Louise Losos, the former principal of Clayton High School in Missouri, made a significant impact on the quality of education at the school. Clayton High School earned recognition as the top school in the State of Missouri in 2012, and she helped establish a 90 percent passing rate among students taking AP exams. Louise Losos also oversaw a renovation of Clayton High School that created an improved environment more conducive to learning.

As part of the renovation, a new three-story science and technology addition replaced the outdated science classrooms. Additionally, various other classroom spaces received updates for the purposes of flexibility, and the theater, which also functions as the auditorium, acquired new updated equipment. The $35 million project increased storage capacity and energy efficiency for the school and included the addition of a two-story athletic building. Overall, the renovations to the high school provide the updated infrastructure that facilitates an elevated learning atmosphere for the students.