QUESTIONS?

QUESTIONS?

SCHEDULE AN ACADEMIC CONSULTATION

We are here to help. Families who feel like a one-on-one meeting to discuss unique circumstances or next-step conversations would be beneficial are invited to schedule a meeting individually with our admissions staff. Email us at admissions@sluh.org and we’ll connect via phone or Zoom.

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FAQs

Do you accept non-Catholic students?

We accept applications from students of all religious backgrounds. Approximately 20% of each accepted class is non-Catholic. Theology courses are taught from a Catholic perspective and all students are expected to participate in liturgies, service and retreats. An orientation for non-Catholic students is conducted at the beginning of the school year.

Do you accept home-schooled students?

Yes. Parents of home-schooled students are encouraged to contact Ann Murphy, Director of Admissions, at (314) 269-2097 or amurphy@sluh.org for more information.

Should I submit a letter of recommendation?

Letters of recommendation are not required.

What if I’m not sure my son qualifies for admission?

Parents of prospective students are encouraged to set up an academic consultation with Ann Murphy, Director of Admissions at (314) 269-2097 or amurphy@sluh.org