Principal Search

St. Louis University High seeks a dynamic, mission-driven leader for its academic and formational programs, one who will lead the school in the pursuit of excellence Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam.


Job Description


Discover St. Louis U. High

 We challenge our students to think critically, lead courageously, and transform the world as Men for Others. Check out our viewbook and school magazine (below).

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St. Louis has plenty to offer, from diverse theater, music, art and sports, to exceptional events and attractions.  
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In addition, the St. Louis metropolitan area is a hub for Jesuit education. The Society of Jesus operates a middle school, two high schools and a university, as well as two parishes, a seminary program and a retreat center.  
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Principal Search Committee

Dr. Meghan Bohac CP  |  Dean of Academics, Cor Jesu Academy
Fr. Michael Caruso, SJ  |  SLUH Vice President, Mission, Planning & Operations; Board of Members and Mission and Identity committee; Jesuit Community Superior
Dr. Milena Garganigo CP  |  Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning School District of Clayton, Academic Affairs Committee member
Darryl T Jones '73 PP  |  Managing Partner D&D Concessions, LLC; SLUH, Chair Board of Trustees
Diego Navarro PP  |  SLUH Theology Teacher
Mary Russo  |  SLUH Science Teacher, Curriculum Coordinator, Learning Center Coach, Academic Affairs Committee
Tom Santel '76 PP  |  Retired business executive, Past Board of Trustees Chair
Daniel Shields  |  SLUH College Counselor, Co-Director of Equity and Inclusion, Serves on Board DEI committee 
Beth Voegtli  |  SLUH Director of Human Resources

CP = Current Parent  |  PP = Past Parent

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Our Mission

We are a Catholic, Jesuit college-preparatory school for young men, committed to our presence in the city of St. Louis and dedicated to building Christ’s kingdom of truth, justice, love and peace. We serve young men based on their ability to succeed, rather than their economic circumstances.

Through a rigorous academic program, we help our students develop critical minds and a life-long devotion to learning that informs moral choices and transforms lives.

In addition to assisting in the intellectual, aesthetic, social, and physical formation of our students, we help them develop compassionate hearts by fostering habits of personal prayer, reflection, and service for the Greater Glory of God.