poverty level, compared to 15.5 percent of residents statewide.

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