Hockey overview

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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Mater Dei Catholic School in Lansdale is looking to hire high school students to serve as counselors for their summer camp program. This would be a nice opportunity to assist and positively influence youngsters, receive compensation, and place the experience on your resume. If interested, please see Mr. Dominick or Mr. Cassidy.

Read more about Summer Job Opportunity

Any Junior or Senior who ordered a tuxedo through Gallelli Formal Wear must pick their order up between 8:00am and 3:00pm Tuesday through Friday in the Dean of Students Office. Please check in with a member of the staff.

Read more about Tuxedo Pickup

Juniors: Arizona State, Clemson, Penn State, U of Texas, UC San Diego, Georgia, U of Illinois, Nebraska, Oregon, and Colorado have partnered on an information session. This is an opportunity to engage with admission experts to learn how to effectively search for and compare colleges, pay for your education, and find the academic and student experience that is right for you.

Read more about Terrific Ten College Exploration Series June 1st - June 10th

The survey will take approximately 4 minutes to complete. Review the student artwork on display on campus or through the slideshow and submit a vote for a student from each grade you think should win the Student Pick Award of Excellence:. Slideshow:

Read more about 2021 Art Exhibit Students' Pick Survey and Slideshow

The Campus Store is now open during school hours for anyone to visit and shop! We will be open for the rest of the year during school hours, 7:30am to 3:00pm. We are celebrating with 30% off selected items. Come in and check out our new LEAGUE and LEGACY lines of clothing and hats.

In addition we will have night hours.

Night Hours:

May 18th, 19th and 20th – 4:00pm to 6:00pm

May 24th, 25th and 26th – 4:00pm to 600pm

Happy graduation to all our seniors on May 27th!

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Project Paperback is open for business during lunch periods on Friday, May 14th and during exam week. We will be selling summer reading books for $5 on a first come, first serve basis. All proceeds benefit charities who need our assistance. We will also be collecting paperback books no longer needed from this year's classes. Look for donation bins located around school for students to drop off paperbacks. Clean out your lockers and cars. Let's recycle and reuse our paperbacks for the betterment of all. Any questions? Please contact Patti Finlay/

Read more about Summer Reading is Back!

In celebration of the of the achievements of the Class of 2021, La Salle College High School will be providing a lawn sign for each member of the Class. If a student is associated with more than one home address (vacation homes and shore houses do not count), they are eligible to get one for each house. Students are responsible for picking up their sign(s) from the Glaser Center (Dining Hall) on Wednesday, May 12th from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. Students will be required to sign for their lawn sign(s).

Read more about Lawn Signs for the Class of 2021

90-minute webinar to help juniors explore college options and prepare a strong and reflective application. Admission officers will introduce their institutions, discuss the college application process, answer general questions, and provide individual college breakout sessions. Offered May 16th, 18th, 19th, 23rd, 25th, 26th.

Read more about Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Penn, & Stanford Information Sessions

It's time to sign up for your senior retreat next year! Please visit for more information on the retreat program and your options. Juniors, please fill out (using your LSCHS account) the Senior Retreat Selection Form ( by Friday, May 7th.

Read more about Juniors: Senior Retreat Selection Form

The in-person Advanced Placement exams run from Monday, May 3rd to Monday, May 17th. They begin at either 8:00am or 12:00 noon. Almost all the exams will be administered in the gym. Report to the gym area at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the exam.

Recognizing that students need time and space to boost their confidence and readiness on the day of an exam, AP students are allowed to be excused from morning classes if they have an exam at 12:00 noon. The absence will be reclassified as an "excused absence". Students are responsible for reaching out to their teachers of classes scheduled that day to arrange a plan for making up work. Extensions to make-up work will be given to AP students due to their additional loads at this time of the year. Naturally, an AP student can attend classes if he chooses to do so. AP students who test in the morning will take a break after testing and then attend their afternoon classes as scheduled. Good luck with your preparations and on exam day!

Read more about AP Students - Important Information about Exams