Where You Belong.
Inspired by social justice teachings, Salesian College Preparatory is a diverse private, independent, Catholic co-educational high school located in the East Bay city of Richmond, California. We are committed to developing the individual potential of every student in our care through an educational system that is rooted in faith, and consistently excellent, innovative, and equitable. At Salesian, we meet the needs of the young through the oratory experiences of a home where you belong, a school that educates, a church that welcomes, and a playground where joy abounds.
Salesian offers a variety of classes and activities for students who want to be creative. Get involved in a theatrical performance, join our popular choral group, Story and Song, discover the world of music in our school band, or express yourself through dance or art.
Salesian's educational experience is designed to last a student for a lifetime.
Salesian is committed to building and maintaining its family even after students have graduated and are taking their first steps into adult life and higher education. "Beyond Salesian" offers guidance and assistance and a stable network of support as new Salesian graduates start their collegiate careers.
Faith & Service
Here at Salesian College Preparatory, SLAM is the collective form of student leadership and ministry. The mission of SLAM members within the school is to create a culture for good, a lever to serve the greater community in a vibrant Salesian spirit. By working together, SLAM members encourage spirit and cohesiveness across the entire school community through planning, implementing and evaluation of all activities. In this way, the students exemplify the Salesian educational mission.
The following activities and clubs are offered at Salesian College Preparatory and reflect the diverse nature of our student population, enabling students to follow their passion in different areas of interest. New clubs are formed by students each year!
The Tabard is Salesian's literary and arts magazine created and edited by students. Featuring art, photography, poetry, and more, students from each grade work all year long to create this final masterpiece.