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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.
The Global Studies Club of La Salle College High School invites you to an evening lecture with Michael Majok Kuch '04, inspiration for the new novel How Fast Can You Run.
La Salle College High School awarded scholarships to over 50 eighth grade boys and, on January 5, 2017, those young men along with their parents and a favorite teacher from their grade school, attended a Scholarship Reception in their honor.
35 schools and over 360 students competed in 11 events on Saturday, December 10th on campus.
Alex Fang '19 and Tyler Liu '18 presented at the I/ITSE Conference in Orlando, the largest conference on the modeling, simulation and training industry in the US.
The IST Department currently offers 22 different technology courses for our students - National Computer Science Education Week is December 5-11.
The team hosts the La Salle Forum Invitational on December 10th, in which approximately 500 competitors, coaches, and judges will be on campus at La Salle.
The Brother Edward Gallagher, FSC Leadership and Junior Ring Liturgy was held Sunday, November 13th.
Luke Crawford '17 & James Meyer '18 represented La Salle at the program held at KYW 1060 AM studios in Downtown Philadelphia.
Gianni DiGregorio '17 and Nicholas Maisel '17 will lead the program as co-presidents.
Attendees at the Open House were invited to be "part of history" at the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Glaser Center.
Bernie Fitzgerald '77 and Mr. Peter Sigmund '85 were recognized at the Honors Convocation for their years of service.
EFASCE di Philadelphia presented two seniors with monetary awards for their proficiency in the Italian language.
First Honors are awarded to 290 students and 186 boys are recognized for having a GPA of 4.0 or higher.
On Saturday, September 24th, the Robotics Team competed in an off-season competition at Hatboro-Horsham High School.
Students gain valuable experience as interns with Aegis Software Corporation.
Five students were named as Semifinalists and an additional thirteen students were recognized as Commended Students.
WEXPTV produces a live morning show every Monday, Wednesday and Friday during HR featuring highlights, interviews and feature stories on all aspects of La Salle.
These teams have been created as a way for Freshmen and Sophomore team members to have an opportunity to take on more leadership roles.
For more information on the college application process, visit the College Counseling Department's website at www.lschs.org/college.
The Class of 2020 received their class ties at a prayer service and induction ceremony on August 31, 2016.
The Class of 2020 began at La Salle College High School as 274 boys were welcomed as members of the student body.
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.
The Information Sciences and Technology Department, through our partnership with Certiport, offers certification tests in Microsoft, Adobe and AutoDesk Software on campus.
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 Archdiocese of Philadelphia honored eight members of the Class of 2016 for being ranked in the Top 3% of the senior class.
Almost 430 students took 851 Advanced Placement (AP) Exams during a two week period from May 2, 2016 through May 13, 2016.
Mr. Charles Zwicker, Senior Vice President and Mr. Todd Tew, Pre-Sales Engineer for Weidenhammer Systems visited La Salle College High School on Tuesday, May 10, 2016.
The Philadelphia Classic is a Programming Competition where students can select to program in either Java or Python at a novice or standard level.
Students in the course previously had read a book about immigrants to the USA and the book includes direct interviews from immigrants who pick mushrooms on farms in Kennett Square.
La Salle College High School announces that Mr. Kevin Whitney, currently Dean of Faculty Development and Director of Twenty-First Century Learning at Malvern Preparatory School, will join La Salle as Dean of Academic Affairs beginning with the 2016-17 academic year.
Team 5181, La Salle Robotics, competed in their second regional district event at the Westtown School the weekend of April 2nd.
La Salle captured three gold medals and two silver medals at the Montgomery County Association of Teachers of Foreign Languages (MCATFL) Oral Proficiency Contest.
The event is held in Washington, DC and is attended by students from the US and over 18 countries.
The first regional competition for Robot Sigmund will take place March 5th & 6th at Hatboro-Horsham High School.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of longtime teacher and coach at La Salle College High School, Mr. Edward McCabe.
AUTOcad is one of over 20 electives offered in the Information Sciences and Technology Department Curriculum.
The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC)is the world's largest modeling, simulation, and training conference.
Mr. Todd Tew, Pre-Sales Engineer for Weidenhammer Systems visited La Salle College High School on Thursday, October 22, 2015.
The 17th Season of the Student-Produced WEXP TV Morning Show debuted on Monday, September 21st.
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.