The Jesuit Jubilee, honoring Jesuits who celebrate 75, 70, 60, 50 or 25 year milestones, is Sunday, October 24.
Please join us for CASHBAH '22 on Saturday, April 2.
SLUH honored the contributions and influence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the U.S. during National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Student Body VP Ismael "Ish" Karim ’22 talks about his SLUH experience, how he celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, and his future aspirations.
Eight Jr. Bills actively engaged in research shared their remarkable projects and experiences.
James Blase '75 recounts the 1970 State Championship in detail.
The Fathers Club is sponsoring a service project for SLUH dads and sons at our Madonna Della Strada Retreat Center on October 30.
Jr. Bills visited the Flags of Valor Memorial in Forest Park to learn about and reflect on the impact of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
This summer Zach Brugnara '22 participated in the St. Louis SDG Changemakers Youth Action Program to address local issues and challenges.
SLUH is pleased to welcome middle school students and families to our campus for a variety of visit opportunities this fall.
English teacher Adam Cruz ’10 has been selected as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction for outstanding excellence in education.
SLUH honored the first two recipients of the Sacred Heart Award – John Vatterott and Dr. Mary Lee McConaghy – at the Mass of the Holy Spirit in the Si Commons on August 31.
Global Education Directors, Mr. Rob Chura and Ms. Maria-Paz Campos, formalize school partnerships in Egypt, Chile and India.
From May 2021 until July 2022, the Jesuits and the Ignatian family celebrate the 500th anniversary of the transformation of St. Ignatius.
Louie Hotop, SJ ’09 was among five members of the Jesuits USA Central and Southern Province who were ordained to the priesthood on June 12.
Special awardees as well as those faculty and staff who are leaving or retiring were recognized at the annual event.
Joe Hurley '64 and his brother Pat '68 are furthering their parents legacy, one that valued education, with a SLUH endowed scholarship.
Tim Rodgers ’71 and Michael Soehngen ’67 received this distinguished honor for their dedicated and enduring service to SLUH.
He assumes this new position following the retirement of Tom Becvar, who leaves a 48-year legacy at SLUH.
Registration is open for the Fr. Hagan Alumni Cup on June 25 in Forest Park.