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Urban Challenge

Juniors: Contact Mrs. Anzalone is you are interested in participating in the Urban Challenge Program next summer. This program is an urban, service-learning, immersion experience rooted in the Catholic faith tradition. Offering a point of access to the lives and stories of the people of Camden, NJ, and its surrounding communities, Urban Challenge is a unique educational and retreat opportunity that serves high school students between their junior and senior years. The program, a week-long experience that takes place each July, is built upon four fundamental components: prayer, service, education, and reflection. >>>CLICK HERE to read student reflections from their Urban Challenge experiences in July 2015.

iPad Program

After a successful pilot program with the class of 2018, the decision has been made to use iPads in Freshmen and Sophomore classrooms beginning in the upcoming 2015-16 school year.

SLUH’s Instructional Council and Device Committee, comprised of faculty members from all departments, conducted research to implement the program. Students in the Class of 2018 and 2019 will be required to purchase an iPad or may use one they already have.

Andrea Nunziante, Director of Educational Technology, has been training teachers and evaluating applications best suited for the classroom. CLICK HERE for more information on the program and requirements.


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.

ACT Prep

Download the link below for information regarding the October 2015 ACT prep course.

Download the October 2015 ACT (pdf, 145.03KB)

Get Involved

Visit the Co-Curriculars section for a list of available clubs and activities. SLUH's co-curricular program, which includes more than 50 clubs and organizations, appeals to a variety of student interests.

Menu & Cafeteria Information

You may add money to your meal card (student ID) by bringing in cash or check made payable to Food Service Consultants at anytime. Simply give the payment to a cashier in the cafeteria. The monies are immediately added to your account for your use.

Student menu Oct 5-9 (pdf, 41.71KB)

Student & Parent Handbook

For your reference, the is always available online (download below). 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 email at

>> Download Parent/Student Handbook 2015-16 (pdf, 2.41MB)

>> Download Frequently Asked Questions

Grad at Grad

The profile of the SLUH "Graduate at Graduation" outlines a series of characteristics that a graduate of the school should embody at graduation. These attributes are organized into five categories: Open to Growth, Intellectually Competent, Religious, Loving and Committed to Doing Justice. In fact, all 55 schools within the Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA) share these common characteristics of the "Grad at Grad."

>> Download the Grad at Grad profile

Upcoming Events

Friday, November 27

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