Student Support Services

The Student Support Services Office at St. Louis U. High is comprised of three distinct roles: School Counselors, College Counselors and Learning Coaches. Our counselors and coaches meet regularly to coordinate the services we provide to students, and families may find it helpful to work with several members of the team at once depending on the type of support they seek. In general, a student's School Counselor is the first point of contact with the Student Support Services Office.

The SLUH School Code is 263-065 (used for ACT and SAT registration).

school COunseling

Assists students and parents with the transition into SLUH and promotes/supports the success and wellness of students in all four years.

College COunseling

Helps students and parents with the college planning, discernment and application processes as well as develops relationships with Admissions officers at colleges and universities nationally and internationally.

Learning Center

Provides students with learning and study skills (time management, organization, self-advocacy, etc.) that promote success in all four years. Coaches work one-on-one with students and, when needed, coordinate with faculty regarding assignments and course requirements.