The application process at Salpointe Catholic is designed to be as simple as possible to the prospective parent. Below are some Frequently Asked Questions, primarily for our incoming freshmen students.
Applications for the 2021-2022 school year are open. Apply Now!
A virtual open house will be offered on the Salpointe website starting on October 1, 2020. Videos about the Salpointe community, Admissions Process, Open House, etc… will be available. Information regarding virtual parent meetings will also be available on the website.
Sunday, November 8, 2020 - On-Campus Open House
Attend the Salpointe Catholic School Open House from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM. Families are invited to attend dynamic sessions presented by our faculty, meet current students, enjoy our musical and choral groups, and learn about our college counseling program, honors and advanced placement courses, cross-disciplinary programs in Humanities and STEM, athletics and other extracurricular activities and more.
Applications for the Fall Semester of the 2020-2021 school year have ended.
Applications for mid-year transfers for the 2020-2021 school year and for the 2021-2022 school year are now open. Apply Now!!
All interested students must complete our online application form. CLICK HERE and select the “Create an Account” option. If you already have a student at Salpointe Catholic or are alumni of Salpointe Catholic, please use the “Already have an Account” option. Once you apply, an online checklist will be created for your student.
First and foremost, the entrance exam is of critical importance. The entrance exam score is important because Salpointe’s applicant pool is always a very large, diverse group of students from all over Southern Arizona. Additional consideration is given to standardized testing data, 7th and 8th grade transcripts, recommendations, legacy, Catholicity and family interview. Find out more at our Policy on Admission of Students page.
The best preparation to be successful is to work hard in middle school. Students should get a good night's sleep before the test and eat breakfast. Some students find it helpful to become familiar with the format of the exam. However, the daily academic activity in middle school is adequate preparation for the exam. If you do want more information on the HSPT, practice tests, learning modules and additional links to other information, please CLICK HERE.
No, Salpointe Catholic does not offer scholarships, but the school does have a need-based Financial Aid Program. The application for financial aid is separate from the application for admission, although the two application cycles overlap. Find out more at our Financial Aid page.
No, Salpointe does not offer scholarships. Salpointe Catholic strongly encourages its families to pursue additional funding opportunities that may be available for your student through Arizona individual and corporate tax credits and other need‐based Student Tuition Organizations (STOs). Find out more at our Financial Aid page.
Salpointe Catholic maintains a dress code for students. The student dress code is important to promote a conducive learning environment. Students are expected to dress appropriately while on campus and during all school-sponsored activities. Find out more at our Student Life page.
Salpointe Catholic offers a wide range of programs, activities and services to meet the educational, cultural, social, spiritual and recreational needs of the Salpointe Catholic student. Co-curricular activities help prepare a student for a healthy and active life in high school and beyond. Find out more at our Clubs and Activities page.
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Director of Admission
Salpointe Catholic High School
1545 E. Copper St., Tucson, AZ 85719 (520) 327-6581 Attendance: (520) 327-1990