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Will be visiting Artman Home on Monday, September 23rd. A sign-up sheet is posted across from the Dean's office. We will meet at the sign-up sheet at 2:45pm before departing. Please see Mr. Hartey with any questions.

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The Freshmen/Sophomore Mixer is THIS FRIDAY from 7:00pm to 10:00pm! Boys tickets are on sale for $10 during every lunch period in the Student Activities Office! Girls tickets can be purchased online for $15 at www.lschs.org/mixer. Students must arrive by 7:30pm to gain admission. Dress code is casual. Pretzels and water will be available to purchase for $1 each at the event.

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Games will be played on the following dates: Monday, September 16th; Wednesday, September 18th; Friday, September 20th; Monday, September 23rd; Wednesday, September 25th; Friday, September 27th; Wednesday, October 2nd. You will play at least two games a day.Playoffs TBD at a later date. See Mr. Williams in room 231 for a roster and schedule if needed. Report to tennis court area immediately after school in workout clothing. Captains make sure you have enough players to participate.

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Online sales for the Blue & Gold Yearbook 2020 are set up.
Direct link: http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A07335200
or via the school website: https://www.lschs.org/student-life/clubs-activities/list-of-clubs-activities/yearbook
Timeline: So we can cover activities for the full school year, including the Class of 2020 Commencement proceedings, the Yearbook will not go to print until June '20.
Books will be delivered to the school late August '20 and distributed early September '20.
Reminder that the school will purchase a personalized copy of the yearbook for all members of the Class of 2020, so parents of seniors should NOT use the above links.

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Monday, September 16th kicks-off another year of opportunities for La Salle students to engage in a wide variety of service programs ranging from tutoring at risk grade school students in under-resourced communities, visiting with the elderly, working with the mentally disadvantaged, to cooking for and sharing a meal with people living on the streets of Philadelphia, and much more. Getting involved is simple - all you need to do is sign-up for one of the programs by placing your name on the sign-up sheets hanging on the Mission & Ministry bulletin board just outside The Activities Office. Getting involved is not only a great way make a difference, but it's also a way to meet new friends, and to grow as a person in the spirit of our founder. Also, did you know that last year approximately 85% of La Salle students engaged in one of the many service programs offered by La Salle? Become a part of the tradition and a part of a legacy of service to those in need.

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All 2019 Yearbooks should now have been received by students in their homerooms. We have a small number of spare copies. If you did not order a yearbook and would like to purchase one of the spare books, please contact Mr. Pinder.

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We will be starting a new after school service program this year, providing after school homework support for students at St. James School in the Allegheny West section of North Philadelphia, every Thursday. This initiative is taking root following a very successful week working with the students at St. James during the Sophomore Urban Immersion program this past summer.

St. James School is a faith-based Philadelphia, committed to educating traditionally under-resourced students in a nurturing environment. The school is a community that provides a challenging academic program and encourages the development of the moral, spiritual, intellectual, physical and creative gifts in its students. Learning does not stop in mid-afternoon—with 10-11 hours of programming a day, Saturday school twice a month, and a school year that stretches until the end of July.

The program will begin on Thursday, September 26th and be limited to eight students per week. Students will depart La Salle by school van at 2:55pm and return to La Salle by 5:00pm. Sign-up sheets are located on the Mission & Ministry Board outside the Student Activities office.

For more information please see Mr. Dominick or Mr. Mieczkowski.

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Senior Portraits will be taken every day in the auditorium, beginning September 16th and finishing September 20th. Appointments will begin at 7:00am and run through 3:00pm. Students will have their assigned time posted on their portal. We will provide a tuxedo, cap and gown for photographs. Please wear an appropriate shirt and tie. If you have any questions, please e-mail Mrs. Campbell Campbelle@lschs.org

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Last year La Salle hosted over 170 colleges and universities on our campus. Seniors are encouraged to sign up to visit with colleges at https://www.scoir.com/sign-up. Visits take place in the College Counseling Center. If you have a class, you must ask for permission from your teacher to attend the college visit. Besides SCOIR, the full list of colleges visiting La Salle can be found at www.lschs.org/college and on our various social media platforms.

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Homecoming....The Tradition Continues

Homecoming....The Tradition Continues
Saturday, October 5, 2019

8th Annual Hall of Athletics Induction
1:00 pm
Gymnasium
Admission Is Free

Family BBQ
3:00 to 5:00 pm
Glaser Center and "The Pit"
$25 per person
Price includes BBQ and beverages.

Varsity Football vs. Father Judge
7:00 pm
Upper Dublin High School
Tickets available at the gate.

Halftime Ceremony
Recognition of the athletes, coaches, and teams
inducted earlier into the Hall of Athletics.



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Hall of Athletics Induction

8th Annual Hall of Athletics Induction

Saturday, October 5, 2019
1:00 pm
Admission is Free

The Hall of Athletics Ceremony, which will take place on Saturday, October 5, 2019 in conjunction with Homecoming Weekend, will feature the induction of four athletes, two coaches, and two teams:

ATHLETES
Craig Conlin '85
Kevin Dougherty '00
Phil Lynch '96
Chuck Zapiec '67

COACHES/LEADERSHIP
Pete Sigmund '85
Mark Valenti '65

TEAM
1980-1981 Basketball Team
2006-2007 Wrestling Team

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All freshmen mothers and mothers of new students are invited to join us for this traditional welcome. Look for your invitation in the mail. Please RSVP via the response card by September 9th. Come "get to know us" during a lovely afternoon where you will meet new friends and rekindle old acquaintances. A light lunch including tea sandwiches and pastries will be served along with tea and coffee. We look forward to meeting all new mothers as we welcome you to our wonderful La Salle community. You will find the experience warm and rewarding as you learn about the many La Salle events and activities taking place during the school year. Please contact Laura Savage at lsavage210@aol.com, Julie Kwok at juliekwok@comcast.net or Jennifer Nagle at bandjnagle@verizon.net with any questions.

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Steve Javie '72 Goes From The Hardwood To Homilies

Former NBA Referee Steve Javie '72 Goes From The Hardwood To Homilies Becoming A Catholic Deacon
Article by Frank Fitzpatrick
Reprinted from The Philadelphia Inquirer, August 20, 2019

The stirring anthem ended and those in the large Saturday night crowd, some clutching programs, took their seats. Steve Javie, a member of the Class of 1972 and a top-tier NBA referee for 25 seasons, moved into position and got ready once again to interpret the rules.

But this was Mass at Saint Andrew's Roman Catholic Church in Newtown (Bucks County), not a basketball arena. Javie was wearing a green chasuble and white cassock, not the NBA's two-tone officiating uniform. And the rules he was about to address in one of his first homilies as a permanent deacon in the Catholic church were eternal, not subject to collective bargaining.

"People ask me if there are similarities between being a deacon and a referee," Javie said before that recent 5 p.m. Mass. "It's funny because people used to think they could tell me how to do my old job. That hasn't changed, except now people are telling me how to preach."

A Montgomery County native who pitched at Temple and briefly in the Baltimore Orioles organization, Javie was destined to be a sports official. His father, Stan, was a field and back judge in the NFL, and his godfather, John Stevens, a longtime American League umpire.

Javie, 64, consistently was rated as one of the NBA's top referees. He worked more than 1,500 games, including 200-plus in the playoffs and 20 in the Finals.

"Steve was the best referee I ever worked with, and I reffed with everybody," said Joe Crawford, a friend and former NBA colleague. "He knew the rules. He got plays right. And he had [guts]. He was very aggressive but always under control."

Bad knees finally forced Javie to limp away after the 2011 season, his last assignment being the decisive sixth game of that year's NBA Finals.

By then, he was on a spiritual quest. Thanks to his wife of 28 years, Mary Ellen, he'd rediscovered a faith he'd virtually abandoned as a young man. The couple had started a charity benefiting underprivileged children in Montgomery County and Philadelphia. But he needed more.

"I thought, 'I've got to be doing something more with my life than blowing whistles against basketball players,' " he said.

At a Saint Andrew's event, a visiting speaker mentioned the Catholic diaconate. The possibility of becoming a deacon hung constantly around his neck like the whistles he wore as a referee.

"It's a calling," he said. "It's nothing I aspired to. I knew I was getting near the end of my career because my knees were failing. That realization makes you think about what you're going to do afterwards."

The journey Javie started in 2012 ended this June 8, 2019 when he and six others were formally ordained as deacons during an ornate ceremony at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. The grueling process that got him there took seven years and yielded a master's in theology, a new title, and the right to deliver homilies, wear a collar, and perform such traditional priestly duties as baptisms and marriages.

"I was at the ordination," Crawford said. "Watching him do all the little things around the altar, you could see how prepared and calm he was. That's how he was as a referee. Anything he gets into, he gets into all the way. He's so devout now. As a matter of fact, he's so devout that sometimes I have to tell him, `Steve, shut up.' "

Assigned to Saint Andrew's, his home parish and the largest in the Philadelphia archdiocese, Javie delivered his second homily last Saturday.

"I'm not afraid to get up and talk in front of people because I've been doing that my whole life," he said. "But talking about something really personal like faith, that's stressful."

Actually, Javie, who usually speaks in rapid and intense bursts, seemed more poised and conversational while addressing the parishioners, which he did not from the pulpit but from in front of the altar.

"He's very at ease, which probably comes from what he did all those years," said Monsignor Michael Picard, Saint Andrew's pastor. "His preaching, even though he's just starting, is really superb."

The story of how Javie switched from the arena to the altar is one that combines love found and spirituality sought.

It began in the late 1980s when the NBA's travel demands made him a regular at Philadelphia International Airport's US Airways counter. That's where he met Mary Ellen.

"I was someone who except for Christmas and Easter didn't go to Mass. But I could see she was a devout Catholic," Javie said. "So on our second date, I thought I'd impress her and I said, `How about if we go to Mass, then get lunch afterward?'

"We're sitting there in church, and this priest is droning on. I'm looking at my watch thinking I'll sit here an hour then be with her the rest of the afternoon. I wasn't paying attention, wasn't getting anything out of it. Afterward, she asked me what I thought. I told her I didn't get anything out of it. She looked at me and said, `What did you put into it?' That stopped me in my tracks. She said, `Did you maybe say a prayer for somebody in your family who needed it? Did you pray to the Holy Spirit for enlightenment?' She really got me thinking."

The experience led Javie to re-examine his Catholicism. He took Communion daily, read more about faith and marriage and, on the road, attended Mass whenever possible.

The renewed devotion helped in 1999 when Javie was one of 15 referees implicated in a tax-evasion case that involved misuse of frequent-flyer miles. He was the only one acquitted on all charges.

Noticing their colleague's newfound focus, the referees Javie worked with began to ask questions. Some even accompanied him to church.

"A lot of guys I traveled with, they struggled with all the temptations that come with being on the road," Javie said. "I would try to talk to them about it. My thinking was we're all sinful, but if we can talk about these things with each other, it might make our marriages and families a little more solid.

"When I was a crew chief, the second guy would sometimes grab the new guy and say, 'OK, Steve, tell him what you talked to me about.' I'd try to mentor them, not just in basketball but in life."

After retirement and the deacon decision, Javie ramped up his religiosity. From August through May, he took three-hour classes at Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary in philosophy, theology, spirituality, and homiletics. Then there were workshops, psychological examinations and, before ordination, written, practical and oral examinations.

"We've never been blessed with children, but we've got nine nephews and nieces and I tell them I never studied that hard in my life," Javie said. "Those professors were brilliant. It was a really intense, extensive process."

His new schedule is sometimes as hectic as his old one. A day after ordination, Javie had to deliver his first homily at Saint Andrew's. There are Masses, ceremonies, home and hospital visits, counseling sessions, and speaking engagements.

"I made a living in sports," he said. "They paid me to referee, and it was a good job. But this is something else, a really incredible journey. I worked in the Finals for 15 years. I worked Game 7s. But that doesn't compare with this. It's a feeling I can't describe."

Those who know Javie well, such as his fellow Whitemarsh Valley Country Club members, now feel free to move conversations beyond typical locker-room talk.

"Now that they know what I've been through, they feel like they have permission to talk about their faith, even to complain about it," Javie said. "They realize that I've changed in one way, but not socially or personality-wise. I'm just Steve Javie. I always have been. It just so happens I'm not a referee anymore. I'm serving the Lord now."

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Join Fellow Parents at the Party On The Patio

Before the leaves are brown and the sky turns gray,
come and surf into the new school year with La Salle's
Mamas and Papas who will be California Dreamin'.

Party On The Patio
Parent Social

Saturday, September 14, 2019
7:00 pm
Glaser Center and "The Pit"

$50 per person

The event is sponsored by the Mothers' Club and Men of La Salle and
all proceeds will support the Auction and benefit students in need.

Casual Dress
Price includes appetizers, beer and wine, and live music.
All attendees must be age 21 or older.


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Welcome Back From Brother James Butler, FSC

"All work and no play," so the saying goes. No doubt esteeming me a dull boy indeed, numerous friends and acquaintances have advised me over the years, "you need to get a hobby—something that complements your working life." Well, golf only brings out a slight inclination towards explosive impatience, and anything you collect, you also need to dust. So that's out too.

But falconry? That could be the ticket. So, while on vacation, I dabbled a bit, as they used to say on Seinfeld. I spent some time with Rocky here back in July (I named him not for Philadelphia's ubiquitous and eternal boxer, but for the cartoon gangster occasionally appearing in episodes of Bugs Bunny, whose disposition "da boid" shares). This experience allowed me to reflect upon four unexpected similarities between the sport of sheiks and the experience of Lasallian education. These observations ring true whether we can draw on many years' experience with this school or are arriving with our first son, a member of the Class of 2023 whom La Salle welcomed this week.

1. An investment of time and effort are required. Despite the impression of preternaturally easy command I exude while working with Rocky, falconry takes time. In the western world, there's a two-year long apprenticeship with a sponsor, and it takes seven years to achieve real mastery. Hunting with a raptor also requires a lot more effort than using an inanimate weapon you can put back on the shelf after an outing. The bird requires appropriate housing and daily care: feeding, grooming and training. Likewise, in the Lasallian high school, no one who "does enough to get by" will thrive. Parents commit not only to a serious financial obligation but to an ongoing involvement: with their son's studies to the extent necessary; in support of his chosen activities; through volunteer service; and via an extensive social calendar of school activities which build and sustain the community. Students have a lot more homework than they may be used to and must manage it while exploring many athletic, co-curricular, and service opportunities before ultimately committing to a few. They generally juggle these responsibilities while navigating a more challenging commuting routine than their peers may experience. Teachers too need to be all in. You can't skate by on an undergraduate education and scant preparation. Students will ask probing questions, expect you to demonstrate not just competence but mastery, displaying an ability to reteach creatively when comprehension eludes an individual or the class. Such classroom routines take place within the context of a school that invites your involvement with these students for long hours after dismissal purportedly occurs at 2:35 pm and with your own professional growth on an on-going basis.

2. You remain who you are but are guided and supported as you grow into the best version of that self. Falcons are never tamed. The hunt demands they not lose their wild identity. They need to be comfortable and docile with humans while growing unimpeded into their predatory nature. A similar logic explains why you'll never hear a graduate of this school referred to as a "La Salle Product." Factories put out products, uniform and predictable. In that world "exceptional" is not a compliment. Lasallian schools nurture and shape unique individuals, coaxing their best out of them while allowing them ever expanding spheres of autonomy and responsibility. We believe that wisdom is discovered not through unrelenting obligation and a constraining pressure to "fit in," but through freedom, a true freedom that invites commitment but does not impose conformity.

3. A growing trust is required to sustain the relationship. Let's face it. Most of the dogs and cats we consider part of our families wouldn't survive ten minutes without us. They're completely domesticated and dependent, comfortably tethered in our yards awaiting their next meal. The raptor, on the other hand, is trained to do for the falconer what he would need to do to survive on his own: hunt in the wild. Each time a falcon is unhooded and departs from his keeper's glove, he need never return. Some mixture of habituation, loyalty, and a calculus proving that he is reliably better off in human care encourages the falcon's return to that person who released him, regardless of the hunt's success. So, it is here at La Salle. Almost none of us—faculty, students, parents, even administrators—must be here. Only the few Brothers are in some fashion "assigned" here under their vow of obedience. Every other member of the school community chooses to be and remain here. And it is exactly that dynamic, the fact that this path has been voluntarily chosen by so many dynamic, creative, and expansive personalities, that makes the journey so interesting.

4. The culmination of the journey is being set free, but that freedom is sustained by repeated spiritual return. Western falconers defend themselves against accusations that this sport requires enslavement of an otherwise free creature by noting that, compared to their wild counterparts, far more captive falcons survive their first year out of the nest. Protected from predators and disease, their chances of reaching maturity are greater. It is at that point, though, that master falconers will set a bird free and begin training a fresh fledgling. While the experience of faculty and parents of several sons is longer, the modal amount of time a person spends at La Salle is four years. But typically that's enough: enough to ground him in the experience of faith, in the reality of a loving God revealed through the people and events of our lives; enough to ground him in the disciplines and habits of mind that will make a professional out of him; enough to ground him in the ideals of fairness, respect, and generosity that will make him admired and exemplary in that chosen profession; enough to ground him in a brotherhood which will call him back to people and memories periodically throughout his life, call him to his best self in every major decision he makes, however far from this mews he may have flown.

Welcome or welcome back to a new year at La Salle. I look forward to discovering how your son(s) will take flight this year, particularly those young men who will cross the stage at graduation on the last Saturday in May.

Fraternally,

Brother James Butler, FSC
President

PS: I'd be remiss if I didn't try to get across a fifth point, one that's very important to Rocky. Don't ever call him a hawk.

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Back to School Nights

Back To School Nights
The Student Handbook and Family Directory for 2019-2020 will be distributed at Back To School Night.


Parents of Freshmen (Class of 2023)
Thursday, September 5, 2019
6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Auditorium
Presentation Begins Promptly at 6:30 pm


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College Counseling Update - September 2019

College Counseling Update – September 2019


The college search and application process can be a challenging experience for students and their families. Our goal in the College Counseling Department at La Salle College High School is to educate your sons regarding the process, to support them in their efforts, and to assist students in identifying colleges and universities that match their academic abilities and will offer success in a suitable environment for continuing intellectual development. Finding the right college or university is about "fit", therefore, we expect each student to play an active role in his college search and admission process.

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Auction - Featuring California Dreamin'

Please join us at the school's annual auction, which will feature California Dreamin', on Saturday, November 2, 2019. Sponsorship opportunities are available and items are needed for the silent, luxury, and live auctions.

35th Annual Auction
California Dreamin'
Saturday, November 2, 2019

For information of to make a donation, please contact the Auction Office at (215) 402-4915.

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Welcome (Back) Barbecue For Fathers

All fathers are welcome to a barbecue sponsored by the Men of La Salle. The night is a great way for new fathers to meet other fathers and learn about the La Salle community. Returning fathers can catch up with friends and learn about all of the exciting things happening this year.

Men of La Salle
Welcome (Back) Barbecue
Thursday, September 19, 2019
6:30 pm
Glaser Center and "The Pit"

Admission is Free

In the event that you have any questions, please contact Scott Porreca at scott.porreca@gmail.com

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New Mothers' Tea

The Mothers' Club invites freshman mothers and mothers of new students for a traditional welcome. Invitations have been mailed. Please RSVP by September 13, 2019 using the response card that was included with the invitation.


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The Human Rights Club will meet on the following X-Days in the 1st semester: October 4th,18th and 30th; November 25th; and December 9th and 19th. It is a great way to meet new friends and get educated on human rights issues throughout the world. We will also have occasional guest speakers. See Mr. Williams (room 231) or Mrs. McInaw (room 206) with any questions.

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The Fencing Club will meet after school on the following Thursday afternoons immediately after school outside of room 204. The dates are as follows: Thursday, October 3rd,10th,17th, 24th and 31st. The times will be 2:45pm until 3:30pm or until you have to leave. Report to room 204 and bring workout clothing. No experience is necessary. This is a great way to meet new friends and learn an exciting skill. You may also earn a PE credit for participation. On X-days Fencing will be offered in the first semester on the following dates: Friday, September 20th, October 18th, Tuesday, November 12th and Monday, December 9th.

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Auction - California Dreamin'

SPONSORS AND DONATIONS NEEDED
La Salle College High School
Auction

Featuring California Dreamin'
"If you can dream it, you can become it."

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Julie Eney and Chris Leonard
Co-Chairpersons

Please email the Auction Office at auction@lschs.org
if you would like to purchase tickets or sponsor the event.

The Auction is also in need of donated items, such as:

• Tickets to Athletic Events
• Tickets to Concerts
• Tickets to the Theater
• Vacation Properties
• Restaurant Gift Certificates
• Airline Miles
• Hotel Points
• Jewelry
• Rounds of Golf
• Signed Sports Items/Memorabilia
• Bottles of Wine
• Donated Professional Services

Please contact the Auction Office if you can donate any of these items.

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Pennsylvania Personal Tax Credit Program

Wouldn't you like to turn your personal PA tax liability into financial aid dollars at La Salle, instead of paying the state? Utilizing the EITC/OSTC tax credit programs, you can receive up to a 90% tax credit on donations made to La Salle. Specifically earmarked for need-based financial aid, this funding is essential to offering a La Salle education to a broad and diverse profile of students.

In conjunction with the foundations Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS) and The Foundation for Catholic Education, you can join a special purpose LLC and receive a 90% personal tax credit on your contribution to La Salle. There are no hoops to jump through or long applications to fill out. Full details are available on the BLOCS website located at https://blocs.org/personal-tax-credits/ and the Foundation for Catholic Education's website located at www.foundationforcatholiceducation.org/eitcostc.

THE BASICS
- Individuals wishing to direct their personal tax liability to La Salle can join a special purpose LLC.
- A two-year commitment nets a 90% tax credit on your donation.
- Full details are available on our EITC/OSTC page, located at www.lschs.org/eitc.

Questions? Interested in joining an LLC? Contact Brett Foley '00 in the Office of Institutional Advancement at (215) 402-4812 or foleyb@lschs.org.

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Be Counted - Final Opportunity to Participate

June 30, 2019 marks the end of our 2018-2019 fiscal year! Will your name be in the book? To date, over 1,700 alumni have supported one of the many initiatives listed at www.lschs.org/gift, ensuring that the opportunity of a Lasallian Education continues for our next generation of Explorers. Be sure your name is listed under your class year in this fall's Annual Report with a gift today!

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Coming Soon - Day of Giving #LSCHSGIVES

On Wednesday, May 15, 2019, the feast day of our founder and namesake Saint John Baptist de La Salle, La Salle College High School will be celebrating its first-ever #LSCHSGIVES Day of Giving! Focused on generosity and its impact on the La Salle community, this twenty-four-hour event will highlight the many ways that giving affects the Explorers of today and tomorrow and our school as a whole. With a goal of 263 gifts for our 263 soon-to-be graduating seniors, the generosity of our alumni, parents, past parents, grandparents, trustees, and friends will be on full display! Stay tuned for more details and ways you can help get involved on May 15th!

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Pre-7th and Pre-8th Grade
Summer Enrichment Program

Build and Launch a Rocket
Learn the Basics of Coding
Take Photos Like a Pro
Never Lose a Debate Again

June 17-28, 2019 (Session One)
July 8-19, 2019 (Session Two)
June 17- July 19, 2019 (Full Session)

For more information and to register,
visit www.lschs.org/summer

By the numbers...
70% of students in the summer program at La Salle, on average
25 current scholarship recipients at La Salle attended the summer program, including the Founder's Scholarship Recipient (Full Scholarship) for the Class of 202
100% of students take a full-scale practice High School Placement Test (HSPT)

What do past students have to say about the program?
"I would recommend this program to all prospective students
thinking about attending La Salle."

Current La Salle Sophomore – Class of 2022
"The camp was exceptional."
Founder's Scholarship Recipient (Full Scholarship) – Class of 2023

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The new web site is the culmination of a year-long marketing and branding assessment involving various La Salle Constituents. The new design incorporates all of the elements that make La Salle College High School the leading Catholic Day School in Pennsylvania.

The Office of Information Technology along with Finalsite - the leading independent school web communications company in America - collaborated on the process to produce a visually-stunning Web Site, a more robust portal space for students, faculty, parents and alumni, and a mobile-first design that will look great on any device on which you are viewing www.lschs.org.

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