Welcome! The house system eases the traditional “learning curve” that often comes with the transition to high school by providing incoming freshmen with a fun and comprehensive orientation led by senior house mentors. Homerooms are no longer split up by class, but instead by house, so that older students can guide underclassmen through the traditions and practices of Salesianum. 

Students from all grades are mixed together into unique houses. Each house is named for an influential individual in Salesianum's history, and has its own colors, motto and mascots. Birkenheuer, Fromentin, Haley-Carpenter, Kenney, Lawless, Quintus, Rosaio and Tucker houses each serve to foster brotherhood within and between grades, run service projects and fundraisers, and provide leadership opportunities for their members.