Secondary Schools

St. Louis Archdiocesan Catholic High School Online Application Process

Dear Parents ~

Catholic Secondary Education has a long heritage and strong tradition in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. Our high schools are noted for their excellence in education.  Thousands of graduates of our Catholic secondary schools are activeCatholics in our parishes and have made significant contributions to the civic, business and professional community in St. Louis and across the nation.

We are proud of our high schools. Through our Catholic secondary schools we educate the whole student by providing quality religious, academic and co-curricularprograms. The mission of our schools is the teaching of the Catholic faith and preparation of young adults to be productive citizens in our Church and world communities.
As parents, you play an important role in the continuation of this wonderful tradition of Catholic secondary education. Your sons and daughters have outstanding high schools from which to choose.  There are archdiocesan, parish and private high schools for girls, boys and coeducational.  The high schools are all rich in their history and tradition.

When you choose one of our Catholic high schools, we pledge our full commitment and dedication to the total Catholic education of your students during their high school career.  The initial application process is online this year.

Click this button to take you to the online form. Complete the form then submit for the application to validate. Catholic elementary student transcripts will be forwarded to the first high school choice of the student. Non-Catholic parents and students will need to print the form and send to your specific middle school for transcript transfer.

The application process will open November 1, 2017 and will need to be submitted by November 15, 2017.

Religious Education Institute and Leadership Conference

Date: 
Tuesday, August 8, 2017 - 9:00am - 2:30pm

The Archdiocesan Religious Education Institute and Leadership Conference will be held on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 on the campus of St. Louis University. This year's theme is "Catechists and Teachers Called and Sent as Missionary Disciples" Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Jacquelyne M. Wittter. The day begins with 9:00am Mass at St. Francis Xavier College Church. For more information, please contact Dr. Barbara Blackburn at 314.792.7373 or Peggy Visconti at 314-792-7335 or by email.

Location: 
St. Louis University Campus
1 N Grand Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO 63103

Closed School Records

Welcome

The Office of Archives and Records maintains the records of many of the closed schools in the Archdiocese of St. Louis.

Transcripts of records kept at the Office of Archives and Records (see list below) may be obtained through the link for Student Transcript Request.

General inquiries may be emailed to Archives, archives@archstl.org, or by telephone to 314.792.7020.

List of Closed Secondary School Records

List of Closed Elementary School Records

Devotion to Saint Louis

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In 2014, the city of St. Louis, Missouri celebrated its 250 Anniversary.  How much do you know about the man for whom the city is named?  Explore this resource for answers!

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Secondary Schools

Catholic Schools LogoParents of children in the Archdiocese of St. Louis have a choice of 27 high schools to service the educational and religious formation needs of their children. Our high schools offer opportunities for Christian witness and service, liturgical celebrations and personal guidance for growth in faith and a solid foundation in the secular subjects that will serve students well as they continue their post-secondary education. Our secondary schools in the archdiocese enroll nearly 11,300 students in six of the 11 counties that comprise the Archdiocese of St. Louis.

For a brief review of the rich history of Catholic Education in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, please spend a few minutes viewing a  "summary version" of our award-winning documentary, Mission to Educate: A Faithful Past, a Faith-Filled Future...  

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