Sunday, November 17, 2019

Salpointe Catholic High School, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Salpointe Catholic High School Location, Contacts

Salpointe Catholic High School is a Catholic High School located in 1545 E. Copper St., Tucson, Tucson, Arizona – 85719, United States of America – USA.

Phone Number: (520) 327-6581
Email Address: To be updated soon 


Diocese/Arch-Diocese: Diocese of Tucson
Google Map Coordinates: 32.254810, -110.950193

Salpointe Catholic High School Tucson, Arizona
Salpointe Catholic High School Tucson, Arizona


Salpointe Catholic High established in the late 1950 with Junior and senior class, it enrolled 100 students on the first day. The first principle was Rev. Victor Stoner followed by Rev. Edward Carscallen and Rev. George Dykes. The school is named after Arizona’s first Bishop Jean-Baptiste Salpointe and worked as a missionary in Arizona from 1866 to 1885.  

Bishop Gercke gave ownership of forty acres and buildings to the Carmelites for $10.00 in 1955. The school progress thanks to the generosity of Mrs. Helena Corcoran with the support of her husband, John P. Corcoran. She believed in Catholic high school education. The Corcoran donated $8–$10 million for the school expansion. The school enrolled more students from 400 to 1,000 under the sponsorship of Corcoran. Our dear benefactor died in 1963, Helena Corcoran. Classroom renovated in 2016. Adding to their numerous charity work of Mrs. Helena Corcoran built nuns and priest home in 1955.

Fee Structure

To be updated soon

Tuition & Financial Aid

2019-2020 Academic Year Tuition:
Registration Fees:
$300 for freshman and juniors (fee covers ID card, admission to Fine Arts and Athletic home events, yearbook, drug testing and service programs).
$525 for Seniors (Kairos and all items included above).
Chromebook fee $350 (fee covers the cost of the student’s Chromebook, which they will receive on Orientation Day).
Parents to pay for textbooks and uniform. 


Incoming students considered for a $1,000 Freshmen Year Merit Scholarship. The scholarship based on the student’s High School Placement Test (HSPT) scores.