The Sports Information Club will be previewing each Fall Sports Team during the week of August 15th.
In the 2015-16 school year, 426 students took at least one AP course with a total number of 880 AP exams administered this past May. 84% of all A.P. students earned at least one qualifying score of three or higher out of five.
Twenty-Five Faculty Members joined the 128 students for a total of 4896 hours of Community Service performed this summer.
View the full calendar of events for prospective students and their parents at www.lschs.org/admissions
Tyler will be competing in the Lightweight Men's Four on August 6th, 9th, and 11th in the 2016 Summer Olympics.
The 10th place finish nationally is the best finish in school history for the 5-time defending PIAA State Champions. Seven Explorers were also named All-Americans.
The Information Sciences and Technology Department, through our partnership with Certiport, offers certification tests in Microsoft, Adobe and AutoDesk Software on campus.
Mrs. Julia K. Maher, Director of Lasallian Mission & Ministry, completed her third and final year in the program while Mr. Michael V. McCabe '08, Religion Department Faculty Member, began his first year.
Mr. O'Toole was presented with the award at the 2016 NSDA National Finals in Salt Lake City, Utah.
257 young men were awarded diplomas at a combined Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2016.
The 5th annual event will take place on Saturday afternoon, October 16, 2016 as part of Homecoming Weekend.
Ten students from La Salle College High School competed at the 2016 National Catholic Forensics League (NCFL) National Finals with over 2,460 students from 518 schools and 67 diocesan leagues.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia honored eight members of the Class of 2016 for being ranked in the Top 3% of the senior class.
The Explorers defeated Saint Joseph's Prep to win the program's 20th Philadelphia Catholic League Championship.
The Explorers will now face George Washington HS for the PIAA District XII AAA City Championship.
Brother James Steck, FSC passes away.
Over 250 seniors gathered in The Pit for breakfast to celebrate their final day of classes.
Annual Arts Exhibition features over 400 pieces of student artwork.
The Choral Concert featured the voices of over seventy young men.