Developing strong servant leaders for the local and global community is an integral component of Salpointe Catholic’s holistic education.
Beginning with freshman year, students are taught the importance and value of being a servant leader. They are exposed to the concepts of service and leadership in their Days of Recollection, in classroom activities and in service-learning projects. The Catholic social teachings of human dignity, community and the common good, participation and our responsibilities as Catholic citizens of the world are emphasized continuously through curriculum and co-curricular activities.
During their junior year, all students participate in a Day of Servant-Leadership. Activities and community service projects reinforce and teach that all of our students are called to be leaders in some way.
At the beginning of their senior year, students are given the opportunity to step forward during a Senior-Leadership Commissioning Service to commit themselves to a role of servant-leadership. They are called, in the presence of the entire school community, to be role-models and to live out the values of the school.