Worship and Prayer
Daily Morning Prayer
Every morning school begins with a morning prayer by our Director Fr. Mel Trinidad. Students are led in a morning reflection and prayer which sets the tone for the rest of the day.
At the beginning of the school year, Salesian students recognize the Triduum, three days of spiritual preparation which introduces the unique theme for the year. Spiritual activities include liturgies, guest lectures and student-team activities, all of which help illustrate and deepen our understanding of that theme.
Feast Day of Don Bosco
On our feast day of St. John Bosco, or Don Bosco Day (January 31st) as we refer to it, is a day of worship, community sharing and celebration. For 50 years, Salesian High School students have come together to reflect and celebrate Don Bosco Day. Students, Faculty and Staff all participate in liturgy, and participate in fun games and activities.
Feast Day of Mary Help of Christians
In May, the Salesian community gathers for liturgy and reflection to honor the Feast Day of Mary Help of Christians
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered to classes each a year.