Happening Now At De La Salle
De La Salle High School joins the nation in commemorating Juneteenth as our newest holiday.
On Sunday, May 23, De La Salle High School held it’s in-person Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2021. During this graduation ceremony, the Class of 2021 Valedictorian, Jose Grajeda, and Salutatorian, Cyril Joseph, were announced and presented their graduation speeches to the class and the families in attendance.
On Friday, May 14, De La Salle High School was announced as the Ambassador School for Students in Action for the San Francisco Bay Area.
The De La Salle High School Class of 2021 finished their time at school on Friday, May 14, and their Commencement Ceremony will be held on Sunday, May 23. This slideshow is a presentation of the future college plans for many of the graduates, which also includes planned major and dream careers for many.
Contra Costa Health Services, Kaiser Permanente, and the Contra Costa County Office of Education are partnering to make sure everyone can get a safe, effective COVID-19 vaccine. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available for anyone who is 12 and older.
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.