Mission Statement

SLUH supports the integration of appropriate technology into classrooms to better serve our faculty and students. Faculty members are equipped with personal computers and the technology needed to enhance their curriculum as desired. The school has made significant technological upgrades in recent past and continues to invest in technology that supports our curriculum and helps fulfill our mission.

St. Louis University High School seeks to cultivate life-affirming virtues, lively imaginations, critical minds and compassionate hearts in its students. We believe that any decisions regarding technology must be made with this goal in mind.

We believe that technology can help teachers and students learn and communicate effectively, and we understand that the world our students live in will often require the intelligent use of technology. We also believe that sound pedagogy and an understanding of our mission should drive the choices we make about technology. We hope to integrate technology into our work in meaningful ways.

We believe there is real value in providing technologies that help teachers teach and students learn, and we also believe in the human exchanges that are at the heart of a Christ-centered liberal arts education. In seeking to fulfill our mission of educating the whole person, we seek to provide students not only with tools that can help them learn or present effectively, but also with the ability to use such tools responsibly and with discernment, both academically and morally.

We believe our challenge as educators is to use our lively imaginations and critical minds to see both possibilities and temptations that technology offers and to use technology responsibly and ethically in order that our students will do the same.


  • More than 400 computers available to students, primarily Mac OS X (10.5 and 10.6)
  • 9 mobile laptop carts (266 computers)
  • 5 student-used computer labs
  • Faculty laptop program
  • 58 classrooms with ceiling mounted projectors, stereos, DVD/VCR's
  • 30 classrooms with SMARTBoards
  • Closed-circuit television system
  • Television studio
  • Campus-wide wireless Internet access
  • Radio studio
  • School Web site
  • Online grades (PowerSchool)
  • Online course management system (Moodle)
  • Extensive Computer Science coursework
  • Student web mail accounts
  • Student server accounts
  • Student-written iPhone app (iSLUH)


  • Advanced Programming in C++
  • AP Computer Science
  • Computer Fundamentals (required for freshmen)
  • Computer Science: Basic Principles
  • Game Programming
  • Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
  • Introduction to C++ Programming
  • Introduction to Java Programming for the Web
  • Introduction to iPhone Application Development
  • Web Programming (XTML, CSS, Javascript and PHP)


Jonathan Dickmann

Jonathan Dickmann

Class of 1996
Director of Information Technology
Jeremy Griggs

Jeremy Griggs

System Administrator
Linda Gruss

Linda Gruss

Technology Support Specialist
Andrea Nunziante

Andrea Nunziante

Faculty Technology Liaison

Graduates leave SLUH fully prepared for the 'digital age' with a practical knowledge and high degree of competence in technology.

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