Regular Admission

1.

Complete Online Application

All applicants must complete the online 8th Grade Application for Admission via our Application Portal. The fee for all applicants is $60.

Apply Online

Please remember your username and password

2.

Take Scholarship/Entrance Exam

The online application automatically registers each student for the Entrance Exam.

This year, the Entrance Exam will be given at 8:30 am on Saturday, October 28, and Saturday, November 11.

3.

Submit Transcript

Please print the 2017-18 Transcript Request Form through your online account and submit to your Principal/Guidance Counselor.

  • Final 7th grade report card
  • Summary of most recent standardized test scores
  • Most recent 8th grade marks

4.

Get Academic Recommendation

Please use the Recommendation Form through your online account. The form should be sent to a teacher, counselor or principal to complete through the online application system. Please be sure to have a personal conversation with the individual completing your recommendation before submitting the request. Only one academic recommendation is required. Personal recommendations can be emailed to the Admissions Office as well.

5.

Write Personal Essay

Your essay must be uploaded through your online account. The essay should be 2 to 3 paragraphs on:

Why I would like to attend La Salle College High School

Transfer Students

Each Spring, La Salle admits a small number of transfer students into grades 10 and 11. Students must have an "A/B" average and be in good standing at their present school. Top applicants will be interviewed by La Salle's Principal and the Dean of Enrollment Management.


1.

Complete Online Transfer Application

All applicants must complete the online Application for Admission via our Application Portal. The fee for all transfer applicants is $60.

Apply Online

Please remember your username and password

2.

Submit Transcript

Please print the 2017-18 Transcript Request Form through your online account and submit to your Principal/Guidance Counselor.

Transcript should include most recent Standardized Test Scores.

3.

Submit Discipline and Attendance Report

Please print the Discipline and Attendance Report from your online account and submit to your Principal or Dean of Students.

4.

Get Academic Recommendation

Please use the Recommendation Form through your online account. The form should be sent to a teacher, counselor or principal to complete through the online application system. Please be sure to have a personal conversation with the individual completing your recommendation before submitting the request. Only one academic recommendation is required. Personal recommendations can be emailed to the Admissions Office as well.

5.

Write Personal Essay

Your essay must be uploaded through your online account. The essay should be 2 to 3 paragraphs on:

Why I would like to attend La Salle College High School

International Students

La Salle College High School is part of a worldwide network of Lasallian schools present in over 80 countries. Over 1 million students are educated daily through the Lasallian network.

We currently have 18 international students attending La Salle College High School in Wyndmoor, PA. Our Coordinator of International Students Program works with and supports our international students on a daily basis.



Applicants from China and Korea

International students from China and Korea are required to work through the Cambridge Institute of International Education. The Cambridge Institute assists students through the admissions process and helps to ensure proper placement along with host families.

To submit an application, please contact the Cambridge Institute.

Click the following links for more information:

Student Inquiry

Host Family Inquiry


David Program

The David Program at La Salle College High School serves a unique group of college bound students with diagnosed mild learning differences in reading, writing, spelling, and/or math skills, attention issues, organizational difficulties, or memory processing problems.

The goal of the program is to provide remediation or compensatory strategies to help each student become as independent a learner as possible through increased knowledge of his strengths and weaknesses, applications of appropriate study strategies and growth towards self-advocacy.


David Program Admission Process

Students apply for admission into the David Program at the same time they apply for admission to La Salle College High School. In addition to the regular admissions process, the following is required for admission to the David Program:

  • Interview with the Director of the David Program.
  • Recent (within two years) psycho-educational or neuro-psychological evaluation.

8th grade students who may qualify for extended time on the Scholarship/ Entrance Exam are asked to submit all appropriate documentation at least two weeks prior to the exam date to the Dean of Enrollment Management via the Admissions Online Application Portal and via email to John Keenan, Director of the David Program.

David Program Tuition and Fees

Tuition for the 2016-2017 school year is $22,400. Tuition for the David Program is an additional $9,120. Tuition increases 3.5% to 4.5% annually.

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