Bishop DuBourg High School

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Bishop DuBourg High School
Bishop Dubourg Seal.png
Faith in Christ...Service to Others
5850 Eichelberger Street
St. Louis, Missouri, (none), 63109
United States
Coordinates 38°34′53″N 90°17′42″W / 38.58139°N 90.29500°W / 38.58139; -90.29500Coordinates: 38°34′53″N 90°17′42″W / 38.58139°N 90.29500°W / 38.58139; -90.29500
Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1950
Founder Archbishop Joseph Ritter
Oversight Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Louis
President Father Mike Lydon
Chairman of the Board Mike DiRaimondo
Principal Bridget Timoney
Faculty 63
Grades 912
Enrollment 675
Color(s) Scarlet and White         
Nickname The Cavs
Team name Cavaliers
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools [1]
Yearbook The Cavalier
Athletic Director Ryan Sykora
Eponym Louis Dubourg, Bishop of the Diocese of Louisiana and the Two Floridas

Bishop DuBourg High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in St. Louis, Missouri. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Louis.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Larry Hausmann (1959), Professional and national team soccer player.
  • Rex Sinquefield (1962), founder and president of the Show-Me Institute, a public policy research organization based in St. Louis.
  • Rich Niemann (1964),[2] NBA player
  • Daniel DiPlacido (1968), 17th Mayor of the City of Rock Hill, MO
  • Karen Marie Shelton (1969),[3] Internet ( & Telephony (T&S Software) entrepreneur
  • Jack Dorsey (1995), Co-founder of Twitter
  • Ken Page (1974),[2] American actor/singer
  • John Ulett (1975),[2] St. Louis radio personality (KNOU/KSHE), Busch Stadium PA announcer
  • Norbert Leo Butz (1985), American stage, musical theatre, television and film actor
  • Jeannie Leavitt (1985), US Air Force first female fighter pilot
  • Rory Ellinger, (1959), civil rights activist and accomplished Legislator in the Missouri House of Representatives from 2010-2014.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ NCA-CASI. "NCA-Council on Accreditation and School Improvement". Archived from the original on April 29, 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-23. 
  2. ^ a b c Dillon, D. (2005) So Where'd You Go to High School? Vol. 2, Virginia Publishing.
  3. ^ *E. Locken. Entrepreneur Focus pp. 111-123; ISBN 1-4116-5467-6