Happening Now At De La Salle
The 2020 De La Salle High School Toy Drive began this morning, as part of the school’s Thanksgiving Prayer Service. Due to COVID-19, the school is not accepting physical gifts, but this year anyone can donate. Students can bring a gift card into their Religion class or contributions can be made directly through our donation website at https://linktr.ee/DLStoydrive2020.
The De La Salle 2020 Fall Union is on its way to mailboxes, but you can preview it on the De La Salle Website now.
Concord, Calif. (November 2, 2020) – Christopher Miller, a De La Salle High School Religious Studies faculty member, is excited to announce that an academic article he has been working on for the past year, related to the impact of the sex abuse crisis on relational youth ministry, was published on Monday, November 2 on the prestigious Religions Journal website
On Thursday, October 15, De La Salle students Luke Anderson ‘21, JT Baird ‘21, Kason Pelz ’21, Fernando Campos ‘22, Leo Villanueva ‘23, Matthew Fong ‘23, and Vincent Castillo ‘21 presented Monument Crisis Center (MCC) Executive Director, Sandra Scherer, with a check for $16,342 from donations made during the 20th Annual De La Salle High School Cereal Drive.
While distanced, hybrid, or in person, you are a part of a great De La Salle tradition of education and understand the tremendous benefits of a Lasallian Catholic education. De La Salle Giving Day on Thursday, October 15 will be a great testimony of the De La Salle legacy as we endeavor to fill an operational gap of more than $300,000 caused by the pandemic.
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.