King '13 brings depth as player and coach to new gig.
Divine Award winner John Schaefer '70 reflects on the lessons he learned from SLUH and the importance in giving back.
Noah Arthur Weber '14 pens a tribute to a former teacher and mentor.
Scholarship Donor, Man for Others Bill Pollard III '65 Honored with the Backer Award
SLUH was saddened to learn of the passing of John Vatterott on October 20, 2023. Vatterott was a generous benefactor of St. Louis U. High and the Jesuit, Catholic school mission. In 2021, he was recognized by SLUH with the Sacred Heart Award, the highest honor for a non-alumnus of the school.
Introducing the St. Jean de Brèbeuf Jesuit Community. The nine Jesuits reside on the SLUH campus and serve at SLUH, DeSmet and the Central Southern Province Offices.
SLUH announced Espen Conley ‘11 will serve as the next head coach for the wrestling program.
Fr. Caruso, SJ reflects on the importance of cultivating the virtues of the Grad at Grad, particularly, Religious.
Women play a pivotal role in the formation of Men for Others at SLUH, enriching every sector of student life, from academics and athletics, to counseling and campus ministry.
Bryan Maas '12, Senior Optical Engineer at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, reflects on his journey from Oakland Avenue to space exploration.
Alec Abeln '13, offensive analyst for the University of Tennessee football team, shares what inspired and motivated him.
Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau, the youngest member with the Corps of Discovery, distinguished as an Alumni Trailblazer.
David Works ’85 reflects on his own “Pursuit of Excellence” — his lifelong search for the culture of excellence he first encountered at SLUH.
St. Louis U. High is pleased to celebrate the success of the Go Forth campaign, strengthening our 205-year legacy with a focus on financial accessibility, academic excellence and revitalizing our century-old campus.
Bob Conrads' time at SLUH instilled a strong work ethic and curiosity of a life-long learner, which translated to 60 years of success in half a dozen industries.
Keller Anderson '23 has been passionate about music since he was old enough to strum a guitar. As his two headlining concerts and four released songs can attest, Anderson “can’t help it” but to share his gift with the world.
Former Prep Newsians reflect on the impact of Steve Missey '88; an impact he continues bestowing upon Jr. Bills to this day.
The new Claude Heithaus, SJ 1916 Media Center offers a dedicated space to cultivate creativity and collaboration.
New faculty member Brian Reeves' passion for singing, coupled with his breadth of experience, provides Jr. Bills the guidance and direction to maximize their choral talent and impress audiences.
Since 2018, the SLUH Global Education program has continued to thrive, providing Jr. Bills many opportunities to grow as global citizens in an Ignatian context.