Physical Education/ Health

Physical Education is an integral component of the St. Louis U. High curriculum. Regular physical activity is not only essential for the student’s healthy growth and development, but may also provide the following benefits:

  • Improved physical fitness
  • Enhanced motor skills development, greater flexibility and improved coordination
  • Higher academic achievement
  • Stress reduction and greater mindfulness
  • Higher student accountability and responsibility for their personal health and fitness
  • Improved self-discipline and motivation
  • Development of leadership skills, good sportsmanship and fair play, and working with others
  • Improved self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Greater ability to focus on tasks and achieve goals

Physical Education offers students the opportunity to participate in a variety of individual and team sport activities, as well as weight training. To complement these activities, topics that are pertinent to overall health, wellness and fitness are discussed in order to educate students and to help them make positive choices and establish good habits in regards to these topics.

Scott Gilbert

Scott Gilbert

Class of 1988
Registered Nurse/Director of Student Health
Jon McCutchen

Jon McCutchen

Strength & Conditioning Coach/Athletic Trainer
Nicholas Snyder

Nicholas Snyder

Athletic Trainer
Patrick Zarrick

Patrick Zarrick

Class of 1977