Routine is an important part of a student’s success in school. Below you’ll find a sample schedule of a student at St. Lawrence Seminary. Most students follow a schedule similar to the one below. For more details on course offerings and St. Lawrence Seminary, contact an Admissions Coordinator.
A Day in the Life of a typical SLS Student
6:20am: Wake Up – The first bell of the day. Time to wake up! Time to be alive!
6:45am: Breakfast – Start the day off right with a little nourishment.
7:10am: Morning Prayer – Begin each day by thanking God for the gifts we have.
7:25am: Morning Classes – Class? We have to learn and study?
9:00am: Snack – A little energy boost to get through our morning classes.
11:40am: Lunch – Half the day is done. Time to eat and relax for a few minutes.
12:25pm: Afternoon Classes – Back to the grind, the business of the business.
3:40pm: School’s Out – After a day in the classroom, we need to get ready for the after-school events.
4:00pm: Afternoon Activities – Intramurals, practice, or the great outdoors – time to be active!
6:00pm: Dinner – An evening meal with fraternity brothers.
6:30pm: Work Crew – We take care of our home, the Hill of Happiness.
7:15pm: Evening Prayer – As we wind down, it is time to thank God for another full day of life.
7:30pm: Study Hall – Studies are never done. Need to stay focused.
8:30pm: Free Time – Canteen is open! Maybe a little evening TV or time spent in St. Fidelis Hall.
Time to go to bed! – Rest is needed. See you in the morning!
SLS equipped me with the social skills necessary to interact in all situations, formal and informal.
Quan Nguyen, Class of 2004
Having prayer a part of daily life (hourly, even) during those formative years helped solidify my spiritual life as a Catholic and set the stage for growth and continual formation as an adult.
Trevor St John, Class of 2010