A Teacher’s Perspective: The St. Lawrence Seminary Experience (VIDEO)

C1 img  14.jpgSaint Lawrence Seminary High School provides its students with a remarkable, well rounded education. SLS nurtures mature, well-rounded men of faith who are preparing for lives as priests and religious leaders. Our core values of spirituality, diversity, knowledge and humble commitment exudes from our students and faculty. What truly makes our school so unique, is the high level of involvement between our faculty and students.

Strong Student and Teacher Relationships

The faculty at SLS are extremely involved in all aspects of the students daily activities. Our faculty are not only teachers, but volunteer club leaders, advisers, coaches, and mentors in faith as well. We are proud of the strong bonds formed among our students and teachers. This makes the campus unique as teachers get to spend more time with their students outside of the classroom. Teachers at SLS have the opportunity to help and observe as their students grow into mature, young men of strong faith. The growth the students encounter upon attending SLS, is very evident. 

The teachers, some of whom are are alumni of SLS, have a special chance to teach their students through the holistic formation of the individual, addressing the spiritual, intellectual, social and personal aspects of their being.  As teacher, Katie Daane says, “it’s hard to put St. Lawrence into a single story." This is because SLS is more than just a high school. It's an extraordinary experience for both the students and the faculty. Check out what our faculty has to say about the St. Lawrence Seminary Experience.


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This entry was posted in Boarding School for High School, Boarding School Benefits on August 31, 2017 by Francisco Sauceda