Asst. Principal - Student Life
Assistant Principal – Student Life
Office Hours are the same as the school's and preferably by appointment only.
Message from Dr. Kesterson
Philosophy and Purpose of Discipline
There are primarily two reasons for discipline in the high school. It is necessary to preserve order and to protect the common good. Discipline is also necessary and essential in order to instill values and ideals as well as desirable and responsible habits of behavior in the student so that he is growing into a mature and responsible individual. The development of these guidelines is based on this philosophy and for the protection of the common good.
Student enrollment at SLUH is an expressed agreement—on behalf of students and their parents/guardians—to observe the student guidelines and to commit to the goals and ideals of Jesuit education and to the philosophy of SLUH as stated in the “Profile of the St. Louis U. High Graduate at Graduation." The school reserves the right to review a student's performance in accordance with these expectations to determine if he and the school can continue to benefit by his continuing as a student at SLUH.
Acceptance as a student at SLUH is a privilege. Continuation as a student is considered automatic, provided students maintain acceptable academic standards; attempt to live the philosophy and goals; and follow the policies and regulations of SLUH. In all disciplinary cases, both the welfare of the student and the welfare of the school are of concern.
Secretary to Asst. Principal - Student Life