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Small Business Incubator

Over the last couple of years, SLUH students have taken part in several activities related to business and entrepreneurship. The school has partnered with parents and alumni in some of these activities and is currently looking to expand this partnership with members of our adult community to serve as mentors and advisors to student entrepreneurs.

DOWNLOAD: Small Business Incubator Information (pdf, 387.18KB)

Corporate Matching Gifts Double the Impact of Annual Giving

Boeing.  Anhesuer-Busch.  Wells Fargo.  Emerson.  The list goes on and on.  16,000 corporations and subsidiaries match the charitable contributions of their employees.  If you or your spouse works for one of these companies, you can easily double the size and impact of your gift by filling out a simple form, available from your Human Resources office.  And, you will receive credit for that gift.  For additional information, contact SLUH's Matching Gifts coordinator Donna Sokolowski at (314) 269-2084 or click here.

Strategic Adult Program

In just three hours...acquire a mindset and skills for a lifetime! Join SLUH teacher Tom Zinselmeyer ‘99 and former SLUH teacher Lauren Dickens in their Strategic Adult Program, which offers insight, advice, essential skills, and action steps to help people gain a strategic position relative to their peers.

This three-hour program engages and helps high school (current sophomores, juniors, and seniors) and college students develop a healthy financial mindset and foundation, leverage personal and social media networks, and cultivate critical communication and technology skills. Registration includes: participation in three-hour program, meal provided, Strategic Adult manual, attendance gifts, and Giveaway Prize (for each program date, the first 15 who register qualify to win a Giveaway Prize!). CLICK HERE to register.

Meal Card Deposits

Food Service Consultants is now accepting meal card payments through PayPal.  The cost of using Paypal is 2.9% per transaction plus an amount determined by your bank.  These fees will be deducted from the amount you have sent in and the remainder will be put on your son's meal card. Food Service Consultants is not charging for this payment convenience (all charges come from PayPal and your bank).  If you do not have a PayPal account you will need to set up your own PayPal account first.  The address for SLUH is Please remember to put your son's name in the subject box under "email recipient."  Any other questions can be directed to  We hope that you will find this as an added convenience.

Parent Network

SLUH is part of the Parent Network of Catholic High Schools in St. Louis, which helps parents with the challenges of raising Catholic teens in today's world. The Parent Network offers programs to inform and educate parents about current social issues and pressures children face during their adolescent years. For further information, visit

Tuition Information

SLUH is pleased to offer FACTS e-Cashier by FACTS Management Company to facilitate tuition payment. Through FACTS e-Cashier you can arrange for ten monthly payments or four non-monthly payments. FACTS e-Cashier will allow you to make payment(s) automatically from your checking or savings account.

>>>CLICK HERE to access E-Cashier if you are interested in setting up tuition payments through FACTS.

Visit Admissions: Tuition & Financial Aid for up-to-date tuition & financial aid information.

Parent E-mail Addresses

SLUH is collecting parent e-mail addresses for addition to its student information database. The school does not intend to send any official correspondence via e-mail at this time but, rather, is requesting this information for teachers so they might have another line of communication with parents.

Even if parents have submitted an e-mail address somewhere else, SLUH invites them to click here and submit an up-to-date address where SLUH can contact them. Parents can submit up to two e-mail addresses for any combination of mother, father and guardian.

Student & Parent Handbook

For your reference, the Student and Parent Handbook (in Academics / Policies & Requirements) is always available online. If you have any questions about discipline or student welfare matters, call Mr. Brock Kesterson, Assistant Principal for Discipline and Student Welfare at 531-0330 x2135 or e-mail at

Parents Resources

Upcoming Events

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