Salesianum School

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Educating the Whole Person

Salesianum's rigorous academic curriculum cultivates creativity, vision and a lifelong love of learning in our students.

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Service at Salesianum

Serving others is second nature to our students. Salsthon 2015 aims to raise $200 K to buy a new house for the Delaware Center for Homeless Veterans.

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Through classes, clubs and activities, every student finds a way to express his creativity.

Bye Bye Birdie: March 27 & 28

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Gentle Strength: Athletics

Highlights of the 2013-2014 athletic season included 8 state championships, the #2 soccer team in the nation and countless wins and personal records.

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Be who you are and be that well.

Since 1903 Salesianum has been educating young men in the example of the gentleman saint, Francis de Sales. His mission and our goal is simply to Live Jesus.

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We cultivate a lifelong love of learning in our students.

Rather than studying simply to earn good grades, Salesianum students learn to pursue their academic passions in creative and innovative ways.

Academia at its finest

Student Life

Our students are proud of their accomplishments.

While academics form the core of a Salesianum education, more than 92% of students enjoy activities, arts and athletics as part of their daily lives.

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Salesian Gentlemen

Salesianum is more than just a school.

As they pursue their interests, students learn to express themselves and to collaborate with others in pursuit of a common goal.

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Our school and beliefs are rooted in the spirituality of the gentleman saint, Francis de Sales.


We challenge our students to serve the broader community as Salesian gentlemen through service.


Our more than 16,000 alumni tell us that Salesianum prepared them to be members of the community.

News & Events

April 27

Incarceration Nation

Join us for a lively discussion with leading advocates, reformers and experts as we take a closer look at the social and economic impacts of mass i...

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May 01

Golden Oldies

Alumni who graduated at least 50 years ago are invited to join us in Centenary Hall for a catered luncheon and good times reminiscing with lifelong...

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