Mothers Club


Started in 1927, the SLUH Mothers' Club is a vital service to SLUH. Through a variety of social, spiritual and fundraising activities, the Mothers' Club provides a wonderful opportunity
for mothers of current students to partner with SLUH in the development of their sons. Above all, the organization helps make SLUH feel like home to its young men. EVERY mom at
SLUH is a part of Mothers' Club and a "Mom for Others."
Your contributions make a difference each and every day.

Click HERE to learn more about the traditions and highlights of the SLUH Mothers' Club.


Mom Prom • Sunday, March 24

Mom Prom is Sunday, March 24, at 5 p.m. in the Si Commons with Dr. Zhivegas performing.

If you have any questions, please contact moms@sluh.org.

Upcoming Events

cashbah • Saturday, April 6

Cashbah 2019 Golden Gala will celebrate 50 years of Cashbah!

Cashbah is Saturday, April 6, and we're organizing a Golden Gala to celebrate 50 years of the auction. Your support goes directly to SLUH’s Scholarship fund, ensuring all qualified students can attend SLUH regardless of their family’s ability to pay tuition.

Invitations have been mailed! Make your reservations now so you don't miss out! Mail in your reply card today or register online HERE.

We need volunteers! To join the team, click HERE.

To donate online, click HERE. For more information, contact us at cashbah@sluh.org.

Senior parents — Graduation tuxedo measurements

Graduation tuxedo measurements will take place during the first three days back from spring break. Representatives from Stallone's Formal Wear will be in the old cafeteria measuring seniors for graduation tuxedos during activity periods on Monday, March 25th - Wednesday, March 27th.

Here are the two questions each senior should be prepared to answer during the measurements:

1.) Do you want to add a white lay down collared shirt and/or black dress shoes to your tux order? (If you already have the right shirt and black dress shoes, you don't have to order these items. Otherwise, you can rent these from Stallone's for an additional $10 each. You won't have to pay the extra fees until you pick up your tuxedo in May.) The cost of the rest of the tuxedo has already been covered in the graduation fee.

2.) What Stallone's location do you want to pick up your tuxedo from on the weekend of graduation? (Stallone's has locations in Chesterfield, Ladue, Maryland Heights, O'Fallon, and South County.)
Here is the breakdown of appointments for the week:

Activity Period on Monday, 3/25: All Seniors from Akpan - Horgan

Activity Period on Tuesday, 3/26: All Seniors from Horton - Petersen

Activity Period on Wednesday, 3/27: All Seniors from Pfeuffer - Zhang

Completing this tuxedo measurement process is a graduation requirement and mandatory for all seniors.

lenten adoration • March 13-April 17

For five Wednesdays during the season of Lent, beginning Wednesday, March 13 through Wednesday, April 17, from
8:05-11 a.m., the Blessed Sacrament will be exposed on the side of the St. Joseph Altar in the Main Chapel. This is a time for focusing special attention on our Lenten preparation to help us more fully
enter into the Easter Triduum sacred celebrations. We invite all SLUH students, parents, faculty and staff to participate as much as their schedules allow. We ask parents to encourage their sons to spend some time in Adoration, perhaps during Activity Period.

Click HERE to sign up for a time through Signup Genius. (Please note: there will not be Adoration on Ash Wednesday, 3/6, or during Spring Break, 3/20).



Parent Network Event • Bullying 101-Training Trusted Adults • Thursday, March 28

The Parent Network of Catholic High Schools in Saint Louis will be sponsoring an event entitled, "Bullying 101-Training Trusted Adults, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 28 at Villa Duchesne, 801 S. Spoede Road, Saint Louis, 63131. The event is presented by CHADS Coalition for Mental Health (Communities Healing Adolescent Depression and Suicide).

For pdf of a flyer click HERE.

AMDG: All are welcome to learn more about Ignatian Spiritualty• Thursday, April 11

Join the SLUH parent community as we gather together to continue our Ignatian spiritual journey . If you were unable to join us in person during past AMDG sessions, you may view the talks by visiting HERE where you can also find a link to the book we are using to guide our formation. You can also view videos from this year's first presentations. Please mark your calendar for our last event in 2019.

• April 11, 2019 - "God Communicates in Many Ways”

Click HERE for a pdf flyer about the April AMDG event.


CLASS of 2019 Senior Information

There are many different activities and events planned for the upcoming months for the Class of 2019 and their parents. Please click HERE to visit the Senior Information page to learn more. Below are some of the upcoming events:

  • Mar. 24, 2019, Mom Prom
  • April 27 & 28, 2019, Senior Follies
  • May 25, 2019 5 p.m., Baccalaureate Mass and Dinner at SLUH for Seniors and Parents
  • May 26, 2019 1 p.m., Graduation at the Stifel Theatre (formerly Peabody); 10 p.m. Lock-in at Des Peres Lodge
  • Dec. 2019, Class of 2019's First Reunion Party!

Calling all junior parents • Cookies needed for senior follies reception

Junior Parents please send in one dozen cookies, brownies or other sweet treat for the Senior Follies Reception on Sunday, April 29. Treats can be dropped off on Friday, April 26 by 9 a.m. in the reception area. Please label the treats: Senior Follies.

Click HERE for a flyer reminder.

Confidential Financial assistance available for all mothers' club events

Confidential financial assistance for events with a cost is available through Dr. Brock Kesterson’s office. For more information, email Dr. Kesterson at bkesterson@sluh.org or call 314-269-2135.


How Mothers' Club Can Help

Mothers' Club Events Policy

ALL events are open to ALL families. Confidential financial assistance for events with a cost is available through Dr. Brock Kesterson’s office. For more information, email Dr. Kesterson at bkesterson@sluh.org or call 314-269-2135.

The Marthas

The Marthas are a combination prayer chain, meal chain, errand runners and logistics experts that we mobilize when someone in our SLUH family needs a little support. Students, teachers, administrators and their families are our community.

Can we help you? Confidentially email moms@sluh.org. Do you want to be part of the group? Let us know as well at moms@sluh.org.

God sends help in the form of willing friends or strangers to surround those in need with warmth and support. The Marthas circle the wagons around our SLUH family.


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