Meeting the goals of American secondary education calls for the development of skills required in an increasingly complex and demanding society. Salesian’s philosophy is designed to provide essential skills while incorporating solid Catholic beliefs and sensibilities. Each student is respected for his abilities and taught to develop these abilities to their fullest potential.
Following the traditions of the Salesians of St. John Bosco, we believe that religious, intellectual and civic training hold the foremost place in our schools; that an atmosphere be present where the student is reminded of values to which he should be dedicated; that our school, while placing an emphasis on the religious education of the person, be distinguished by a higher degree of excellence in the total development of the student; that our teachers be marked by a high level of academic excellence and personal integrity; that discipline, order, respect for authority and good citizenship are the objectives essential in the development of a mature Christian man.
A graduate of Salesian High School will receive the following:
- 4 years of Religious Studies
- 4 years of Mathematics
- 4 years of English
- 4 years of Social Studies
- 3 years of Science
- 3 years of Foreign Language
- 1 year of the Arts
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