The students of De La Salle High School, are an integral part of the high school community and take an active role in deciding its activities and student government priorities.
Active in the Lasallian, Catholic traditions of this institution, they constitute a student government to represent students; to promote student morale and interactions; to ensure an active role for students in determining high school student activities and student government policies; to over see all student clubs and student related activities; and to safeguard student rights.
Clubs and activities may be academically oriented, or simply a reason for students with similar interests to get together for mutual learning and fun. Interested in a new club or activity?
Contact: Mr. Jack Dyer
VP for Campus Life
Click HERE "How To Start A Club" for more information.
A partial list of clubs includes:
- Astronomy Club
- Broadcast Club
- Chess Club
- California Scholastic Federation
- Habitate for Humanity
- Hermanos Unidos
- International Thespian Society
- Jefferson Awards
- National Honor Society
- Spectrum Arts Studio
- Video Game Club