ACADEMICS ENGAGE YOUR INTELLECT

ACADEMICS ENGAGE YOUR INTELLECT

As a college preparatory school, one of the primary goals of SLUH is to develop in each student the academic skills necessary to successfully continue his education after graduation. The rigorous, four-year, technology-enhanced curriculum is tailored to achieve this result while simultaneously instilling intellectual curiosity and a worldview in keeping with the Jesuit tradition.

SLUH offers unlimited possibilities. You define who you become.

21

AVERAGE
CLASS SIZE

10:1

STUDENT/TEACHER
RATIO

STEAM

SLUH offers STEAM opportunities for a variety of student interests through activities both inside and outside the classroom. Students have freedom to pursue their passions, while imagining, designing, creating, and promoting their work.

STEAM

SLUH offers STEAM opportunities for a variety of student interests through activities both inside and outside the classroom. Students have freedom to pursue their passions, while imagining, designing, creating, and promoting their work.

Learn about SLUH’s focus on group learning and the student experience to teach communication and collaboration.

CONVERGENCE OF CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION
See the STEAM curriculum, clubs and projects at SLUH.

FINE
ARTS

The Fine Arts Department is dedicated to fostering the creativity of our students by offering a wide range of studio and performing arts.

FINE ARTS

The Fine Arts Department is dedicated to fostering the creativity of our students by offering a wide range of studio and performing arts.

FOSTERING CREATIVITY
See how SLUH embraces the visual,
performing and musical arts.

Hear what SLUH students have to say about the fine arts at SLUH.

GLOBAL EDUCATION

St. Ignatius envisioned the world as a place where Christ loved and served—and, therefore, as a place of grace, a place of being able to give life to others. SLUH embraces a global education model that illuminates the vision of Ignatius. Not just because a globally conscious education is vital to succeed in a world distinguished by interdependence, diversity and rapid change. But because it provides the knowledge and understanding of culture, language, geography and global perspectives needed to carry out our mission of building Christ’s kingdom.

GLOBAL
EDUCATION

St. Ignatius envisioned the world as a place where Christ loved and served—and, therefore, as a place of grace, a place of being able to give life to others. SLUH embraces a global education model that illuminates the vision of Ignatius. Not just because a globally conscious education is vital to succeed in a world distinguished by interdependence, diversity and rapid change. But because it provides the knowledge and understanding of culture, language, geography and global perspectives needed to carry out our mission of building Christ’s kingdom.

SLUH students are trained to become true leaders in the world.

GLOBALLY CONSCIOUS
See how SLUH provides opportunities for students to interact with people from other cultures.

TECHNOLOGY

SLUH supports the integration of appropriate technology into classrooms to better serve our faculty and students. Faculty members are equipped with personal computers and the technology needed to enhance their curriculum as desired. The school has made significant technological upgrades in recent past and continues to invest in technology that supports our curriculum and helps fulfill our mission.

CURRICULUM

Our four-year curriculum develops the academic skills for success in college while instilling intellectual curiosity and a world view in our Jesuit tradition. Simultaneously, it awakens students’ imaginations, leads them to make meaningful distinctions, encourages them to seek truth and justice, and gives them a solid foundation for lifelong learning.

CURRICULUM

Our four-year curriculum develops the academic skills for success in college while instilling intellectual curiosity and a world view in our Jesuit tradition. Simultaneously, it awakens students’ imaginations, leads them to make meaningful distinctions, encourages them to seek truth and justice, and gives them a solid foundation for lifelong learning.

BRIGHT FUTURES

CLASS OF 2020 OUTCOMES
900

AP EXAMS

84%

SCORED 3
OR ABOVE

11

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLAR
FINALISTS

30

AVERAGE ACT SCORE

8

PERFECT SCORES
OF 36

24

SCORES OF 35

40%

of test takers scored a 32 or higher

62%

of students eligible for Missouri Bright Flight

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

SLUH students are offered three distinct areas of support:

School Counselors

College Counselors

Learning Center

15%

STUDENT BODY ACCESS LEARNING CENTER SERVICES

2

FULL-TIME LEARNING
CONSULTANTS

2

PART-TIME
TUTORS

We want students to feel comfortable developing who they are and take the most advantage of all that SLUH has to offer for them. What you’ll find at SLUH is a place where you are loved, where you are challenged and where you are fully supported to become all that God is calling you to be.

— Mr. Tim Curdt ’90, Director of the Learning Center, English Teacher, Freshman Moderator