Salpointe Catholic High School

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Salpointe Catholic High School is a co-ed Catholic high school in Tucson, Arizona, run by members of the Carmelites. It was founded in 1950 as a school for 100 pupils, and is named for bishop Jean Baptiste Salpointe, who worked as a missionary in the Arizona Territory from 1866 to 1885.

Notable alumniEdit

Notable alumni of Salpointe Catholic High School include:

  • H Darr Beiser, award winning professional photographer, USA Today
  • Antonio Nagore, international operatic tenor and recitalist
  • Oscar Salvatierra, transplant surgeon, Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics and Director of Pediatric Renal Transplantation, Stanford University Medical Center
  • Patricia Preciado Martin, award winning writer on Mexican-American culture
  • Edward F. Joganic, plastic surgeon, founder of Southwest Craniofacial Center

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