Maryland Heights

1805 Craigshire Road
Maryland Heights, MO 63146

Wildwood

16500 Manchester Road
Wildwood, MO 63040

Manchester (Lafayette Center)

407 Lafayette Center Road
Manchester, MO 63011

South County (Tesson Ferry)

12400 Tesson Ferry Road
St. Louis, MO 63128

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Youth Accounts

Youth SavingsSaving money, spending wisely and helping others are concepts that we all aspire for our children and grandchildren. Experts agree that an early start is the best way to develop habits that will last a lifetime. Youth Accounts can help parents and grandparents teach children about savings, spending and giving to prepare them for their future.

Super Savers Kids Club (Ages 0 to 12) Super Savers Kids Club

  • We match the initial $5 deposit to a new Super Savers Account
  • Earn 5 Honor Dollars for all A's & B's on semester report card*
  • Special events every April during Credit Union Youth Month and throughout the year
  • Googolplex money facts, games and advice designed to teach kids the importance of saving and spending wisely
  • Primary account owner must be age 0 to 12

* $5 deposit to Super Saver account once per semester report card (limit two per year). Super Saver member must be present when grades are submitted to the credit union.

Super Powers Teen Club (Ages 13 to 17)Super Powers Teen Club

  • We match the initial $5 deposit to a new Super Powers Account
  • Earn Movie Tickets for making your school's honor roll*
  • Special events every April during Credit Union Youth Month and throughout the year
  • Special gift mailed before your 13th, 16th and 18th birthdays
  • Edward G. Halliburton Scholarship Program for high school seniors (applications available January 1 each year)
  • Reloadable prepaid debit cards to learn how to spend wisely
  • Googolplex money facts, games and advice designed to teach teens the importance of saving and spending wisely
  • Primary account owner must be age 13 to 17

* One (1) movie pass awarded to Super Powers member once per semester honor roll (limit two per year). Super Powers member must be present when honor roll status is submitted to the credit union.

Student Services (Ages 18 to 22)Students Services

Kids & Money

Help your child handle money responsibly. Learn fun money facts and ways to keep your children on a path toward fiscal responsibility.

Student Financial Aid

Here’s a helpful overview of student financial aid. Learn about student loans, scholarships and more.

Customized Classroom Presentations

Electro Savings Credit Union offers free classroom presentations to support elementary, middle, and high school teachers in their efforts to teach students about money management, the proper use of credit, and more.

Find out more about financial presentations for your students, email or call Community Development at (314) 434-6470.