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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Please do NOT enter or exit the driveway next to the Allinson House. That is for faculty/staff ONLY. Also, there is NO parking allowed in the faculty/staff parking lot at any time. Thank you for your cooperation!
All freshman interested in trying out for Baseball in the spring, please fill out this short survey so you will be included in future emails about Fall/Winter workouts and tryouts: https://www.lschs.org/cf_forms/view.cfm?formID=952
The Mothers' Club welcomes all moms/guardians to participate in a Mothers' Cub meeting at 6:00pm on Thursday, October 1st in the tent on old Meehan field (below the tennis courts). Learn more about the mission of the Mothers' Club and get involved in events and committees. See old friends, or get to know new ones all while doing good and building community! Dress for a tailgate - we will be in the tent. Warming refreshments will be served. Please email Jennifer Nagle at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, or are planning to attend.
Anyone in the Gold Cohort interested in playing Intramural Dodgeball should meet after school in room 226 on Wednesday, September 30th at 2:40pm.
Anyone in the Blue Cohort interested in playing Intramural Dodgeball should meet after school in room 226 on Tuesday, September 29th at 2:40pm.
Seniors: Please make sure you are in your homeroom on Thursday, September 24th and Friday, September 25th. You will be given time to fill out a form listing your school preferences for College Interview Day. A list of participating institutions can be found in Open LMS. Please Note that every effort is made to schedule an interview with your preferred schools, however choosing a school will not guarantee an interview with that school.
The NHS tutoring center is now open (room 221) everyday during all periods. Any student is welcome to stop in for help with homework, studying, organization etc. Our seniors are looking forward to working with you!
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia Office of Life and Family will be holding a virtual Respect Life Leadership day for high school students throughout the diocese on Thursday, October 1st from 9:30am – 12:00 Noon. This year's event will be held virtually. Students will be able to attend from a designated location in school or from home. This year's program will focus on Racism and the Right to Life, featuring guest speaker Danielle Brown. To register, email Mr. Dominick at email@example.com. Our group will be limited to the first 15 students to respond.
There will be a Brief COMMUNITY time meeting (room 324) on Tuesday, September 29th (blue) or Thursday, October 1st (gold) for anybody interested in playing SQUASH this year. If you cannot attend, please contact Mr. Butt.
All sophomores, blue and gold cohorts, will be in school on Wednesday, September 23 for their class retreat. The day will begin at 8:00AM in homeroom (Rooms TBA) and will conclude at approximately 1:30. Students can pack a lunch or purchase one in the Glaser Center. Please see or email Mrs. Haggerty with questions firstname.lastname@example.org
Spike Ball at the Grotto during Community Time on Wednesday, September 16th.
Any 11th or 12th grader who wants to participate in intramural basketball on the outside courts after school (2:45pm) needs to stop by room 231 and sign-up with Mr. Williams by the end of September. It will officially start on Tuesday, October 6th immediately after school and will continue throughout October on all scheduled Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday. We will not be forming teams this year so you can sign up as an individual player. You must be is sneakers to participate.
The Acceptance for All Club will hold a meeting on Wednesday, September 16th in the College Counseling Conference room during Community time. If you would like the link to join virtually, please contact Mrs. Martin.
Are you interested in working in groups? Do you like to tinker? Are your creative urges satisfied when you design and build something? How about meeting others and competing with peers from across the region who have similar interests? Check out La Salle Robotics at our first organizational meeting during Community Time this Wednesday, September 16th from 1:35pm - 4:00pm. Those in the BLUE cohort should report to room 317. Those in the GOLD cohort should expect to connect with us virtually. If you did not sign-up during one of the activity fair days, please send an e-mail to Mr. Barna at email@example.com indicating your interest (so we can get you connected). We look forward to seeing many new faces for another great year of La Salle FTC Robotics!
The Men of La Salle will host a BBQ for all new fathers on Wednesday, September 16th at 6:30pm in the Pit (outside the Glaser Center). Admission is free and the event is a great way to meet other fathers and learn about the La Salle community. Look for a flyer in the mail and register today (https://www.lschs.org/mol).
From Monday, September 14th through Monday, September 21st we will be collecting school supplies in an effort to support Catholic Education at Visitation BVM School in Kensington, and St. Martin de Porres School in North Philadelphia. Our goal is to ensure that every student has their own supply of necessary items for a successful school year. Simply bring the supplies to school and drop them in the bins located in front of the main office. A list of supplies is below. Please help us to help those schools who continue to provide a Catholic Education to some of the most under-served children in Philadelphia.
Requested Supplies: Backpacks; White board markers; Mini calculators; Rulers; Crayons; Markers; Pencils; Pens; Loose leaf; Notebooks; Folders; Mini pencil sharpeners; Hand sanitizer; Wipes; Paper towels; Tissues; Highlighters; Construction paper; Scissors (little and big); Glue (sticks and liquid); Colored pencils; Reusable water bottles; Book socks; Sticky notes
Lifetouch Picture Retakes will take place on the following dates:
October 8th 12:30pm - 2:30pm
October 9th 10:00am - 12:30pm
Pictures will occur in the Chapel. No pre-registration necessary. Email Mr. Cirelli with any questions!
Junior Class Ring information was sent to parents by Jostens over the summer. Orders are due by September 15th in order to ensure delivery before the November Ring Blessing. Likewise, rings must be paid for in full by October 10th. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or order inquiries.
On Wednesday, September 9th at 12:10pm to 1:10pm the 4H Spanish class will have a Virtual conversation with the exchange students from La Salle Bolivia . The subject of the conversation will be "what is our education like in times of the pandemic".
School Picture Retakes will be offered on October 8th and 9th only. If students missed picture day, or would like to retake, this is the only opportunity. Please see Mr. Cirelli with any questions!
The Model UN club has two virtual competitions coming up: Bolivian MUN, October 29th - 31st and Penn State MUN, October 30th - November 1st. Since these are now virtual events, we have room for more students to attend. If you missed us at the activities fair last week and are still interested, contact Mr. Sawyer, email@example.com.
Freshmen and sophomore basketball intramural's will be cancelled this Thursday and Friday.
Elder Share will begin virtually on Monday, September 14th from 2:45pm to 3:30pm. Students and residents from Saint Joseph's Villa will interact together via a group Zoom meeting facilitated by Villa staff and Mrs. Giuliani. Register via the following link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=1GwcFaxt8UK-GUzD2Ig5JXLHpZkIKYxDgiUS4uKFg4xUMUlQNk4yQkVUODVRQU9JTkFaSVNQVk00VS4u. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Giuliani at giulianiG@lschs.org.
Interested in growing plants, the environment, building a garden, and competing in the Philadelphia Flower Show? Then this is the club for you! Come by tomorrow at the Activities Fair or email Ms. Mariani (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested or have any questions.
For those not in school on Wednesday, September 9th, the link for the Rowing meeting at 1:45pm is https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/c7b6d12c18cb40be95d139da830934fd. For those in school that day, the meeting will be held in room 204 at 1:45pm. Please e-mail Mr. Schugsta at email@example.com with any questions.
- Varsity "AAA" Team
- Junior Varsity Team
- Head Coach
- Recent La Salle Hockey Players
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