Head Varsity Coach Jason Schneider
Coach Schneider grew up in Fenton; attending Stanton Elementary, Rockwood South Middle, and finally Rockwood Summit, where he was part of the first graduating class in 1996. In High School he was a three sport athlete (football, hockey, and baseball) and enjoyed a senior campaign that included being a captain of the football team, a trip to the quarterfinals in football, captain of the hockey team, a Wickenheiser Cup championship in hockey, a captain of the baseball team, and helped lead the baseball team to an 18-4 mark before losing to eventual state champion Parkway West in the district championship game. He received 2nd team All-State honors in football, MVP and scoring leader in hockey, as well as being selected to the All-Conference team and being named Conference Player of Year for baseball.
Coach Schneider attended McKendree University to play football and baseball. When his baseball career was cut short from arm injuries his Freshmen year he continued on and finished up playing four years of collegiate football. He graduated in 2000 with a teaching degree in Social Science and Secondary Education.
2021 marks his 20th year of coaching varsity baseball at Rockwood Summit. He is the fourth head coach at Summit since the opening of the school in 1993. In fact, there has only been four years that he has not directly been a part of the baseball program’s 27-year history. In his first seven years as head coach, he has amassed a record of 101-43-1 and won two conference championships (2017, 2019) as well as one district championship (2017).
Coach Schneider resides in Fenton with his wife Christine and three kids, Tessa, Owen and Wyatt. He and his wife stay busy with their kid's athletics, as they are involved in volleyball, hockey, and baseball. He currently teaches P.E., Strength Training, and Driver Education at Rockwood Summit High School.
Assistant Varsity Coach - Chad Jones
Coach Jones is an alumni of Rockwood Summit. After graduating in 1999 he continued his education at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Coach Jones began coaching baseball at Summit in 2007 and is currently an Assistant Varsity coach and pitching coordinator for the entire Falcon program. Coach Jones has also coached softball for Rockwood Summit since 2012 and is currently the varsity assistant coach. Coach Jones is married to Susan and they have two kids, Allison (7 years old) and Evan (5 years old). In his free time, Coach Jones really enjoys coaching his kids sports teams and working on various landscaping and home improvement projects.
Varsity Assistant Coach Paul Arway
2021 - RSHS
PJ Arway is the son of Mike and Paulette Arway, and was raised in North Brunswick, NJ, and Wildwood, MO. He has 20 years of coaching experience in multiple sports (baseball, soccer, basketball, & softball). Coach Arway has coached baseball at Francis Howell High School (2018-2020), Eureka High School (2010-2018), Webster Groves High School (2005-2010) and multiple American Legion programs in the area (2001-2014). As the head coach of Creve Coeur Post 397, he led the AAA team to a 2nd place finish in the 2012 state championship. He also spent two years as the GM of the Creve Coeur American Legion baseball program (2013-2014). Coach Arway has also been an assistant softball coach at Eureka High School since 2013.
Coach Arway graduated from Eureka High School in 2000, where he lettered in baseball, soccer, and JV basketball. He earned a BA in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Kentucky (2004), as well as a Master of Arts in Teaching from Webster University (2011), and a Master's Degree in Athletic/Activities Administration from William Woods University (2017). He is currently teaching Language Arts at Eureka High School.
Coach Arway has been married to his wife Elizabeth since July of 2011. They live in Eureka, and have a beagle named Sadie. When not coaching sports, Coach Arway enjoys hunting, fishing, playing golf, and doing anything involving his 12 nieces and nephews.
JV Head Coach - Cie Arell
Coach Arell resides in Wildwood, MO and in his free time he enjoys working out, playing sports, video games, and anything that involves the outdoors.
Freshman Coach John Bunyard
2004-2005: JV baseball at Kickapoo HS in Springfield, MO