Positions available for students interested in Graphic Design and Photoshop.
WEXPtv is La Salle College High School's student-run media network which provides multimedia content for the La Salle Community through various school-afilliated media outlets.
Students produce a weekly news broadcast focusing on the news of the week at La Salle including academics, activities, athletics, the arts and student life. Students can get involved with WEXPtv by enrolling in a media production course or signing up for the activity with the Director of Multimedia Technology in the TV Studio.
In addition to producing a weekly broadcast, students have the ability to produce social media content, provide photography, produce podcasts on iTunes, and work in the field to produce video content.
The goal of the program has shifted as the media landscape his shifted... students creating digital content for the La Salle Community 24/7 and getting this content shared through our various social media and digital outlets to prepare these students for success in the constantly changing world of media communications.
The DEI Committee has various events planned to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.
Six times per year, our students donate money to dress down to support local charities.
Global Business is the newest of what are now three concentration programs developed at the school in the past year. Like the IT Professional Concentration and the Engineering Concentration, Global Business students will take seminar courses, create professional portfolios and complete capstone projects. The program will include guest lectures, field trips, immersion experiences, site visits, and above all mentoring from La Salle’s loyal alums.
Prior to the opening Mass, The four freshman religion teachers collaborated on an interactive lesson in the Chapel to review the parts of the liturgy and view the liturgical accessories.
Congratulations to the following Explorers for being named 2022 National Merit Semifinalists: Sebastian Barnes, Evan Cohen, Matthew Giordano, Harrison Glover, Alexander Ippoliti. Less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors qualify for this prestigious honor!