Congratulations to the Men of Intellect and Accomplishment!
Video by Evan Funchion '16
La Salle College High School offers a full range of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities in an effort to develop a close and vibrant school community.
Over 85% of students participate in an activity, and the programs attempt to more fully develop the school's philosophy and mission.
In addition to the Executive Officer Elections, each grade level voted for Class President and Senators.
Faith, Service and Community Week will be held April 23-27 with various events sponsored by the Office of Mission and Ministry.
The Competition Band finished off the season at the Cavalcades Championship with a rating of Superior with Honors and an award for best saxophone section.
Explorers Inc. is a business club for students wanting to learn more about Entrepreneurship, Business Leadership, Personal Finances, and Business Concepts.
Over 100 students from LSCHS and local girls high schools performed in this year's Spring Musical. Click to view photos and videos of the performance.
This is the first time in the team's five year history that Team 5181 received the First Robotics Judge's Award.
The Explorers will be heading to Fort Lauderdale in June for the National Speech and Debate National Tournament.
The annual donation drive is organized by the De La Salle Chapter of the National Honor Society.
The team turns its attention to the Philadelphia Catholic Forensics League Finals on March 3rd, where the top six entries in each event earn a spot at the National Catholic Forensics League Tournament in Washington, D.C.
The Class of 2018 joined together on February 22, 2018 to celebrate.
The six-week build season for Team 5181 will conclude with competitions in March.
It's the 1st time La Salle Forum has received this honor from the National Speech and Debate Association in 11 years.
This is the 5th consecutive year a student involved with WEXPtv has completed the KYW Newstudies Program.
This prestigious speech and debate tournament brought over 280 schools and 2,000 students from over 35 states together for three days of competition.
The shows will run Friday, October 20th and Saturday, October 21st at 7:30 in the auditorium. Admission is free.
The official 2018 game kick-off for FRC Power Up will be held on Saturday, January 6th worldwide.
The WEXP TV News Program can now be seen by the entire La Salle Community at www.lschs.org/wexptv.
The Yearbook staff won 'Best Verbal Theme Presentation' award at the annual conference.
The Spring Band Concert featuring over 250 musicians was held on Monday, April 24, 2017.
The Arts Festival includes a student art exhibit and the Spring Band and Choral Concerts. Admission is Free!
Ten seniors and eighty-six juniors were inducted into NHS on Tuesday, April 11th.
In addition to the Executive Officer Elections, each grade level voted for Class President and Senators. (Photo by Luke Crawford '17).
Team 5181 will be competing at Lehigh University April 5 – April 8 for a chance to advance to the World Championships in Missouri.
The team will now turn its attention to its final three championships – the Tournament of Champions hosted by the University of Kentucky, N.C.F.L. Grand Nationals, and the N.S.D.A. National Championship.
View the campaign platform videos of each of the ten parties running for President and Vice President.
Students from nine Philadelphia area high schools convened to discuss and compete in such wide ranging topics as the humanitarian crisis in Syria, territorial disputes in the South China Sea and the nuclear crisis in North Korea.
The Valley Forge National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) District Tournament will take place at La Salle March 25 & 26.
Students had the opportunity to spend two days at Stowe Mountain before finishing up with a day at Killington.
35 schools and over 360 students competed in 11 events on Saturday, December 10th on campus.
The team hosts the La Salle Forum Invitational on December 10th, in which approximately 500 competitors, coaches, and judges will be on campus at La Salle.
Luke Crawford '17 & James Meyer '18 represented La Salle at the program held at KYW 1060 AM studios in Downtown Philadelphia.
Gianni DiGregorio '17 and Nicholas Maisel '17 will lead the program as co-presidents.
The Fall One Act Festival will be held on October 14th and 15th at 7:30 PM in the La Salle Auditorium. Admission is Free!
Members of the clubs attended the celebration Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul.
On Saturday, September 24th, the Robotics Team competed in an off-season competition at Hatboro-Horsham High School.
WEXPTV produces a live morning show every Monday, Wednesday and Friday during HR featuring highlights, interviews and feature stories on all aspects of La Salle.
Students get a taste of everything the school has to offer.
These teams have been created as a way for Freshmen and Sophomore team members to have an opportunity to take on more leadership roles.
Ten students from La Salle College High School competed at the 2016 National Catholic Forensics League (NCFL) National Finals with over 2,460 students from 518 schools and 67 diocesan leagues.
On Thursday, May 12, 2016, Ms. Irene Maskaly, presented a guest lecture to the La Salle College High School Photography Club on the subject of Food Photography and the Psychology of Color.
WEXP produces a daily live morning show on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays live from the TV Studio in the basement of Saint Michael's Hall.
Team 5181, La Salle Robotics, competed in their second regional district event at the Westtown School the weekend of April 2nd.
Shawn Robinson '16, Frederick Blunt, '16, David Grabowski '16, Nicholas Petaccio '16, Evan Dugery '16, Domenico Mazzeo '16, Benjamin Fedgechin '17, William Oxenford '17, Patrick Kelly '18, and John Santoro '18 qualified for the NCFL Finals in Sacramento, CA over Memorial Day Weekend.
Two players also placed in the top 10 - Matt Bahr (6th place) and Jordan Tan (8th place).
The event is held in Washington, DC and is attended by students from the US and over 18 countries.
The tournament featured competition between 627 students representing 62 schools and 9 states from Massachusetts to Florida.