Salpointe is forever grateful to the more than 295 donors who generously contributed over $10,000,000 to the Aspire: Arts Academics Athletics capital campaign.
This $10M project will support the holistic Lancer experience by providing a well-rounded program that focuses on heart, soul, mind and body.
Arts: The transformational Stearns Center for the Arts features Ginny L. Clements Dance; Czarina and Humberto S. Lopez Visual Arts; Pocono Music; Foundation Choir; Stevens Gallery; Carmelite Plaza; Boesen Family “Story of Salpointe;” and Helena S. Corcoran Theater, including top of the line pre-performance “green room,” advanced sound and lighting technology, STEAM-inspired shop, and costume/prop storage, all with ADA accessibility.
Academics: The renovation of four multipurpose learning spaces and two state-of-the-art digital educational classrooms continues Salpointe’s commitment to invest in the daily academic environment. This focus on academic improvements includes the Tim and Jane Garigan Room 411, Mike and Gracie Quiroz Marum Room 424 and Ashton Expansion of the STEM Patio for experiential learning.
Athletics: The renovation of existing facilities meets the needs of 85% of Lancers who participate in extracurricular activities: Kalil Family Gymnasium including the Pat Sniezek Wall of Champions and Rev. Msgr. John Lyons Bistro; Stevens Strength and Conditioning Center; Michael Geddes Wrestling Facility; Alumni Hall; as well as installation of lights on the baseball, softball and track fields.
Thank you for Aspiring with us! Your generosity and vision will help retain Salpointe’s position as the leader in secondary education in Southern Arizona for generations to come.