On Thursday, November 21, De La Salle High School begins its annual Toy Drive. All De La Salle students are asked to buy a new non-violent toy for boys and girls and bring it to school unwrapped. Toys will benefit children living in poverty who would otherwise not have a Christmas.
On Tuesday, December 3, 2019, De La Salle High School will participate in a global movement, GivingTuesday. With GivingTuesday you have a great opportunity to make a tremendous impact on the lives of our Spartans.
On Saturday, November 23, the De La Salle cross country team will compete in the North Coast Section Championships at Hayward High School. The 2019 NCS Cross Country Championships are scheduled to being at 9:30 a.m.
The top-seeded De La Salle football team opened the 2019 North Coast Section Division I Playoffs with a 69-14 victory over eighth-seeded Amador Valley on Friday night. For their second round game, the Spartans will host the fifth-seeded Monte Vista Mustangs on Friday, November 22 at 7 pm at Owen Owens Field.
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.