Accepted in the University of Murcia (Spain)

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Carlos J. Martínez and Andrew M. Watson have been accepted in the Department of Classical Philology of the University of Murcia



Carlos J. Martínez (class 2013) achieved excellent scores (scale: 1 - 10) on the Selectividad (the admission test for Spanish universities)

  • Historia de la Filosofía  9.50
  • Inglés 9.00
  • Latín II  9.25
  • Literatura Universal 9.25


Andrew W. Watson (class 2013) also achieved excellent scores on the Selectividad:andy

  • Historia de la Filosofía 8.75
  • Inglés 10.00
  • Latín II 9.50
  • Literatura Universal 7.75


Congratulations to our AP students

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We are pleased to announce that our graduated students attained remarkable results on their AP exams:




Carlos Julio Martínez

  • Biology: 4
  • Latin: 5
  • Calculus AB: 5
  • Spanish Literature and Culture: 5 

Andrew M. Watson

  • Biology: 4
  • Calculus AB: 4
  • English Literature and Composition: 3
  • Latin: 5
  • Spanish Language: 5
  • Spanish Literature and Culture: 5

Nicole L. Bishop 

  • English Lang and Composition: 3
  • English Lit and Composition: 4
  • Spanish Language: 5

    We want to express our gratitude to the teachers who prepared our AP test takers: Father Octavio Carpena, in Biology; Dr. Mooney, in Mathematics; Ms. Silvanna Navarro, in Latin; Ms. Daniela Zúñiga, in Spanish Language and Literature; and Ms. Diana Carles, in English Language and Literature.\r\n

   Once again our congratulations to Carlos Julio Martínez, Andrew Watson, and Nicole Bishop.  Have an excellent remaining summer vacation!'

Field Trips - May 2012

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- Cartagena (Murcia)

SLS Students visited Cartagena (Murcia) on May 9th. Cartagena is a major naval stationlocated in the Region of Murcia" by the Mediterranean Sea". Inhabited for over two millennia and founded around 227 BC during the Phoenician colonies", Cartagena lived its heyday during the Roman Empire, when it was known as Cartago Nova (the New Carthage) and Cartage Spartaria, capital of the province of Cartaginense" 

Among other interesting sites of this magnificent city, our students visited the harbour, and the Roman theater and forum.

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 - Lorca (Murcia)

In another field trip, students hiked through the mountains of Lorca (Murcia) climbing Pericay Ridge and then descending to the Luchena river. After refreshing themselves in the cool clear waters of the Luchena, they traversed the spectacular canyon that leads to the Valdeinfierno dam, which marked the end of the outing.

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Students from SLS receive the sacrament of Confirmation

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jamesariasconfirmationOn April 14, after long and thorough preparation, ten students from SLS received the sacrament of Confirmation at a special Mass celebrated by the Most Rev. José Manuel Lorca Planes, bishop of the diocese of Cartagena (Murcia). The ceremony took place in San Antonio Parish in Cañada de Gallego, Mazarrón (Murcia).

Our new confirmees are John Kotch, Andrés Hernández, Matthew Rego, Francisco Ambrosini, Christopher Jiménez-Ferreto, Sam Bishop, Juan Diego Borja, Michael Rego, James Arias, and Carlos Josué Macías. After the Confirmation, bishop José Manuel Lorca visited the founder and president of SLS, Fr. Alfonso Gálvez, at El Pedregal, the SLS StudentActivity Center, located only a few minutes away of Cañada de Gallego. Bishop Lorca toured the Student Activity Centerand shared appetizers and refreshments with Fr. Alfonso and the students.

We congratulate our confirmees for taking such an important step and thank Most Rev. José Manuel Lorca for making it possible.

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Field Trip to the El Escorial and The Valley of the Fallen

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escorial2012Students and teachers from SLS went to the monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial(Madrid) on February 14 and visited its magnificent complex--basilica, library, the burial sites of the Spanish kings and queens, and museums--built in the sixteenth century during the reign of Philip II.

  • In the afternoon, the students toured the nearby monument of the Valley of the Fallen where more than 30,000 casualties from the Spanish Civil War are buried.
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