Choosing Their Paths: The Class of 2022 Enters To Learn
These 276 young men arrived from 90 different feeder schools, 32 school districts and 5 counties, in addition to New Jersey, China, and South Africa.
La Salle College High School welcomed the Class of 2022 for Classes and Orientation on Tuesday, August 28.
These 276 young men arrived from across the Delaware Valley and beyond: 90 different feeder schools, 32 school districts and 5 counties, in addition to New Jersey, China, and South Africa.
They gathered at La Salle's outdoor grotto for a welcome from Principal Michael A. O'Toole '68 and were led in prayer by the LSCHS Ministry and Service Team.
In addition, the young men spent the afternoon enjoying a class lunch in the Glaser Student Center, Team Building activities and were introduced to various policies and procedures of life as a Lasallian Gentlemen.
Wednesday, our newest Explorers and their parents gathered for the Freshmen Induction Ceremony where all students received the Class of 2022 Tie and planted the Class of 2022 Tree on Campus.
All students then learned about our Lasallian Heritage in their first Lasallian Retreat focusing on Faith, Service, and Community.
Their Path to Knowledge in the classroom begins on Thursday, August 30th as all students will report for the first full day of classes.Video Feature: Freshmen Induction Ceremony August 29th