Launched over 30 years ago, La Salle was the first, and remains one of the few, high schools in the nation that hosts an event of this kind.
Video by Evan Funchion '16
La Salle College High School is a community whose students are taught to make use of their freedom and overcome prejudices, ready-made ideas, and social pressures. La Salle students are encouraged to listen, seek, understand, trust, love, respect, and contemplate - all in an attempt to develop in the image of God.
Parents of the Class of 2019 packed the La Salle College High School Auditorium Tuesday evening.
157 La Salle students earned the distinction of AP Scholars, achieving College Board qualifying scores of 3 or higher on at least three exams - with 19 being named National AP Scholars.
268 Seniors will graduate on June 2, 2018 and will be enrolled in 107 colleges and universities in the fall.
Congratulations to these young men, their families and coaches!
Two soccer players and eleven football players (joining six football players who signed in December) and their families and coaches participated in the event.
Nearly 400 Parents from the Class of 2019 were in attendance.
La Salle will hold signing days for other sports in February (Football, Soccer, Water Polo) and April (basketball).
73 admissions representatives from 58 different colleges and universities, spanning 15 states were on campus on Tuesday, October 3rd.
Parents were asked to submit questions in advance, and the College Counselors addressed those questions about the college application process in their overall presentation.
A record 177 colleges and universities visited La Salle last school year.
Over 400 parents from the Class of 2018 attended the Information Night on February 1st.
Seniors interview with thirty colleges and universities spanning the eastern seaboard.
For more information on the college application process, visit the College Counseling Department's website at www.lschs.org/college.
In the 2015-16 school year, 426 students took at least one AP course with a total number of 880 AP exams administered this past May. 84% of all A.P. students earned at least one qualifying score of three or higher out of five.
A presentation for all parents on Wednesday, March 2, 2016.
A College Information Night for the parents of juniors was held on February 3, 2016.