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Over the past 25 years the La Salle Hockey Program has been instrumental in developing young men to advance and compete at the collegiate level.

Our program is committed to the total development of all student athletes with an emphasis on team success. The members of our program take great pride in having a strong work ethic, being accountable and unselfish. These qualities, and each player’s commitment to teamwork, provide our program with a strong foundation for success. La Salle has three teams: Varsity AAA, Varsity non-league, and Junior Varsity AAA.

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MOTHER/SON SERVICE at MANNA ON MAIN STREET for December 6th

The Mother's Club Board is proud to continue a rewarding service opportunity for mothers and sons on Sunday, December 6th from 10:30am -1:00pm. The service includes preparing and distributing to-go meals as well as groceries from the pantry to the community members in need. We encourage your sons to wear their La Salle logo apparel and to bring a donation for the food pantry. Please refer to Manna's website for a current list of most needed items. http://www.mannaonmain.org

Space is limited to six (6) volunteers for December 6th. This is (3) mother/son teams. If you and your son have not experienced this wonderful opportunity, we look forward to you joining us! Please feel free to contact Susan Senyk (267) 257-4422 or ssenyk@wearesparks.com with any questions. Thank you for your support of this wonderful organization. Sign up link below.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0C49AAAE28A4FE3-manna3

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Students should take home all their personal belongings (notebooks, textbooks, lunch boxes, clothes) by the end of the day on Friday, November 20th. Remove your school combination lock from your locker and take that home too. Lockers will be cleaned and sanitized during the two upcoming, county mandated virtual weeks. There will NOT be general student access to the building during virtual days. You will need your materials for exam preparation; and your lockers should be empty for the deep clean. Please visit the Dean of Student Life Office if you have questions.

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Last chance before Thanksgiving! The Camps Store will be open Wednesday, November 18th from 4:00pm to 6:30pm AND Friday, November 20th from 3:00pm to 5:00pm. Only two shoppers at a time will be allowed in the store.

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As a reminder, all students are expected to have their webcams and microphones turned on throughout all classes when learning online. If you are experiencing technical difficulties with your webcam or microphone, please email support@lschs.org to set up a time to troubleshoot before Friday. As a reminder, students who do not have their webcam and microphone turned on will be marked as absent from that class.

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Please visit our webpage to see are newly created virtual store for a shop at home opportunity. Clothing and beautiful custom blankets available! Act quickly closes on November 29th!

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It's Blue vs. Gold to support local food pantries at St. Vincent's Parish in Germantown and St. Joan of Arc Mission in Harrowgate (Kensington), which will run from Tuesday, November 17th – Friday, November 20th. This year's drive will be run with all the necessary safety protocols in place, while still allowing us to reach our annual goal of 16,000 items. Each cohort will be a team supporting one of the two locations, with lists of specific items will be collected for each location – with a request that they be purchased in boxed or shrink wrapped quantities when possible. When students arrive in the morning, food will be loaded directly into vans located outside the Glaser Student Center, again by cohort / location. Please help us make a difference this year by helping those in our community in serious need. #EveryCan Counts

Blue Cohort – St. Joan of Arc Mission
Tomato Sauce
Macaroni and Cheese
Rice - small bags
Canned Ravioli or SpaghettiOs
Mixed Vegetables
Black Beans

Gold Cohort – St. Vincent's
Canned Potatoes
Mixed Vegetables
Hearty soups (Progresso or Chunky)
Instant Mashed Potatoes
Yams
Canned Fruit

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Due to the upcoming shift to virtually learning, all Basketball tryouts are postponed until at least December 7th. More information and updates will follow as they become available. Please refer to the daily bulletin for any updates or changes. Any questions please email Coach McKee, Coach Williams, or Coach Zanneo.

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It's Blue vs. Gold to support local food pantries at St. Vincent's Parish in Germantown and St. Joan of Arc Mission in Harrowgate (Kensington), which will run from Tuesday November 17th – Tuesday, November 24th. This year's drive will be run with all the necessary safety protocols in place, while still allowing us to reach our annual goal of 16,000 items. Each cohort will be a team supporting one of the two locations, with lists of specific items will be collected for each location – with a request that they be purchased in boxed or shrink wrapped quantities when possible. When students arrive in the morning, food will be loaded directly into vans located outside the Glaser Student Center, again by cohort / location. Please help us make a difference this year by helping those in our community in serious need. #EveryCan Counts

Blue Cohort – St. Joan of Arc Mission
Tomato Sauce
Macaroni and Cheese
Rice - small bags
Canned Ravioli or SpaghettiOs
Mixed Vegetables
Black Beans

Gold Cohort – St. Vincent's
Canned Potatoes
Mixed Vegetables
Hearty soups (Progresso or Chunky)
Instant Mashed Potatoes
Yams
Canned Fruit

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Here is some important information regarding the upcoming Junior Class Prayers Service, Pin and Ring Leadership Ceremonies:

Schedule:

Thursday, November 19th: Homerooms 4C and 3C
Friday, November 20th: Homerooms 2C and 1C
Location and time:
The tents on Meehan Field. Prayer Service and Ceremonies will run from 7:30am until approximately 8:15am.

Please remember to wear a sport coat and tie.

You may attend classes in person on the date of your homeroom's ceremony regardless of cohort. See you then!

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THANK YOU LSCHS! The following charitable organizations received funding from the La Salle Responds collections on Dress Down Days:
CARIE, The Epilepsy Foundation, The Giving Tree, The Redemptorists, I Support Adoptions, John Shapiro's Superheroes,
The Lupus Foundation, SSJ Welcome Center,
Swim Across America
La Salle Responds Application
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Please do not be alarmed by delays in items posting to the college's portal and/or being officially received by the colleges. This is a normal occurrence as colleges are receiving thousands of application items from hundreds of students on a daily basis. It can take them weeks and sometimes a month to accurately compile all of the parts of the application on their end. Please be assured that all items will be sent from La Salle's College Counseling office by the official documentation deadline for the college or university. It is the student's responsibility to accurately inform the College Counseling Office of all colleges and application deadlines and to update Scoir.

Read more about Processing of College Application Materials
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Program history

Over the past 25 years the La Salle Hockey Program has been instrumental in developing young men to advance and compete at the collegiate level. Our program is committed to the total development of all student athletes with an emphasis on team success. The members of our program take great pride in having a strong work ethic, being accountable and unselfish. These qualities, and each player’s commitment to teamwork, provide our program with a strong foundation for success. La Salle has 2 teams: Varsity "AAA" and Junior Varsity.

What makes our program successful?

  • Quality, well rounded young men who strive for challenge and success in and out of the classroom
  • A commitment to player development and advancement, team success and sportsmanship
  • Dedicated coaching staffs that mentor, teach, and develop all student athletes
  • Strength of Schedule – La Salle plays the most competitive schedule of any HS hockey program in the state
  • Outstanding support of La Salle’s Administration, Faculty and Student Body
  • La Salle Pride

The "AAA" Team plays a competitive 30 game schedule playing locally in the Philly "AAA" League as well as the recently formed Mid-Atlantic Prep Hockey League (La Salle, Lawrenceville School, Hill School, Portledge School, Princeton Day School and Wyoming Seminary). The "AAA" Team practices an average of 2 times per week immediately after school from 3:00-4:15 PM. Scheduling is coordinated to best provide balance for student athletes playing on high level club teams at the U15, U16, U18 and junior levels. No games are played on weekends.

Our Non-League schedule is excellent and the most challenging of any high school hockey program in the state. Current and recent NL opponents include: Hill School, PA - Lawrenceville, NJ - Wyoming Seminary, PA - Portledge School, NY - Delbarton, NJ - Fairfield Prep, CT - Mount St. Charles Academy, RI - Bishop Guertin, NH - Brunswick School, CT - Gloucester Catholic, NJ - St. Augustine’s, NJ - Bergen Catholic, NJ - Christian Brothers Academy, NJ - Don Bosco Prep, NJ - Morristown-Beard, NJ - Princeton Day School, NJ - St. Peters Prep, NJ- St. Ignatius, OH - St. Edwards, OH - Meadville HS, PA - St. Francis, OH - St. Mary’s, NY - Bishop Hendricken, RI - La Salle Academy, RI – Northwood School, NY

The "AAA" Team participates in the annual Mount St. Charles Academy Invitational Tournament in December.

The Junior Varsity Team is a competitive team for serious players that are still developing physically and athletically to play on the "AAA" team consistently. The JV Team is designed to develop skills and provide high level players the challenge of a quality 25 game schedule. Throughout the season, some players from the JV Team will have the opportunity to play in Varsity games. The season runs October-March with a practice average of 1-2 times per week. No games are played on weekends.

  • State Champions: 1998, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2016
  • Flyers Cup Champions: 1996, 1998, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016
  • State Finalist: 1996, 1998, 2011, 2013, 2014
  • Mount St. Charles Academy Invitational Champions: 2008
  • Meadville Bulldog Invitational Champions: 1998, 2005, 2007 and 2008
  • Kyle Zoldy, Drexel University-ACHA
  • Ross Denczi, Drexel University-ACHA
  • Adam Berkle, USHL, Bowling Green-NCAA D1
  • Neil Laessig, Penn State-ACHA
  • Gabe Antoni, USHL, Bentley-NCAA D1
  • Patrick Hanrahan, Temple University-ACHA
  • Alex Pascal, St. Anselm-NCAA D3
  • Tyson, EJHL, UCONN-NCAA D1
  • Dan Merenich, Prep, Amherst College-NCAA D3
  • Terrence Wallin, Prep, UMASS Lowell-NCAA D1
  • Nicholas Master, USHL, UMASS Lowell-NCAA D1
  • Dan Pyne, Drexel University-ACHA
  • TJ Laessig, Penn State-ACHA
  • Drew Smolcynski, USHL, St. Lawrence-NCAA D1
  • Adam Schmidt, USHL, Holy Cross-NCAA D1
  • Jason Lombardi, Temple University-ACHA
  • Matthew Williams, Drexel University-ACHA
  • Matt O’Brien, West Chester-ACHA
  • Ryan Ryan Williams, Drexel University-ACHA
  • Connor Varley, USHL, Penn State-NCAA D1
  • Nick Cruice, EJHL (South Shore Kings), Union-NCAA D1
  • Brett Supinski, Prep, Committed to Union-NCAA D1

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