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Union Magazine

Union in a community is a precious gem, which is why our Lord so often recommended it to his apostles before he died. If we lose this, we lose everything. Preserve it with care, therefore, if you want your community to survive.

St. John Baptist de La Salle

Med. 91.2

Union Magazine

Published twice a year, our Union magazine is an important way for current and alumni families to stay informed about our school. Each issue provides an in-depth look at the many happenings on Winton Drive as well as stories about our current students, teachers, clubs, athletes and alumni. Put simply, it is one of the many ways in which we are able to keep a strong community connection. We encourage you to flip through the publications on this page to learn more about our school.

Rich Davi
Communications Coordinator
(925) 288-8148

Michelle Erickson
Director of Communications
(925) 288-8153

2023 Spring Issue: Shaping Lives

About the Cover

During semester two of De La Salle’s Sculpture 1 and 2 classes, students were asked to shape a visual piece of art, inspired by the work of Alexander Calder, using copper wire and wood. The cover image of sophomore Matthew Johnson shows him holding his self-sculpture in De La Salle’s Fabrication classroom before it was mounted onto its wooden base. 

Featured Articles

Premiere Learning Experience

Learn how De La Salle actively seeks ways to evolve and optimize its curriculum – to meet both the changing needs of students and the world beyond high school. 

Perfect Effort

In this article, we showcase a few of the many Spartans who have gone on to coach at the high school or collegiate level, as well as those that are paving their way toward head coaching positions at the professional level. 

A Tale of Two Fans

This article tells the story of two individuals who became passionate about De La Salle fans despite having no personal connection to the school itself. 

Donor Stories

High-quality education comes with high operational expenses & tuition doesn’t cover the full cost of educating a DLS student. That's why we ask our community for help in bridging the monetary gap. Learn about some of our donors.

Impact of Teachers

Enjoy this sampling of personal accounts, spanning nearly 3 decades. Each story offers a window into what makes DLS so special: the mission to guide and instruct from a place of love and the ability to educate the whole student. 

Like Father, Like Son(s)

After 57 years, De La Salle has a whopping 10,626 active alumni worldwide. Hear from some of our school’s multi-generational families, as they describe why De La Salle means so much to them. 

Shaping Lives Through Service

Service is an underwritten aspect of a Lasallian education that goes back to our founding father, Saint John Baptist de la Salle. Find out how we have been incorporating service into daily life. 

Alum of the Year

Scott Hugo '05 was honored as the 2023 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year. Scott's dedication to the Bay Area, philanthropy, and personal ethics exemplify what it means to live a life of faith, integrity, and scholarship.

Also In This Issue

Union Archives:

Spring 2023: "Shaping Lives"
Fall 2022: "Pursuing Excellence"
Spring 2022: "Rooted in Relationships"
Fall 2021:
"Building Community"
Spring 2021: "Mark DeMarco Legacy"
Fall 2020: "Distance Learning"
Spring 2020: "What Makes Us Lasallian"

Fall 2019: "The Perfect Effort"
Spring 2019: "Les Hommes de Foi...Men of Faith"
Fall 2018: "Lasallians Without Limits"
Spring 2018: "Stewardship"
Fall 2017: "A New Generation"
Spring 2017: "Community"
Fall 2016: "Evolution"

Fall 2015: "Innovation"
Spring 2015: "Guided"
Special Edition: 50th Anniversary Special Edition
Fall 2014: "Instructed"
Spring 2014: "Loved"
Fall 2013: "What's in a Name?"