Aidan O'Neill '19 was involved in a variety of activities during his time at Salesianum including theatre, Model United Nations, Alliance, Youth in Government, and the Salesianum and Ursuline choir.Learn More
Jake Ostroski '19 will graduate in Top 50 in his class at Salesianum this spring. While at Salesianum, Jake was a two year varsity member of the state championship soccer team, Executive Captain of Fromentin House, head of the Rivals for Rations canned food drive, Big Brother...Learn More
Salesianum makes developing relationships with those we serve a priority in every philanthropic project and trip. We believe it is by truly getting close to those we serve that we best positioned to go forth to make a world, that is very much in need, a better place. Whether discussing historic literary works or today’s news headlines, students are required to analyze diverse perspectives, decisions and their impacts from a variety of lenses that place a particular focused on the marginalized.Learn More
We are an academic institution with a purpose, dedicated to helping young men become the best version of themselves.Learn More
It's developing creative minds through exploration of fine arts and also collaborating and exploring potential career interests through expansive clubs and activities.Learn More
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.More about Salesianum
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
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.Explore all student activities
As they pursue their interests, students learn to express themselves and to collaborate with others in pursuit of a common goal.See the possibilities
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.