- Schoology Grading System
- Summer Reading and Text Books Orders ("Shelfit!")
- Laptops and Policies
- Student Dining - The Cafe (Lunch Menu)
- Senior Students - Graduation Events!
- Uniforms, Pride Friday, and Appearance Dress Codes
- Spirit Wear by The Booster Club and BSN Sideline Store
- Student Activities
- Register to Vote
- Summer Internships
Students and their parents/guardians can access grades, homework assignments and important information via Schoology (salesian.schoology.com).
If you have your Schoology account information but still have questions, please contact Mr. Swanson at email@example.com. If you need a replacement letter with instructions, contact the front office.
Summer Reading and Assignments 2021
Click on the Links
Digital Online Bookstore for 2021-2022
New this year is Shelfit! Shelfit gives parents and students online access to all their school book needs with an easy-to-use platform with a single login. Each student will have their own Shelfit online bookstore listing all the books that they will need for the 2021-2022 school year plus there will be a simple purchasing feature.
More information about Shelfit coming soon! https://youtu.be/
Laptop Policy 2021 - 2022
All students at Salesian College Preparatory (SCP) are required to have a laptop for the 2021 - 2022 school year. Students are required to have a laptop with at least the following minimum specifications:
- Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 or higher, with Solid State Hard Drive or Mac OS 10.14.3 (Mojave) or higher
- Memory: 8GB or higher
- Storage: 256GB or higher
- Wi-Fi: 802.11g/5GHz compatibility or higher
- Bluetooth: 3.0 or higher internal microphone
- Warranty: Extended warranty that includes damage protection (recommended)
- Students are expected to bring their privately-owned laptop to school every day, fully charged.
- Students are responsible for hardware support and maintenance of their personal device.
- Students must have all eBooks, apps, and accessories required by their teachers by Wednesday, September 1, 2021.
- All contents and use of the student’s device are to conform to the mission and vision of SCP as well as the Acceptable Technology Use Policy.
- SCP reserves the right to inspect the content of all laptops brought onto campus by students.
- Students are to adhere to the Acceptable Use Policy at all times (cf. Student-Family Handbook 2021–2022).
- Students are to create a passcode/password on the laptop and keep the passcode/password confidential.
- Students should not share their passcode/password with anyone.
- Other than their parents or guardians, students are not to let anyone besides themselves use the laptop.
- Students should not provide their personal information to anyone over the Internet.
Disclosure: Salesian is a safe campus where theft or damage to personal property is not common; however, students should always secure their personal property in their backpack which they should keep with them. By bringing their own laptop or other devices to school, students and their parents/guardians accept full responsibility for damage which might occur to the laptop, as well as loss, or theft. Salesian College Preparatory is not responsible for the care, replacement, and/or repair of any device under any circumstances.
Any questions about laptops may be directed to our IT Assistant, Mr. Oscar Ruiz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Catering by Marijane
Salesian College Preparatory
Lunches must be pre-ordered and pre-paid by 8 pm the night before.
Click link to order: www.cateringbymarijane.com
Breakfast items may be purchased daily at the Cafe with cash -
no pre-ordering required for breakfast items.
Welcome to Catering by Marijane!
My name is Marijane Ricchiuto and I have been in the catering and food business for more than 25 years. I have also been working with Catholic School lunch programs for the past 15 years. We are looking forward to serving the Salesian College Preparatory community through our online, build-a-menu program which enables parents to create lunch menus for their children for a day, a week or the entire month. To enhance our program, we have a dietitian on staff who will be working with parents to meet any specific dietary needs or food allergies your child/children may have.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me at: email@example.com
Catering by Marijane Build-A-Menu Program:
Catering by Marijane - Online Lunch Orders
Catering by Marijane offers pre-ordered, pre-paid lunches to Salesian students. Breakfast items may be purchased daily with cash. See website for ordering or details - https://www.
- To get started, register at www.cateringbymarijane.com
- We offer hot and cold, lunch items, 5 days a week
- Menu items for Build a Menu include:
- 9 lunch choices and hot entrées, cold entrées and a vegetarian option
- Each menu item will cost $7.00 for all grades.
- Menu Orders can to be placed online daily, weekly or monthly, 24/7. The deadline to order is 8pm the night before.
- Build-A-Menu will be available a week before the month starts.
- Payment Processing is done through PayPal (no PayPal account needed)
You will have the option to use a credit card or debit card and all transactions are secure.
If you have a lunch-punch card from the previous year, please call Marijane at (510) 506-3232 for a coupon code to use in the new Build-A-Menu program.
Class of 2022 Graduation Events
Wednesday, June 1, 2022:
Seniors: Mandatory Rehearsal for Graduation Events, 11:30 a.m., Gymnasium
Thursday, June 2:
Baccalaureate Mass, 7 p.m., Gymnasium
Friday, June 3:
Senior Class Farewell, 11 a.m., Gymnasium
Saturday, June 4:
Graduation, 11 a.m., St. Cornelius Catholic Church, 205 28th Street, Richmond
Class of 2022 Student and Parent Guidebook
Salesian Seniors! Below, you will find links for all things related to this year, including the Senior Parent Guidebook, the Calendar, Senior Tribute Ads, and other relevant Senior News. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding calendar dates; contact Mr. Ruiz, Yearbook Moderator for questions about Senior Yearbook Tribute Ads, or Ms. Martin, Senior Class Moderator for questions about Senior Class events.
2022 Senior Class Student and Parent Guide Book
Dress Code Guidelines (2021-2022)
Students are expected to be in approved Salesian Dress Code Monday through Thursday while on campus. Relaxed dress code is allowed (no sweatpants) on Fridays, also known as Pride Fridays. For information on dress code policy and Pride Fridays guidelines, click on this link: Appearance Dress Code Policy
School uniforms must be purchased through our uniform provider, Lands' End. Click HERE to be redirected to Lands' End uniform site.
Lands' End Preferred School Number for Salesian: 900172578
P.E. uniforms and locks for lockers can only be purchased from our P.E. teacher during the first week of school.
Spirit Wear from Salesian's Booster Club:
Click HERE to buy sweatshirts, crew necks, t-shirts, and accessories. The sweatshirts are approved by the Salesian administration as part of the school uniform and the t-shirts may be worn on "Pride Fridays."
Spirit Wear from our BSN Sideline online store:
You may also purchase Spirit Wear from BSN but please note that most of the items are NOT approved to be worn during school hours (except for the polos). Most items may be worn on Pride Fridays.
Let your voice be heard! Calling all students ages 16 - 18, click on the "Vote California" button below to register or pre-register to vote. What is pre-registering? If you aren't 18 yet, you can still fill out the registration form and be automatically registered when you turn 18.
At Salesian, we encourage all young people to take an active role in their community. Whether it's through community service, extra curricular activities or staying up to date on current events; there are a lot of ways to get involved. Voting is a great way to influence change on a local, state, and national level. We hope all eligible students will take advantage of this opportunity and register or pre-register for future elections.
While colleges increasingly emphasize the value of “experiential” or “hands-on” learning within their own communities, high school students are discovering real benefits in setting aside time during their high school careers for internships or other out-of-classroom experiences. In fact, they are finding that internships provide amazing opportunities to gain significant work experience while exploring long-term career options.
An internship helps students understand how professional organizations function in the real world. While learning and working, interns have the opportunity to refine career goals. In fact, a summer internship can serve as a “trial period” to test ideas about professions and industries without making any long-term commitments.