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Process & Events
Our admissions process is designed to allow prospective students and their families the opportunity to learn about our school and for us to get to know each applicant. The procedure for applying to St. Louis University High School includes the following steps:
1. SLUH Visit (Optional)
Prospective students and their parents can visit SLUH representatives at one of the ten High School Nights sponsored by the St. Louis Archdiocese during September and October, at the Secondary School Night on October 15th and/or at the SLUH Night on October 17th.
You are also invited to visit our campus by attending our Open House on Sunday, November 3, 2013 from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or by participating in Inside SLUH small group tours. Pre-registration is required to participate in Inside SLUH.
2. SLUH Online Application (must be completed in addition to the Catholic High School Application listed below)
Prospective students must complete the SLUH Online Application. Applications are accepted through the application deadline of November 20, 2013.
3. Family Interview
Interviews for prospective students and their parents are conducted Mondays through Fridays through December 19, 2013. You can schedule your family interview online. We strongly encourage both parents to be present. The SLUH Online Application must be completed before scheduling the interview. Upon submission of the online application, the applicant will receive a confirmation email with instructions to schedule his interview. We encourage applicants to apply early as the interview schedule fills up quickly.
4. Catholic High School Application (must be completed in addition to the SLUH Online Application listed above)
Prospective students must submit the Catholic High School Application to the student’s current school by November 20, 2013. This application is available from elementary school principals for students attending Catholic schools, or from PSR directors or SLUH Admissions Office (contact Ann Murphy at (314) 531-0330, ext. 2099) for students attending public schools or private, non-Catholic schools. Upon submission, elementary schools will forward student’s records, including grades and standardized test scores, to SLUH.
5. Decision Letters
Acceptance and non-acceptance letters will be mailed to all applicants on February 7, 2014.