Welcome New Students!

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  • Athletics Information

    All student-athletes must have a completed physical on file with the Athletic Office and uploaded to www.registermyathlete.com before the start of each season. The athletic physical packet can be found on the athletic website under AIA Physical Packet. For instructions as to how to fill out the packet, click on the AIA Physical Packet, Concussion Tests, and Instructions for Register my Athlete on the Salpointe website.

    All forms must be completed in order to participate. Physicals for the 2023-2024 school year must be dated after March 1, 2023. These physicals must be submitted through Register My Athlete.

    CLICK HERE for the 2023-2024 Athletics information.

    CLICK HERE for the 2023 Summer Camp information.
  • Books & Supplies


    Course schedules will be posted on your parent/guardian myPointe account on the afternoon of June 9, 2023. Only parents/guardians can access class schedules​ during the summer. Your student will receive his/her own myPointe account during orientation on August 4, 2023.

    Upon receiving their schedules, families are advised to refer to the 2023-2024 Textbook list (click on each tab for the different Academic Departments).  You may purchase your textbooks from various online vendors, such as Amazon and Abebooks, or through the links provided in the “Notes” section on the textbook list. Please do not purchase any textbooks until you receive your schedule.  If you would like the 2023-2024 Textbook list in pictures, CLICK HERE.

    Buyer Beware:  Make sure that you purchase books based on the ISBN number listed on the textbook list to ensure that you receive the correct edition.  The school is unable to act as an agent or intermediary in any person-to-person exchanges.

    We have also included some links to publisher websites in the “Notes” section of the list.  If you are aware of families that either need or have textbooks for sale or swap, feel free to contact them directly.

    Book Swap:

    Salpointe Catholic will host the annual Book Swap on Saturday, June 10 from 9:00 am - 11:00 am in Foundation Hall. If you have books to sell or want to buy books, please join us that morning. If you are aware of families that either need or have textbooks for sale or swap, feel free to contact them directly. The school is unable to act as an agent or intermediary in any person-to-person exchanges. 


    There is no school supply list.  Specific information regarding required materials and school supplies will be provided in the course syllabi on the first day of classes. In the event of any delays in ordering, teachers will supply the necessary materials for the first week or two of classes. If you have any questions about textbooks, please contact Gui Roche, Executive Assistant to the Principal.
  • Carpooling

    Lancer students reside in many zip codes in and around Tucson.  Students walk, bike, drive, carpool and take public transportation to school.  Salpointe encourages carpooling, and we try to assist interested families by sharing (with permission) the contact information of families who live nearby. CLICK HERE for the carpooling form.
  • Dress Code and Spirit Store

    Salpointe Catholic High School maintains the right to establish a dress code for students. The dress code is important to promote a conducive learning environment, cultivating a serious approach to academics, relieving social pressure to keep up with current trends or styles and limiting comparisons or competition among students. The dress code also supports the dignity of the individual based on character rather than on appearance. Students are expected to dress appropriately while on campus and during all school-sponsored activities. The Deans are the interpreters of proper attire. Class time missed because of improper dress or appearance is considered “unexcused.” The parameters for appropriate dress and grooming are set forth below.

    If you have any questions, please contact Mary Wood in our Spirit store at mwood@salpointe.org or Keith Shinaberry, Dean of Students, at kshinaberry@salpointe.org.

    Salpointe Spirit Store 

    The Spirit Store carries Salpointe polos, Salpointe outerwear and locks for your lockers.   In addition, you may purchase Chromebook protective covers and chargers, accessories, planners, and backpacks.


    Store hours are on the Spirit Store website.

    Salpointe Polos:

    Salpointe polos are available in the Spirit Store.  All students are required to wear collared polo style short or long-sleeved shirts with a Salpointe logo.  These shirts may be purchased through the Salpointe Spirit Store. Please refer to the complete dress code here.  

    Exercise Science (PE) Uniforms:

    Students participating in any Exercise Science (PE) courses are required to wear the approved Salpointe Exercise Science (PE) uniform.  Exercise Science (PE) uniforms are only available in the Spirit Store.  

    You may prepay for items on the Spirit Store website.  We do not deliver or ship. All items purchased online must be picked in the Spirit Store during the store hours.

    Visit the Spirit Store web page for more information.
  • Food Service - MySchoolBucks

    MySchoolBucks - You can create and add money to your student's meal account after August 1, 2023.

    The Salpointe Food Service Department is excited to provide a convenient, easy and secure online pre-payment service to deposit money into your student's school meal account. This service also provides you with the ability to view your student's account balance and food purchase history. By having money in your student's account prior to entering the cafeteria, the lunch lines move along faster and your student will have more time to eat and be with friends. 

    To access these services, visit www.myschoolbucks.com. You can create and add money to your student's meal account after August 1, 2023.  All you need is your student's name, birthdate, and student ID number.  Your student's ID number is available by logging into myPointe, then clicking on the student's name and contact card. 
  • Getting to Know Salpointe

    We are looking forward to having you and your student join the Lancer family. Please enjoy our video series, A Day in the Life of a Lancer, by clicking on the video below. You can also check out the exciting, interesting and inspirational activities going on at Salpointe by following us on social media: @salpointelancers on Instagram, Salpointe Catholic High School on Facebook and @SalpointeLancer on Twitter
  • New Student Information Night - March 2023

    Please review the videos and the notes at your convenience.  If you have any questions, please contact admissions@salpointe.org, or you can reach out to the different people around campus.  All the speakers, in addition to other people around campus (Department Chairs, Athletic Coaches, etc..) contact information can be found in the notes or on our website.

  • Orientation Information - August 4, 2023

    August 4, 2023:
    • Class of 2027 - Freshmen Orientation:  7:40 am to 3:10 pm.
    • Transfer Student Orientation:  7:40 am to 12:50 pm.
    • Parents are invited to attend the New Parent Coffee held in Foundation Hall from 7:45 am - 8:30 am.
    At orientation, your student will meet their "Lancer Leader."  Lancer leaders are upperclassmen who serve as mentors to our new students to help them navigate their first year at Salpointe Catholic.
    • Drop off and pick up for students is always at the Student Services Center.  Parents, please use the Glenn Street entrance. 
    • Students, please meet in the Kalil Family Gym at 7:40 am.  New Student Orientation begins promptly at 8:00 am.
    • The orientation is for students only.
    • Students will need to be in Salpointe Dress Code for Orientation day.
    • Lunch will be provided for the students.  If your student has dietary restrictions, please have them bring his/her own lunch.
    • Please have your student bring a water bottle that can be refilled during the day.  Water refill stations are placed throughout campus. This bottle may be used all year long.
    • Students will be dismissed at 3:10 pm. Please pick up your student at the Glenn Street drop-off area.
    First Day of Classes For All Lancers  is Monday, August 7, 2023
  • Schedule & Lockers

    Student schedules will be available online on the afternoon of June 9, 2023.  Only parents/guardians can access class schedules​ during the summer. New Students will receive his/her own myPointe account during orientation on August 4, 2023.

    To Access Class Schedule:
    • Log in to myPointe
    • Click on the student’s name 
    • Click on the Schedule tab to view the class schedule
    To Access Locker Assignment:
    • Lockers will be assigned after August 1, 2023.  After lockers have been assigned, we will send additional information via myPointe.
    If you experience difficulty with your myPointe account, please call or email:
    Jeff Mounts
    (520) 547-5906
  • Summer Assignments

    All students have summer assignments.

    To foster a lifelong reading habit and combat the decline in academic skills over the summer months, the various Academic Department at Salpointe Catholic High School has implemented a mandatory Summer Reading program. It is necessary for all 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade students to complete their summer assignments. For any inquiries, please refer to the contact information provided on the grade/course-specific Summer Reading assignments, which can be accessed through the following links:

    Please double-check your course schedule to ensure you are completing the correct summer assignments.
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Be on the lookout for email communications!

Please be aware that e-mail communications will be sent from the school providing students and parents/guardians with reminders and details for all upcoming events, tasks and/or deadlines.
Salpointe offers a warm welcome to all of its New Students!

This web page has been tailored specifically for the New Students and will be used as the primary resource for providing information to families for the upcoming school year. All of the tasks required of new incoming students have been included on this web page and contain explanations and resources for completing each one of them. We wish to make your transition to Salpointe as seamless as possible!

Salpointe Catholic High School

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