Past Articles

Fifteen St. Louis U. High students and four chaperones traveled to Washington, D.C. for a weekend full of social justice advocacy at the 22nd annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.

The St. Louis U. High Speech Team competed in its second meet of the season last Sunday as part of the Christian Interscholastic Speech League (CISL). The meet took place at St. Joseph’s Academy and featured participating schools from across the greater St. Louis area. With only one more meet before the finals in February, this competition was as a critical opportunity to secure points and increase SLUH’s overall ranking. SLUH orators practiced and competed in various categories under the direction of moderator Kathryn Whitaker, hoping to gain an edge against their co-ed competitors. 

The St. Louis U. High varsity basketball team is looking to bounce back from a tough 2018-2019 season, hoping to improve and develop into a contender this year. The team has a lot of young talent that looks to reintroduce themselves to the St. Louis metropolitan area and the MCC.

The St. Louis High U. wrestling team is going into this year’s campaign with an attitude of improvement and re-establishing itself as a competitor in the MCC. With a theme of relentlessness, the team hopes to improve its team and individual placings in tournaments and assert its presence in the league.

The Jr. Bills’ fourth game of the season ended in a 1-1 tie against Marquette, despite the Jr. Bills outplaying them the whole game.

With new rifles and new gear this year, the St. Louis High rifle team has attracted a record high number of new participants. Head coach Will Bresnahan is prepared for the new batch of freshmen and has already begun teaching the basics of shooting.