Welcome to the La Salle Water Polo Webpage.
Explore this page to learn more about the Water Polo Program at La Salle College High School.
Any students that are interested in trying out for the swimming and diving team please attend a brief meeting during Community Time on Monday, October 26th (GOLD) and Thursday, October 29th (BLUE). The meeting will start at 1:40pm in room 315 on both days and will last no more than 10 minutes. Any questions please see or email Mr. Duncheskie.
From October 19th through October 30th working in partnership with Gwynedd Mercy Academy, Mount St. Joe's, and St. Joe's Prep, La Salle will be conducting a joint collection in support of Project H.O.M.E. Each school will focus on different areas of need ranging from personal hygiene to clothing. La Salle will take the lead on collecting socks, T-shirts, underwear, hats, gloves, and pants. We are requesting that all items donated be new. Specific bins for each item will be located outside the main office.
Project H.O.M.E. is a Philadelphia non-profit organization empowering individuals to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness through affordable housing, employment, health care, and education. Please join La Salle, Gwynedd, The Mount, and The Prep help those in need and make a difference in our community!
On the remaining Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays up to October 29th all grades are invited down to the tennis court area immediately after school to play basketball. Bring workout clothes in order to participate. We will run for about an hour. See Mr. Williams with any questions in room 231.
Any student interested in trying out for basketball this winter should attend a brief tryout meeting on either of the following days/times:
Monday, October 26th (Gold) During Community time at 1:35pm
Freshmen: Room 304
Soph/Jr/Sr: Room 302
Thursday, October 29th (Blue) During Community Time at 1:35pm
Freshmen: Room 304
Soph/Jr/Sr: Room 302
If you cannot make the meeting or are not in school on either of those days, please see Coach Zanneo in room 302 or the math office to sign up for tryouts.
Any further questions, please see Coach Zanneo or Coach McKee.
Resumes this month. This in an opportunity for young men to make dinners for families needing a warm meal. The program starts directly after school in the auditorium, and lasts for about 90 minutes. This year we can take 10 boys for each session. Please sign up on the sign up sheet on the service bulletin within 48 hours of the event. This month's cooking events will occur on Thursday, October 15th and 29th.
Senior parents are reminded that the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opened October 1st. In addition to the FAFSA, over 400 colleges (mainly private) require the CSS Profile in order to be considered for aid. You will use 2019 tax information.
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!
Click here to download the Prospectus for the Principal position.
This page has been set up by La Salle College High School has created a webpage as a repository for information and expectations regarding the continuity of teaching and learning in the event of school closure. We will continue to post updates on this page as information becomes available from the school administration.
The Spring 2020 issue of the Explorer (titled Agents Of Change), will only be available online. No issues will be printed or mailed to homes.
A monthly Alumni eNewsletter along with a number of other alumni communications will only be available in a digital format and will be sent via email. It is critical for the Office of Institutional
Advancement to have and maintain your current email address, so please make certain that your
information is current and encourage your fellow alums to do the same. Please send any changes to
Mrs. Cathy Winning at firstname.lastname@example.org so your alumni record can be updated accordingly.
As most of you will have seen, Governor Wolf has issued orders extending the closing of schools. The tentative earliest date schools may reopen is now set for Monday, April 6, 2020. As all of us have come to appreciate, this date is a guarantee written in water. Depending on the progress of the disease and the success of containment and suppression activities, this date will be subject to further extension if need be.
Dining Services: Due to recent public health concerns, some of the self-serve foods will be either moved behind the service counter or into grad and go containers. Thank you for your understanding.