The annual Band Concert featured over 200 musicians performing fifteen numbers in seven different ensembles. Download The Concert MP3.
Video by Nicholas Ammazzalorso '16
Within the academic program you will find the collective work of a faculty grounded in the mission of Lasallian education while, at the same time, understanding of the rigorous demands of a college preparatory school. This balance between the demands of a mission-based education in Christian service, faith, and love and the demands of a pre-collegiate curriculum is what makes La Salle College High School great.
This is the 5th consecutive year a student involved with WEXPtv has completed the KYW Newstudies Program.
Admission is free to both music showcases in La Salle's Auditorium.
Mr. Warrender currently is a Mobile UX Manager at Google in New York City.
Our students, faculty, and staff donated approximately 8,000 food items to St. Vincent's food pantry.
Rotzal has earned all of the Boy Scouts 139 merit badges. It's a feat attained by 360 boys in the history of the organization.
The Philadelphia Classic (PClassic) is a semesterly programming competition for high school students hosted by the University of Pennsylvania
This prestigious speech and debate tournament brought over 280 schools and 2,000 students from over 35 states together for three days of competition.
Senior Captain Evan Addison '18 was also named Second Team All-State.
The Mass was held for the Junior Class and their Families on Sunday, November 12th.
La Salle will hold signing days for other sports in February (Football, Soccer, Water Polo) and April (basketball).
The latest issue of "De La Salle Today" focuses on technology in our Lasallian ministries of North America.
First Honors are awarded to 290 students and 186 boys are recognized for having a GPA of 4.0 or higher.
Mr. William Leahy was recognized at the Honors Convocation for his 25 year of service to La Salle College High School.
Patrick Cunnane '06, a former White House Senior Writer and Deputy Director of Messaging, challenged students to "trust the process."
Over 250 alumni, parents, benefactors, and invited guests took part in the formal blessing and dedication of the Glaser Center on Wednesday evening, October 11, 2017.
The Admissions Office would like to remind prospective families to register for the upcoming Admissions Test, Financial Aid, VIP Day Visits and Mornings at La Salle.
The official 2018 game kick-off for FRC Power Up will be held on Saturday, January 6th worldwide.
73 admissions representatives from 58 different colleges and universities, spanning 15 states were on campus on Tuesday, October 3rd.
The theme for this 11th annual event is "Peace Without Limits."
The WEXP TV News Program can now be seen by the entire La Salle Community at www.lschs.org/wexptv.
Parents were asked to submit questions in advance, and the College Counselors addressed those questions about the college application process in their overall presentation.
A record 177 colleges and universities visited La Salle last school year.
The Class of 2021 also received their class ties at a prayer service and induction ceremony on September 7, 2017.
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.
Our faculty and administration kicked off the 2017-2018 school year with a day of service in Philadelphia on Tuesday, August 29th.
Our International Students Program now has 18 students from China for 2017-18 school year.
La Salle welcomes fourteen new members to the faculty/staff, while an additional of six assume new roles.
Our annual Admissions Open House will be held on Sunday, October 1st.
The Yearbook staff won 'Best Verbal Theme Presentation' award at the annual conference.
The event honors students who are ranked in the top 3% of their senior class.
NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
Over the past eight years, close to $240,000 has been donated to various charities through this initiative.
Students will perform The Drowsy Chaperone, from Thursday March 22, 2018 through Sunday March 25, 2018
Students prepare to take AP Exams in 23 different subject areas.
Various La Salle Faculty members shared their fondest memories of the Christian Brothers in a video shown during homeroom to the student body.
Mr. Steve Duncheskie '94, Chair of the Science Department, introduced Mr. Gillespie as part of La Salle's FSC Week Celebration.
The Student Art Festival was held on Monday, April 24, 2017. Click to view photos of the student artwork.
The Arts Festival includes a student art exhibit and the Spring Band and Choral Concerts. Admission is Free!
Ten seniors and eighty-six juniors were inducted into NHS on Tuesday, April 11th.
In addition to the Executive Officer Elections, each grade level voted for Class President and Senators. (Photo by Luke Crawford '17).
Team 5181 will be competing at Lehigh University April 5 – April 8 for a chance to advance to the World Championships in Missouri.
Nine students represented La Salle College High School to compete for medals in Chinese, French and Spanish.
The team will now turn its attention to its final three championships – the Tournament of Champions hosted by the University of Kentucky, N.C.F.L. Grand Nationals, and the N.S.D.A. National Championship.
View the campaign platform videos of each of the ten parties running for President and Vice President.
Students from nine Philadelphia area high schools convened to discuss and compete in such wide ranging topics as the humanitarian crisis in Syria, territorial disputes in the South China Sea and the nuclear crisis in North Korea.
Team 5181 advanced to the semifinals for the 1st time in the program's 4-year history at the Hatboro-Horsham Competition.
The Valley Forge National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) District Tournament will take place at La Salle March 25 & 26.
The Robotics Team (Team 5181) will be competing at Hatboro-Horsham High School Saturday and Sunday (March 4-5).
La Salle provides many programs to support students with the challenges of a college preparatory curriculum. The David Program is an outstanding program which provides additional support for students with learning differences. The National Honors Society has a strong tradition of pairing students in peer-to-peer tutoring for specific academic subjects. With the completion of the new academic wing and the renovation of McLean Hall, Academic Departments now have Resource Centers which provide additional assistance from faculty members throughout the school day. La Salle also maintains a strong tradition of grade level counselors monitroing academic struggles and helping to identify appropriate means of support.