Strategic Plan


La Salle College High School, a Catholic independent, college preparatory school for young men of varied backgrounds, is conducted in the tradition of Saint John Baptist De La Salle. Through a broad and balanced, human and Christian education, La Salle College High School guides each student in the development of his God-given talents and fosters a commitment to academic excellence, service and leadership.



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Dear Members of the La Salle College High School Family,

This is indeed a time of “Grace and Favor from the Lord” at La Salle College High School! Each day, our school is bustling with an incredible diversity of academic, extracurricular, and athletic endeavors. In most of those activities, we experience a level of success few schools could aspire to. Programs and facilities alike are in a phase of expansion and development.

Truly, there is no better – or more important – time in an organization’s life to consider strategic initiatives for the future than when things are going well. Not to engage in such reflection is to invite self-satisfaction at best and entropy at worst to take ahold.

This publication presents to you La Salle’s third strategic plan in recent years. To inspire it, we returned to the core values of our Lasallian Mission and Catholic identity. To ground it, we sought input from hundreds of alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students, and educators from cooperating institutions. To create it, we considered the key elements that will propel us into being the school we wish to become: instruction; other programming; a Christian community created by a diverse student body and staff. To support it, we considered the goals in enrollment, advancement, and facilities enhancement which will allow us to deliver an ever broader platform of educational services.

We present to you, La Salle: A Vision for the Third Decade of the New Millennium with gratitude for the input of so many constituents, with confidence that we can achieve its aims, and with optimism for the future it constructs. Most importantly of all, we present it with the conviction that we build God’s house here at La Salle College High School, echoing the words of our Founder, “Lord, the work is Yours.”

For the Governance and Leadership of the School,

Brother James L. Butler, FSC

Robert P. Moran '69
Chairman, Board of Trustees

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