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Integral Student Outcomes

 
Believers
Salpointe students recognize the presence of God in their lives.
  • Affirms the value and dignity of all living things and advocates for the vulnerable and the marginalized.
  • Advocate for justice through service.
  • Respect the faith and traditions of the Catholic Church.

   
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  • Salpointe students create a community of prayer and service through liturgical ministries, course offerings, service learning, and fellowship in extracurricular activities

Active Learners/Lifelong Learners
Salpointe students are lifelong learners who strive to continually develop their understanding of themselves and the world around them.
  • Uses critical and creative thinking skills to solve problems for the common good.
  • Asks questions and synthesizes information from a variety of sources in the pursuit of knowledge.
  • Academically successful and prepared for the challenges of adulthood.
     
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  • Salpointe students listen to others as they engage in small group and classwide discussion in a variety of academic, athletic, artistic, and faith-based activities.
 
Responsible/Well-Rounded Person
Salpointe students are self-aware and take responsibility for themselves and others.
  • Engages in responsible and ethical behavior and decision-making.
  • Demonstrates resilience in the face of adversity.
  • Demonstratesinterests in intellectual pursuits, athletics, arts, and service to their communities.
     
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  • Students take responsibility for their actions and demonstrate sensitivity for the well-being of others by participating in retreats, service projects, and extracurricular activities.

Involved Citizen/Improve the World
Salpointe students are involved citizens who work to improve the world.
  • Understands their responsibility to lead and serve others.
  • Recognizes the inherent dignity of every human person .
  • Demonstrates stewardship of the natural environment.
     
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  • Students actively engage in corporal and spiritual works of mercy and care for God’s creation.

Carmelite Values

Dedicated to excellence and responding to the challenges of our times, our Carmelite schools offer a college preparatory, Christian education in a Catholic environment. We provide a holistic model of education, emphasizing the spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical, and social development of our students. In the spirit of the Gospel and in the Carmelite tradition, the schools engage the students in three interlocking dimensions: community, prayer and service.

The Carmelites of the Province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary stand in solidarity with Catholic Social Teaching, which highlights building a more just society and living in holiness.

We live in allegiance to and walk in the footsteps of Jesus Christ as we commit ourselves to the dignity of the human person by respecting people of every gender, race, ethnic heritage, creed, sexual orientation and financial resources. The principles of family, community, participation, dignity of work, option for the poor, and care for God’s creation inspire our communities and ministries to always teach the truth of our history and work for social justice.

As a result, we do not support unjust systems of racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia, human trafficking and slavery of any kind, and the injust system that does not promote the dignity of the human person that is a true gift from God.

May our God, through the intercession of Elijah the Prophet and Mary the mother of Jesus Christ, continue to transform us as we are called to conversion of heart, mind, body, and soul.

Salpointe Catholic High School

1545 E. Copper St.,
Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 327-6581
Attendance: (520) 327-1990
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