Salpointe Catholic High School is Christ-centered, inspired by the Spirit and guided by the Carmelite tradition of education in a context of prayer, community and service. The learning environment is shaped by faculty and staff dedicated to exemplifying and teaching a life-long commitment to spiritual growth.
Salpointe honors the Carmelite charism of prayer in the daily life of our community. We begin every morning and end school every afternoon with prayer as well at the beginning of each class period.
Salpointe´s Campus Ministry program is rooted in Carmelite beliefs, traditions and values and strives to guide students in their faith during their tenure at Salpointe through Days of Recollection, Kairos retreats, monthly all school liturgies and Service Learning.
"What a comfort it is, this way of love! You may stumble on it, you may fail to correspond with grace given, but always love knows how to make the best of everything; whatever offends our Lord is burnt up in its fire, and nothing is left but a humble, absorbing peace deep down in the heart." - St. Therese of Lisieux.
The Campus Ministry Department is responsible for school masses, spiritual retreats, service learning, sacramental preparation and daily prayer.