The greatest friendships do not just stand the test of time: they grow with it. Attending
La Salle College High School means joining a brotherhood whose connections will remain with you for life.
Brotherhood is a bond forged in shared experience and strengthened by time.A strong, close-knit community offers support and camaraderie within and beyond campus life, providing an invaluable network of like-minded individuals wherever your personal, academic and professional paths lead.
La Salle College High School is a community where 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.
All students driving to school must park on campus. Parking is permitted only in the lower parking area, not in front of the school or around the island near the auditorium.
The speed limit on campus is 15 miles per hour.
STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO GO TO THEIR CARS DURING LUNCH PERIODS OR ANY OTHER TIME DURING THE SCHOOL DAY.
All students must obtain a parking permit from the Student Affairs Office. Permits will be given out in September.
The Office of Student Affairs handles student transportation. The following School Districts provide bus transportation to La Salle:
La Salle also sponsors private busing at an additional cost to some areas. Fees for this service vary according to the plan selected. The routes serve Northeast Philadelphia, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, and Bucks County including the Yardley/Newtown area.
Over 400 students were in attendance at the annual club showcase in the auditorium.
The first episode of the school year was posted on September 10th. Students can join WEXP by signing up online at www.lschs.org/WEXPtv.
Project Paperback is a small student run business which recycles paperback books donated by La Salle students from their summer reading and academic classes.