FAMILY CONNECTION | April 30, 2020
Our faculty keep their students' needs front and center when discussing distance learning.
Final Exams
As Seniors and Juniors wrap up their final exams and projects, Sophomores and Freshmen should look for information on their finals to be posted by early next week on Blackbaud's Bulletin Boards.
AP Final Exams
Students enrolled in an AP course are required to take the AP exam online. Each exam is 45 minutes, plus an additional five minutes for uploading. Students will need access to the online testing system 30 minutes prior to the exam time for set up.

  • Tuesday, May 12: Calculus AB at 1 pm

  • Monday, May 18: Biology at 1 pm | Environmental Science at 3 pm

  • Tuesday, May 19: Psychology at 1 pm

  • Thursday, May 21: World History at 1 pm | Macroeconomics at 3 pm

  • Friday, May 22: Statistics at 1 pm

Please contact your AP teacher directly if you have any questions.   

A+ Program Deadline
To be eligible for the A+ Scholarship, Seniors must report their tutoring and mentoring hours to Dennis Matreci at by noon this Monday, May 4. For this year only, Missouri is accepting 25 or more hours for eligibility instead of 50 hours.

SLU 1818 Courses
Students in the 1818 program must pay Saint Louis University's fee in full by tomorrow, May 1, to receive college credit. If tuition is unpaid, students will be dropped from SLU's registration and reinstatement next fall will cost an additional $50. 

NCAA Eligibility
Seniors planning to play a Division I or II NCAA sport in college must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Once registered, please contact Adam Erickson at  to have your transcript sent to the NCAA.
Senior Graduation
Our virtual ceremony will premiere Saturday, May 16, at 7 pm on Facebook and YouTube. We encourage Seniors and their families to send their photos and videos by the end of the day, April 30.

Junior Rings
Jostens will hold all rings until the Ring Mass & Ceremony is rescheduled for our Class of 2021. 

Junior Social Service Project
Juniors should be ready to begin their SSP online May 4 and conclude May 15.
Freshman and Sophomore Service Hours
Freshmen and Sophomores now have until December 31, 2020 to complete their service hour requirements for the 2019-2020 school year. In addition, Freshmen can choose to begin their service hour requirements for the 2020-2021 school year as of tomorrow, May 1. All completed service hours must be submitted for verification through Helper Helper . Please contact Kevin Becvar at if you have any questions.

Course Registration Due
Course registration sheets for the 2020-2021 school year are due by tomorrow, May 1. If a form is not submitted, courses will be selected for each student based on previous interests, teacher recommendations, and course availability. Please contact your school counselor with questions or assistance in selecting courses.
Extended Time
Students eligible for extended time on assessments should continue to register using our online testing form to ensure you receive the necessary accommodations.  
If a student is too ill to complete his work online, please email Jen Kraus at and Scott Brown at as well as individual teachers.
ACT Course  
If you would like to prepare for the June 13 ACT, Sarah Kheriaty is hosting a course via Zoom May 26-28 and June 1-4 from 5-9 pm. It is $350 per student with a $50 discount if a sibling previously took her course. If ACT cancels its June 13 test, the course will be postponed until the next testing date. Register online now with payment due by May 19.
Please contact Sarah Kheriaty at if you have any questions.
Virtual College Fair
Juniors are invited to register for a virtual college fair to explore 450 colleges in 47 states and 13 countries. The fair is available online through Friday, May 8, at not cost.
Sell Your Textbooks
MBS Direct will buyback textbooks you purchased through the company or elsewhere. Select Sell Your Textbooks under the Menu tab and follow the prompts. MBS will provide a quote for any books it wants to purchase.
Cross Country
Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors interested in Cross Country, should contact John Mohr at to learn about summer training. " There's no bench, no sideline; everyone participates and competes in Cross Country," explains Coach Mohr. "Even in this difficult situation, personal fitness is encouraged for everyone."
For the past three Fridays, Kevin Walsh '91 has braved wind and rain to turn on the stadium lights at 20:20 for 20 minutes and 20 seconds to honor our Class of 2020. #BeTheLight
“Not to hate, not to wish evil, not even to be indifferent would not be enough in regard to an enemy. We must love.” ~ Blessed William Joseph Chaminade