Happening Now At De La Salle
On Monday, September 21, 2020, Dr. Heather Alumbaugh, our Vice President for Academic Life, honored seven De La Salle seniors who have been named Commended Students in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
The 20th Annual De La Salle High School Cereal Drive, to benefit the families of the Monument Crisis Center (MCC), begins on Monday, September 21 and runs through Friday, October 2.
Parenting teens is not easy, even in ideal circumstances. But parenting with imposed social distancing when adolescents thrive on face-to-face interactions creates unprecedented challenges.
Dr. Heather Alumbaugh, Vice President for Academic Life, announced today that De La Salle High School senior Ryan Vaughn has been named a semifinalist for the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
On Tuesday, September 1, the De La Salle High School Board of Trustees announced that school President, Mark DeMarco ‘78, will be retiring at the end of the 2020-21 school year. Mark DeMarco has served as the De La Salle President since 2007, when he was named the school’s first Alumni President.
De La Salle High School, steeped in its Lasallian Catholic identity, loves, instructs, and guides our students to become men of faith, integrity, and scholarship.
We do so in an atmosphere that is moral, caring, and joyful.
- A De La Salle graduate is a Man of Faith Who prays and integrates Gospel values Serves others, especially the poor and the marginalized And appreciates our Catholic, Lasallian tradition.
- A De La Salle graduate is a Man of Integrity Who respects himself and others, embraces social and personal responsibility, and nurtures a healthy lifestyle.
- A De La Salle graduate is a Man of Scholarship Who thinks creatively, critically, independently, and collaboratively Strives for academic excellence And pursues life-long learning.