List of Clubs & Activities
La Salle offers a wide variety of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities. Over 85% of students are involved in at least one club or activity.
The Office of Student Activities directs this extensive extracurricular program for the purpose of providing different experiences and leadership opportunities for La Salle students.
These activities help to build a sense of community, provide outlet for expression, and develop and sense of responsibility, service and cooperation among the students. Activities are added based on student interest.
- Publications - Media
- Culture - Language
- Special Interest
- A Capella Group
- Art Club
- Band Activities
- Cooking Club
- Film Club
- Improv 101
- Photography Club
- Theatre-Fall Production
- Theatre-Spring Musical
- Theatre-Stage Crew
A Cappella Club is a newer club open to all new students. This club meets once or twice a week and performs music of a more contemporary nature. Music is performed from 4 parts to as many as 8 parts and is sometimes accompanied with beat boxing. Students are invited to arrange popular songs or sing with the group. All students are welcome to join, whether they are a part of La Salle’s Music Program or not.
Art Club takes on a number of student directed art projects throughout the year for the La Salle Community: examples would be bowl making for Poor Man’s Supper, group projects to bring to La Salle Academy or BVM, supporting sign making for Campus Ministry events., workshops in paper making, printmaking, etc., with an occasional trip to an Art Museum, a Mural Arts Trolley Tour, or art studio tour.
La Salle College High School has many opportunities for the aspiring young musician, including scheduled band classes during the school day and private instrumental instruction. La Salle musicians participate in several extracurricular bands as well, including the pep band, which cheers on the football team from the stands; the pit orchestra, which provides all the music for La Salle’s musicals; and the acclaimed competition jazz band. The competition band showcases 20 of La Salle’s most talented musicians and has enjoyed great success under the leadership of Mr. Joe Vettori.
The La Salle choral program, under the direction of Mark Norman, is designed to provide all students an opportunity to explore the art of vocal performance with varying degrees of difficulty. Choral classes are offered in the school day during 5th and 8th periods. If a student does not have room in his schedule, he can choose to meet with Mr. Norman independently to learn the music. In addition to the full chorus, freshman members have their own choral class where they learn the large ensemble music and a few extra songs that they perform independently. Students may also audition for the Belcrofters, a more advanced choral group that performs mainly a capella music. If a student wishes to challenge himself further, he can audition for the All Catholic and District choral groups.
The film club is open to all students. Throughout the year, the club will meet to view and discuss various movies. The movies each semester will cover a common topic (Westerns, Sci-Fi, AFI top films, films by a particular director, etc.). The moderator and the club members will choose the topics together.
The Photography Club is the perfect way for students to experience the wide variety of activities and events that are the essential backbone to the Lasallian community. Whether you find yourself backstage at the Spring Musical, taking candid shots of your classmates making dumplings at the Chinese Club, or perhaps on the field at a Lacrosse State Final, the Photography Club gives you not only the opportunity to become an integral part of school life, but also the satisfaction of recording it for posterity. We welcome complete beginners, enthusiastic hobbyists, and seasoned experts and we provide the tools, the inspiration, and the opportunity for you to practice your craft, improve your technique, or simply enjoy your hobby. All members of the Photography Club have access to the school’s equipment, including digital SLRs, video cameras, lenses, and accessories. Once you’ve taken your photographs or video, students also have in-school and at-home access to Adobe Creative Cloud’s industry-standard image organization and manipulation and video editing software, including Lightroom, Photoshop, and Premiere Pro. The club meets during the X-Day Community Time periods, when advice and instruction is available. However, our aim is to keep formal meetings as short as possible and to get out and practice our art…which, during activity periods, means visiting the other 50 or so clubs and recording their activities! Winners of our regular competitions will have their ‘work’ displayed throughout the school on our digital signage, and the very best images will be recorded for posterity in the Blue & Gold Yearbook.
Stage Crew addresses many of the back stage and scenic challenges presented in running a production, with set design, construction and decoration, props, sound, lighting and moving and placing all of the set pieces on stage at the right place for the correct scene.
- Badminton Club
- Baggo Club
- Bike Club
- Fencing Club
- Intramural Sports
- Outdoor Adventure and Fishing Club
- Ski and Snowboard Club
- Spikeball Club
- Ultimate Frisbee
The Badminton Club is a great opportunity to play a very enjoyable yet competitive game! The equipment of rackets and birdies are supplied, just bring your game! Check the activities schedule for dates during community time but also see the daily bulletin for an occasional hour of play after school in the auditorium!
Just because summer is over is no reason to let your beach skills get rusty. Come with your friends and hone your toss. Memorial Day weekend will be here before you know it.
A certified instructor will teach the club members the art of fencing in a series of mini-clinics in the fall and spring.
- Ping Pong
- Ultimate Frisbee
The Outdoor Adventure and Fishing Club is a group of La Salle students who love the outdoors! Whether it be hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, rock climbing, fishing, or other outdoor nature related activities. Members will meet during X - Day periods to plan adventures, discuss issues facing the environment, have a concern for conservation, and even love to fish! No experience is necessary, just a love of the outdoors. Members who enjoy angling can help design 4 main fishing outings including, but not limited to fishing for bass, trout, catfish, and other native fish. Each outing will be planned out in advance, and members will need their own fishing equipment, but experience is not necessary. So, if the outdoors interest you then we look forward to you coming to check out the La Salle Outdoor Adventure and Fishing Club.
The Ski Club gives students an opportunity to ski and/or snowboard with fellow students in a safe, organized environment. The club sponsors an annual trip to Vermont during Presidents' weekend. In the past we have also visited Canada and Utah. The club is currently investigating the possibility of additional ski trips to local ski areas.
Inspired by similarities in volleyball with a net and three point passes, Spikeball is an outdoor sport that yields a lot of fun and energy. Each member of both teams must ensure that the ball remains in play by continually passing it. If the ball misses the net the opposing team scores a point. La Salle students play this recreational activity outside and indoors during our X-days.
The Ultimate Frisbee club provides an outlet for a fun and competitive environment for La Salle students. The club meets during X day community time as well as weekly after school in the fall and spring for practices and to scrimmage. There is also a competitive arm of the club that competes with other high schools in the Philadelphia area. In 2019, La Salle’s Ultimate Frisbee team was the Plymouth Whitemarsh Tournament Champions and finished second at the end of season Philadelphia Cities Tournament.
Explorers Inc. is a business club for students wanting to learn more about Entrepreneurship, Business Leadership, Personal Finances, and Business Concepts. Explorers Inc. meets monthly in addition to managing Project Paperback, which is the club’s business project where students acquire experience with all aspects of a small business: Marketing, Advertising, Sales, Finance, and Inventory Management. All are welcome to join.
Explorer Investment Club ("Club") seeks to afford the students of LaSalle College High School with a unique experience in managing an actual investment portfolio. While the students will begin trading a virtual portfolio they will advance to managing the Club's endowment, funded primarily by LaSalle alumni working in the financial services industry with initial seed capital provided by Ironview Capital Management (LaSalle alumni). Education modules provided via the program include, but are not limited to: macroeconomics, corporate finance, accounting, security analysis, portfolio management, derivatives and personal finance. To start, the Club will divide participating students into industry sector groups which make up the Standard Poor's 500 Index. The Club will initially trade U.S. publicly traded equities, but may move onto debt instruments and funds as the program matures.
- Chess Club
- Chess Team-Competitive
- Classics Club
- Future Lawyers
- Future Physicians
- Mock Trial
- The Model UN Club
- National Honor Society
- Social Studies Honor Society
- Speech and Debate
The Chess Club is open to all students at LaSalle College High School. Any student who has a desire to play and learn chess is encouraged to participate. The young men who participate in the club have experience that ranges from beginner to competitor in the United States Chess Federation. The club meets on a regular basis starting in October. There are oppurtunities for players of all levels to participate in the "In-House" tournaments.
Anyone who is a member of the Chess club is eligible to be a Chess team member. This year the Chess Team will again participate in the Lower Bucks Scholastic ChessLeague. The season will start in November which consist of 10 league matches, and a playoff (more information to follow). As well as the State Tournament. The top five players plus alternates from the club will be selected each week to participate in a League match.
The influence of the classical world is all around us. We are all familiar with Greek and Roman myths and legends – Hollywood loves stories like the fall of Troy – but the influence of the ancient Mediterranean societies on our everyday lives is wider than most imagine. For example, the Greeks gave us democracy, theatre and the Olympic games; the Romans brought us roads, leisure centers and our regular diet of gladiatorial contests between rival sports teams. The aim of the Classics Club is to allow our students to reflect on ancient cultures in an informative and comparative, but fun way. In addition to basic factual presentations, students will have the opportunity to appreciate well-known films with a more critical approach and to visit some of the excellent exhibitions in our area.
Future Lawyers provides student-driven opportunities to explore and discuss a wide range of legal questions and issues, from choosing to be a lawyer to global legal concerns in our modern world. Field trips to local courthouses and other law-related events are available throughout the year. Check the activities schedule for dates during Community time and bring your curiosity and problem-solving skills!
The Future Physicians Club is open to any La Salle Student with an interest in the field of healthcare. Our club brings in health care professionals from various specialties, including orthopedics, anesthesiology, physical therapy, general practice, cardiology and interventional radiology. Meetings will be held during assigned community time, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Mathletes offers an opportunity for students interested in mathematics to use their problem-solving skills in a competitive setting. The La Salle Mathletes Team participates in the Philadelphia Archdiocesan Mathletes, which holds monthly competitions in different areas of mathematics. The La Salle Mathletes Team also participates in a national math league which has monthly competitions conducted through the mail.
Mathletes Host Competition on Saturday, March 24
We hope to see all of you at the annual La Salle College High School Mathletes Competition on Saturday, March 24. The competition will last from approximately 9 am - Noon. We are changing things up a little bit from years past. This year, each group of five team members will participate in each round. We recognize that with students from 6th to 8th grade, there will be some variation in the amount of material that each individual will have covered and we will take that into account—the goal will be to allow as many students to participate as possible in a fair, yet challenging competition.
We ask that each team still have no more than three 8th grade students on it. Please fill out the team members and parent/teacher information. If you need to change a student’s name or information before March 8, please email me at: LangT@lschs.org
We respectfully ask that you arrive no earlier than 8:30 am. There will be light refreshments in room 204 (the conference room) and parents and any teachers not helping out in one of the classrooms are welcome to wait there. We will allow for some time for students to gather during a break and at the end of the competition.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on March 24!
The La Salle Chapter of the National Honor Society is open to students who meet the eligibility requirements of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Students who are offered membership are inducted in the Spring of their junior year. During their senior year, NHS members serve the school community by tutoring struggling underclassmen and hosting an annual Red Cross Blood Drive. They are also called upon to assist at other school events, such as Open House.
The Social Studies Honor Society is a voluntary organization for students interested in the study and practice of historical study. The Social Studies Honor Society meets monthly to pursue projects and activities of common interest to its members. As a society that is largely student-run, members of the honor society choose the activities and projects the society pursues. Additionally, members of the honors society engage in history-related projects that are needed or requested by the LaSalle community. The history-related activities and projects serve as fruitful avenues for developing the types of skills and habits of collaboration typical and endemic to the study of history. Lastly, students in the Social Studies Honor Society devote time to learn about historical studies programs in colleges in order to better facilitate their decision to transition into them. For their efforts, members of good standing in the LaSalle Social Studies Honor Society gain membership into Rho Kappa, the national fraternity of Social Studies, and its resources for its members.
La Salle College High School has a long and storied history of speech and debate activities. The current team, nicknamed "The La Salle Forum", was granted a School Charter in 1979 by the National Forensics League -- the national high school speech and debate honors society. Since then, the team has had six (6) National Champions, thirty (30) State Champions, seventy-three (73) City Champions and numerous other national, state, and local awardees.
- Literary Magazine-The Gazebo
- Sports Information Club
- TV Studio-WEXP
- Yearbook-Blue and Gold
The Gazebo is the student-produced literary magazine of La Salle College High School. This magazine is a collection of works by and for the entire student body, with the Creative Writing classes submitting some works as well. Submissions vary from year to year, but poetry, short stories, one-act plays, illustrations, and photography created by La Salle students are included. Submissions are always welcome. Also, some of the students' truly outstanding creations are submitted to writing and art contests throughout the year. Once works are submitted, The Gazebo staff takes over. The staff members are actively involved in material selection, editing, and copy preparation, all on computer. Staff members are always needed. If you are interested in the production phase of a literary magazine, this club is for you. The club meets once every 2-3 weeks on a day to be decided upon by the students. To help each other with writing between meetings, the group will blog their questions and responses to each other.
The Sports Information Club works directly with WEXP, the web site, and the Athletic Department to cover all levels (V, JV, FR) of La Salle sports. Students who sign up will be assigned as the beat reporter for a specific team. Scores, game stories, pictures and videos will all be a part of this sports journalism experience. Students will get hands-on access shooting video, editing highlights, researching statistics and using social media to help share information about La Salle's Athletic Department with the community at large. In September 2012, the Sport Information Club began the La Salle Sports Twitter Feed, which received national recognition for it's innovative use of social media and student involvement. To get involved with the SI Club, sign up online here or contact the club moderator, Mr. Robert Johnson.
Learn more at www.lschs.org/WEXPtv.
La Salle College High School offers a completely digital TV studio in the basement of Saint Michael Hall - WEXP. Members of the WEXP Multimedia Manager Program produce a live homeroom show Monday, Wednesday and Friday which offers the days announcements, provides video highlights of school events and provides a forum for interviews with members of the school community. WEXP is completely student-run and provides students real-world experience in live television production, field production, social media as well as non-linear video editing using the Adobe Creative Cloud. This Co-Curricular Activity works closely with our Multimedia Production Courses as part of our Information Sciences and Technology Department.
Learn more at www.lschs.org/WEXPtv.
The Blue and Gold is the school's yearbook. It strives to capture events of the year through photography and words. Staff members have the opportunity to develop skills in decision making and time management. In addition, they explore their own creative talents through writing, photography, and page layout design. Click here to access the Yearbook page.
Student Ambassadors are the “voice and face” of La Salle College High School, and are called upon to act as a guide for alumni and benefactors as well as prospective students and their parents at a variety of school-sponsored events such as Open House(s), Mornings At La Salle, entrance exams, scholarship receptions, reunions, and other events. As a Student Ambassador you will be expected to learn various facts and figures pertaining to the institution as well as properly convey the mission, philosophy, and message of La Salle College High School. Juniors, sophomores, and second semester freshmen are invited to apply to be Student Ambassadors in the spring and previous participation will have no bearing in the selection of the following year’s Student Ambassadors. All students MUST apply (or re-apply) in order to be considered. There are a limited number of positions available. Applicants should have strong communication skills and must be in good academic and disciplinary standing currently and maintain that status throughout the school year. Additional qualities in consideration include proper appearance, good presentation skills, the ability to work with others, emotional stability, initiative, and motivation.
Athletes Helping Athletes at La Salle College High School is an entirely student run organization comprised of a group of La Salle students that host special needs students from our community at some of our varsity sports events. We welcome these very special "captains" and honor them prior to games.
The La Salle College High School Student Government Association or "Student Council" is comprised of a four member Executive Board, Class Officers, Class Senators, and Faculty Moderators. The Student Council, under the direction of the Student Body President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer oversees the individual class councils and coordinates all council activities.
- Asian Cultures Club
- Chinese Club
- French Club
- Italian Club
- Multi-Cultural Club
- Spanish Club
- Spanish Conversation Club
What better way to learn culture than through food? Members meet monthly to discuss the varied ideals and culture over Asian meals, Asian table games and challenge other clubs to ping pong, badminton and Jianzi tournaments.
From watching Kung Fu movies and playing Chinese chess, to wrapping your first dumpling and writing down your Chinese names in a calligraphy session, Chinese club provides you a monthly opportunity to have a bite of China. If you are interested in the history, geography, economy and political environment of modern China, the Chinese club is also a great place to join! You are warmly welcomed!
Sacré Bleu ! Only if you miss this opportunity to sign up for Le Club de Français. Discover French culture, cuisine and camaraderie. Members meet every 2 weeks to watch French films, make les plats traditionnels and challenge other clubs to European football, ping pong & badminton. Our season highlight is a trip to eat at Philadelphia’s finest Parisian Bistro; Caribou Café.
The Italian Club introduces students to Italian-American culture. Any student or member of the La Salle College High School community with an interest in Italian culture may join. (You do not have to be of Italian heritage or studying the Italian language.) The club attempts to introduce its membership to the many facets of Italian American life including food, entertainment, sports and history. Activities include tasting many of the Italian American foods, learning to play Bocce Ball, seeing more classic Italian movies, and learning a little about the history of Italians in our area.
The mission of the Multicultural club is to promote multicultural awareness and diversity among the student population. During meetings, the students will participate in devising activities, trips, and discussions that will celebrate all forms of ethnicity. By the end of the school year, members of the club will have been given the opportunity to immerse themselves in a positive cultural experience.
The Spanish Club explores the diverse cultures of Spanish speaking people around the world in order to enhance the language experience and promote cross-cultural understanding. Activities include tutoring students in Spanish speaking elementary schools, viewing movies from different parts of the world, and playing games with Spanish vocabulary. There will be an excursion to a restaurant which serves Latin American cuisine at the end of the school year.
The Spanish Conversation Club gives students an opportunity to practice their Spanish skills with students and teachers in a relaxed setting. The club focuses on communicative activities, and students often find themselves speaking Spanish without even thinking about it. Meetings are open to students of all levels and are a great way to make new friends and explore the Spanish language and culture.
- Anime Club
- Classic Cartoons Club
- Environmental Club
- Gaming Club
- Garden Club
- Human Rights Club
- World Soccer Club
Anime (pronounced AH-nee-may) is a term for a style of Japanese comic book and video cartoon animation. Anime is the prevalent style in Japanese comic books and manga. Anime is distinct from most American comics cartoons like "Batman" and "Spider-Man." These differences show up in many ways including the artwork, storytelling, breadth of material, and cultural nuances exhibited by the characters. Moreover, fans of anime also get an intimate look into Japan's history, language, and worldview, woven into a great deal of anime on many levels. Club members will watch selected anime on streaming sites, and share ideas for club activities, such as making Japanese-themed food and crafts (sushi, bubble tea, origami, etc.…)
The Cartoon Club allows students that enjoy classic and present day cartoons to come together and view, learn the history of, and discuss some of the best cartoons ever produced. The club is exclusively organized by students who collaborate with each other to present the history of the cartoon episodes, show the episode to the group, and facilitate discussion among the club members.
The La Salle Environmental Club is dedicated to learning and educating our school community about environmental issues, cultivating an awareness and appreciation for the environment in our community members, creating opportunities to enjoy nature, advocating for personal environmental responsibility, increasing the sustainability and environmental friendliness of our campus, and taking actions to leave a positive environmental impact on our local community, region, and world. A particular interest for our club is exploring and caring for our on-campus Brother Gratian of Jesus Environmental Studies Area, an almost 6-acre space with trails, streams, and a variety of woodlands.
The Gaming Club gives students an opportunity to gather with their friends while playing board, video and card games. Students compete against each other and have fun in a relaxed atmosphere.
The LSCHS Garden Club aims to develop, build, and maintain a community garden at LSCHS, focusing on cultivating horticulture skills within the LSCHS community. Through gardening and horticulture workshops and community garden maintenance, members will learn a wide range of horticulture skills while preparing for team and individual competition in the Philadelphia Flower Show (in multiple categories).
Students will explore a variety of human rights issues throughout the world and discuss alternative LaSallian methods to help alleviate some of these problems. The club will complete a service project in the spring.
The La Salle World Soccer Club hosts various soccer events including after-school viewing parties for Premier League and Champions League matches as well as outdoor kick-arounds. We aim to bring together those with a passion for the world’s most popular sport whether that be through playing it or watching it. For this school year, we will look to add futsal games on the tennis courts and a Fifa 17 tournament as part of our activities.
La Salle College High School’s Esports Club provides students with an opportunity to compete alongside their peers while developing critical communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills. Students compete, organize, and manage live streams, while others provide commentary for our live events. Additionally, the club incorporates the North America Scholastic eSports Federation (NASEF) curriculum to promote creativity and develop well informed, productive, empathetic club members. These experiences often spark interest in STEM related careers.
The Lab Manager program is a unique technology team at La Salle College High School. Every year 50+ applications are submitted to join the team of the top tech students in the school. The program gives La Salle students the chance to have hands on experience running a real network. The students work hand in hand with the Chief Information Officer, Peter Sigmund, and Network and Website Administrator, Braden Bonner, to maintain, upgrade, and manage the network throughout the entire school. The members learn about computers by working with faculty and their laptops and students in the labs throughout the school. From fixing problems to teaching others, the students gain leadership and teaching skills, as well as knowledge of technology. They also gain networking experience from hands on work with the multiple servers that La Salle has. After working with this program, our members become skilled with both computers and people. The Lab Manager program at La Salle is one of a kind. The students are given the opportunity to run a network that consists of over 1200 users. The team of young men work together every day with the common goal to make La Salle the best tech school in the country.
La Salle Robotics (LaSalleRobotics.org) is proud to offer an extensive robotics program at La Salle College High School including three robotics teams open to students of all grades.
The program includes two freshmen-only teams (FTC Teams) that provide students with little or no prior robotics experience with the fundamentals of engineering and STEAM. Students on these teams work together to build small robots that compete in competitions against other local schools.
The upperclassmen FRC team works to build a large, complex robot that competes in a rigorous field game designed each year by FIRST™ Robotics. (To learn more about FIRST™, visit firstinspires.org).
Students in the robotics teams at La Salle not only learn essential robotics and engineering skills, but also grow their leadership, time management, and critical thinking abilities.
La Salle Robotics is a non-profit, student-run organization dedicated to providing young people in the Philadelphia area with quality robotics and STEM experiences. Our program, which was founded eight years ago in 2013, is based out of La Salle College High School in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania. We now have created ten FIRST™ robotics teams, hosted various STEAM-related camps, and inspired kindergarteners through high-schoolers to be the innovators and leaders of tomorrow.
- Christopher White '23 - President
- Kevin White '23 - Director of Business Operations
- Thomas Eble '23 - Director of FTC
- Jacob Stevens '22 - Mechanical Lead
- Eric Fryer '22 - Programming Lead
- Jack Barna '23 - Systems Lead
- James Soley '23 - Strategy Lead
FRC Team 5181
- Russell Abraham Jr | 2023
- John Barna | 2023
- Sebastian Barnes | 2023
- Jacob Carlson | 2023
- John Connaghan IV | 2023
- Connor Cunningham | 2021
- John Cureton | 2022
- Christopher DelPlato | 2022
- Andrew Dolaway | 2021
- Joseph Duffy | 2021
- Thomas Eble | 2023
- Nicholas Esposito | 2022
- Patrick Ferguson | 2023
- Eric Fryer | 2022
- David Getts Jr | 2023
- Jack Gibson III | 2022
- Daniel Glennon II | 2023
- Harrison Glover | 2023
- Connor Goldfarb | 2023
- Joshua Grey | 2021
- Douglas Guida | 2022
- Jonathan Hrlic | 2023
- Alexander Ippoliti | 2023
- Matthew Jones | 2023
- Patrick Kennedy | 2023
- Ryan Kennedy | 2023
- Adil Khan | 2023
- Nicholas Landes | 2023
- Connor Mangan | 2021
- Luke McFadden | 2023
- Finnegan McManus | 2022
- Joseph Morgan | 2023
- Luke Murray | 2022
- Anthony Rezza | 2022
- Brey Rivera | 2021
- Patrick Smith | 2022
- James Soley | 2023
- Adam Spera | 2021
- Jacob Stevens | 2022
- Anthony Thoonkuzhy | 2023
- Christopher White | 2023
- Kevin White | 2023
- Robert Willard | 2022
FIRST™ Robotics Competition (FRC)
La Salle Robotics is proud to offer an extensive FRC experience to upperclassmen at La Salle College High School. On FRC Team 5181, students design and build a fully functional FRC robot that competes in multiple local and regional competitions throughout the year. Members of team EXPLORER work together to learn the physics behind robots, install sensors and electrical equipment, build drivetrains and lift systems, and eventually program the robot. As a program, Team 5181 works to promote STEM to students in our school and throughout our community.
To learn more about FRC and the upperclassmen robotics team at La Salle, visit LaSalleRobotics.org/FRC
FTC - Design. Build. Compete.
The two FTC teams at La Salle provide freshmen with the opportunity to work in teams to design, build, and program small robots to compete in local competitions. No experience in robotics or engineering is necessary to join.
- Nate Arnold | 2024
- Dachi Bogveradze | 2024
- Matt Cawley | 2024
- Nick Cheeseman | 2024
- Evan Comiciotto | 2024
- Rick Conner | 2024
- Spencer Cordes | 2024
- Kevin Derr | 2024
- Matt Emma | 2024
- Sean Gallagher | 2024
- Xavier Granda | 2024
- Eyan Guldalian | 2024
- Fahd Kahn | 2024
- John Kempisty | 2024
- Tyler Mariathasan | 2024
- James McFadden | 2024
- Fred Mueller | 2024
- Alex Olivares | 2024
- Gavin Stengel | 2024
- Stephen Trezza | 2024
- Gannon Wanders | 2024
- Ian Whitaker | 2024
- John Zeleznock | 2024
FIRST™ Tech Challenge (FTC)
FIRST™ Tech Challenge students learn to think like engineers. Teams design, build, and code robots to compete in an alliance format against other teams. Robots are built from a reusable platform, powered by Android technology, and can be coded using a variety of levels of Java-based programming.
To learn more about FTC and the freshmen robotics teams at La Salle, visit LaSalleRobotics.org/FTC
La Salle Robotics Sponsors
La Salle Robotics is fortunate to have 12 sponsors who contribute to our constantly expanding robotics experience. Our sponsorships our divided into four levels; Explorer Sponsors, Platinum Sponsors, Gold Sponsors, and Blue Sponsors. From the various donations made to our program, La Salle Robotics has raised over $25,000 in the 2021 season. To learn more visit LaSalleRobotics.org/Sponsorship. Our sponsors are listed below.
La Salle College High School
SELF Heating and Cooling
Pascarella Eye Care
John S. McManus Inc.
Construction Sales Group
HomeTech Renovations, Inc.
The Student Web Site Managers group assists the Director of Web Communications in various web projects throughout the year. The Web Site Managers primarily work on projects for the La Salle College High School Web Site. The Student Web Site Managers also have a commitment to participate in web-based Community TechServe projects for non-profit organizations in need of web site assistance.