La Salle Welcomes the Class of 2021

La Salle Welcomes the Class of 2021

The 275 members of the Class of 2021 were welcomed as members of the student body and enjoyed the first meal in the new Glaser Student Center.

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La Salle College High School opened its doors on Tuesday morning, September 5, 2017 for the start of the school's 159th academic year as 275 boys from local middle and elementary schools were welcomed to the Class of 2021 by the faculty, staff, and administration with various orientation activities.

The students were greeted at the entrance of the school by Brother James Butler, FSC, Principal Michael O'Toole '68, senior members of the Student Council, the Explorer, and the sounds of the La Salle Pep Band. The boys started their day in homeroom and met their teachers by following an abbreviated version of their roster. T

he Class of 2021 took their place in the long and storied history of La Salle College High School by being the first class to eat in the new Glaser Center, the 15,344 square foot dining hall and assembly area that was completed last week.

Video: Sights and Sounds from Freshmen Orientation


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