Bishop DuBourg High School
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|Bishop DuBourg High School|
Faith in Christ...Service to Others
|5850 Eichelberger Street
St. Louis, Missouri, (none), 63109
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|Founder||Archbishop Joseph Ritter|
|Oversight||Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Louis|
|President||Father Mike Lydon|
|Chairman of the Board||Mike DiRaimondo|
|Color(s)||Scarlet and White|
|Accreditation||North Central Association of Colleges and Schools |
|Athletic Director||Ryan Sykora|
|Eponym||Louis Dubourg, Bishop of the Diocese of Louisiana and the Two Floridas|
- 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), NBA player
- Karen Marie Shelton (1969), Internet (HairBoutique.com) & Telephony (T&S Software) entrepreneur
- Jack Dorsey (1995), Co-founder of Twitter
- Ken Page (1974), American actor/singer
- John Ulett (1975), 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
- Matthew Allen Hartz (2010), outstanding historian of the year, 2011
- Rory Ellinger, (1959), civil rights activist and accomplished Legislator in the Missouri House of Representatives from 2010-2014.
- Brian Wiliams (1962)
Notes and references
- NCA-CASI. "NCA-Council on Accreditation and School Improvement". Retrieved 2009-06-23.[dead link]
- Dillon, D. (2005) So Where'd You Go to High School? Vol. 2, Virginia Publishing.
- *E. Locken. Entrepreneur Focus Lulu.com. pp. 111-123; ISBN 1-4116-5467-6