With an exciting win over Chaminade, the Jr. Billiken basketball team clinched at least a share of the MCC basketball title.
A group of Jr. Bills successfully launched a homemade weather balloon to study the climate for the second time this school year.
For the first time ever, the St. Louis U. High hockey team will enter the playoffs with the No. 1 seed next to their name.
Thirty-one students and three chaperones flew to Washington D.C. last weekend for the 44th annual March for Life.
Senior Project inspired Brian Wamhoff '92 to impact children's lives and provide hope for future generations.
SLUH hosted the second of three National Signing Days on February 1 in the Si Commons.
Hundreds attended a special Chinese New Year celebration that featured several performances by Jr. Bills and visiting performers.
Two leading alumni scientists recently shared their experiences and passion for science exploration with Jr. Bills.
SLUH's Robotics Club hosted the second annual Clavius Project Robotics Jamboree for middle-school students interested in STEM.
Andrew Grassi '17 says choosing Long Elementary School for his Senior Project site was the "best decision I have ever made in my life."