A Day in the Life of a typical SLS Student
6:20am: Wake Up – The first dreaded 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 those morning doldrums.
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. Must keep focus, must get good grades!
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