Campus Life on the Hilltop
It's easy to find your place at Salisbury! Our vibrant community thrives on the concept of brotherhood, evident through our character based approach to everything we do. From the family-like dynamic between students and faculty, our wide range of clubs and organizations, social opportunities, leadership and service, to our time honored traditions, your time at Salisbury will be meaningful, and fun!
At Salisbury, we work hard to help you cultivate a leadership style that is authentic to you. The leadership offerings are endless ranging from Prefects, Peer Leaders, Student Government, sports captains, Club advisory, and the list goes on. Within our LEADS Speaker Series, Salisbury students have the unique opportunity to meet with and in some cases, become mentored by leaders within our greater community.
- Learn how to make an impact
- Experience countless opportunities to enrich our community
- Apply the tools to make a difference
- Develop your own unique leadership style
Past LEADS guests include:
- Marquis Daisy, ESPN, Director/ Producer "30 For 30" Films
- Henry Lystad, Executive Director of the Global Conservation Fund
- Bjoern Werner '10, Former Defensive End, Indianapolis Colts
- Katie Hood, One Love Foundation
- Mike Slap, Musical Artist
- Matt Bellace, Comedian
At Salisbury, fun is part of our daily life! Students and faculty alike enjoy dressing up for our theme days, playing name-that- tune at lunch, participating in goofy relay races during our all school meetings, and competing in our Sarum Dorm Competitions. Weekends are packed with diverse options including both on and off campus activities. Engaging with students from nearby schools is an important part of our culture and helps us to cultivate healthy relationships beyond the Hilltop.
The world comes to us, here on the Hilltop! With students and faculty from all over the country - and the world, the Hilltop is an incredible place to grow as a member of our global community. Our residential life program is one designed to help educate our boys in making healthy decisions as they are faced with personal challenges. Regular programming is built into our daily and evening schedules to help mentor our boys on the topics of global awareness, decision making, healthy relationships, health and nutrition and others. The Residential program also incorporates a lighter side of brotherhood in our contentious Dorm Competitions. The events include intellectual challenges, citizenship recognition and athletic contests. Evening dodgeball games and pumpkin pie eating contests are among the most popular and competitive!