La Salle Welcomes the Young Men of 2022 to Class Mass and Academic Orientation

La Salle Welcomes the Young Men of 2022 to Class Mass and Academic Orientation

The newest Explorer Families were welcomed to the community on Sunday, March 11th.

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On Sunday, March 11, 2018, as the country turned their clocks ahead one hour, La Salle offered the students in the Class of 2022 a forward look to assist them with their academic choices in the coming year.

With their parents, the incoming ninth graders joined in for their first Mass as a class, celebrated by Msgr. Charles Vance, Pastor of St. Philip Neri Parish in Lafayette Hill, PA. Students and parents were welcomed by Mr. Michael O'Toole '68 who spoke of the importance of the Lasallian prayer, "Let us Remember we are in the Holy Presence of God."

Student Council President Daniel Jordon '18 reminisced about his time at La Salle and encouraged the newest Explorers to seek out and get involved in opportunities at La Salle in community service, spirituality, athletics, co-curricular, the arts and music.

Deans, Directors and Department Chairs outlined curricular options from Science to the Fine Arts. The Information Technology Department, including student lab managers, assisted the soon-to-be ninth graders in setting up their LSCHS accounts and introduced them to a new Class of 2022 microsite.

Students and parents enjoyed presentations in the Marian Chapel, school Auditorium, and especially in the new Glaser Student Center. La Salle faculty, students, and administrators will continue communications about opportunities at La Salle for the Class of 2022 throughout the spring and into the summer.

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