Video by Nicholas Ammazzalorso '16
La Salle College High School students live their faith through their actions, recognize the inter-connectedness of the world, and act on their obligation to remedy injustice. Through its many poignant service programs, La Salle fosters an awareness of local and world communities and the importance of taking responsibilities on both platforms.
Founded in 2001, Community TechServe is a year-round program that provides technology services at various educational institutions in the Philadelphia area.
Over 130 members of the Class of 2018 along with members of the faculty will "Leave To Serve" once again this summer. 150 Members of the Sophomore Class will participate in Urban Immersion in Philadelphia this summer.
Over 125 students delivered presents on Christmas Eve as part of Secret Santa.
Student-led prayer services continue on Friday mornings during Advent (December 9, 2016 and again on December 16, 2016).
Students and Faculty "Leave To Serve" Visitation BVM every Tuesday after school as one of the school's Weekly Community Service trips.
Over 10,000 cans and non-perishable food items were collected by the La Salle community to benefit local families in need.
The Annual Food Drive will run November 15-22, 2016.
The deadline for applications is December 2, 2016.
The Water Polo Team and Coaches worked with the Travis Manion Foundation to create care packages for troops stationed at Camp Manion in Iraq.
Brendan attended the Caribbean Mission Summer Service Trip to Saint Lucia and is a three-sport Varsity athlete.
Learn more about all of these opportunities at www.lschs.org/SummerService.
Old soccer uniforms and musical instruments find a new home in Africa.
The annual #SpreadTheWarmth Clothing Drive will be held from October 24-28, 2016.
The Class of 2020, along with their fathers and members of the faculty/staff, provided over 1,500 hours of community service at nineteen different sites located throughout the Philadelphia Area.
Irish Club assembles food bags as part of the International Great Hunger Commemoration.
Members of the clubs attended the celebration Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul.
The Office of Lasallian Mission and Ministry seeks to build a living faith community by providing religious experiences and service opportunities for both students and parents.
Over 50 charities were supported through six "La Salle Responds" Fundraisers in the 2015-16 School Year.
The Class of 2020 participated in their freshman retreat on August 31, 2016 and began to "explore" their Lasallian Identity.
Twenty-Five Faculty Members joined the 128 students for a total of 4896 hours of Community Service performed this summer.
Mrs. Julia K. Maher, Director of Lasallian Mission & Ministry, completed her third and final year in the program while Mr. Michael V. McCabe '08, Religion Department Faculty Member, began his first year.
La Salle Fathers and Sons joined together on a Saturday Morning to plant a garden for Face to Face in Germantown
The annual meal will be hosted at La Salle on Thursday, March 10th at 6 PM.
The La Salle College High School Office of Mission and Ministry will hold a "La Salle Responds" fundraiser on Friday, February 26, 2016 for Mwangaza College.
On Thursday, November 5th, 2015 ten La Salle College High School Lab Manager volunteers installed thirty computer workstations at Our Mother of Sorrows/St. Ignatius School in Philadelphia. In June of 2015, the technology program at Saint Ignatius School was devastated by the theft of their iPads and laptops.
When you enter La Salle College High School you become a La Salle Explorer of knowledge, while embarking on a journey to self-discovery. At first you may be in unfamiliar territory, but your travels will encourage you to grow academically, physically, and spiritually. A key part of that journey will be serving others in the school community and the one beyond the Wyndmoor campus.
Mrs. Maher, Director of Lasallian Mission and Ministry