As a college-preparatory accredited high school, academic excellence is the trademark of Salpointe Catholic High School. Salpointe’s rigorous, college-preparatory academic program prepares Lancers for college and beyond. Our graduation requirements are, therefore, more demanding than most schools in order to assure that each student has the opportunity to prepare for college.
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Salpointe's curriculum is a holistic approach to learning which integrates the intellectual, social, physical, spiritual and psychological dimensions of the developing student through a rigorous four-year program. During that time, the student must successfully complete at least 26 credits for graduation.
The following courses are required for graduation from Salpointe Catholic High School:
Dual Credit Program
Salpointe Catholic High School works with Seton Hill University to offer a small selection of courses from our curriculum that will also earn college credit. Seton Hill will charge an additional tuition fee of $220 for those taking the class for dual credit. (Tuition rates subject to change.) Students should keep in mind that though they will be earning college credit, each university has its own policies regarding transfer credits they will accept. Students should check with the universities in which they are interested to determine if they will accept the transfer credits from Seton Hill University.
For more information please contact Salpointe’s College Counselor at (520) 547-4457.
Did you know?
99% of Salpointe graduates are accepted to college and go on to the finest colleges, universities and military academies around the world.
I have learned that optimism and positivity are pillar stones on which I have built my life and that, by leaning on them, I can survive the worst of times. High school has been a roller coaster of ups and down.