La Salle College High School shared a campus with La Salle College until the fall of 1960 when it moved from 20th Street and Olney Avenue to the present campus in Springfield Township, Montgomery County.
The school was built on the former Belcroft estate of Clarence E. Brown and with the move, La Salle College High School remained in close proximity of the city, but had greater space in which to grow and develop. Three new athletic fields, an environmental study area, and a walking path were developed on 30 acres of adjacent land acquired in 2007, bringing the total campus property to 84 acres.
La Salle's campus is easily accessible from Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, and Chester Counties. Enter your starting point in the Google Map below for driving or transit directions, or view some of the brief directions to campus listed to the right.
- From Center City
- From Northeast Philadelphia
- From City Line Avenue
- From Norristown
- From Route 476 (The Blue Route)
Take Rt. 422 East (Germantown Pike) to Bells Mill Rd. Turn left onto Bells Mill Rd. and continue until it comes to a dead end. Go right onto Stenton Ave. and continue through the traffic light to Papermill Rd. Follow Papermill Rd. to Cheltenham Ave. and make a right. Proceed uphill and the entrance is 1/3 a mile up the hill.
Follow Rt. 476 North toward Plymouth Meeting/PA Turnpike. Take the PA Turnpike East to the Fort Washington Interchange (Exit 339 - Formerly Exit 26). Enter ramp marked Rt. 309 South. Continue on Rt. 309 South and exit at Springfield/Papermill. Turn right and follow Papermill Rd. to the 2nd traffic light. Turn left onto Cheltenham Ave. and proceed uphill 1/3 of a mile