With so many to choose from, La Salle is uniquely positioned to help our students get involved with their passion, cause, or hobby. Students are encouraged not only to participate in clubs, but are provided with the support and mentorship needed to become leaders and create new student-run organizations.
We celebrate our inclusive, co-educational and diverse community because it prepares our students for an increasingly global culture and economic landscape.
Our rigorous academic program challenges our students in the classroom and our broad offering of co-curricular programs empower and enable our students to discover their path to excellence.
Respect for All Persons
Our diverse student-body fosters acceptance of all persons and enables spaces in which differing and opposing points of view can be shared and heard. We do not tolerate prejudice, bigotry or discrimination because it has no place in the world.
Concern for the Poor and Social Justice
Concern for the Poor
and Social Justice
We place a strong emphasis on service through classes and opportunities to serve in our community and around the world. We do this to instill in our students a sense of responsibility; that their impact in addressing social challenges is needed and can be felt beyond our walls.
Faith in the Presence of God
Faith in the
Presence of God
We are proud of the service, love and care that our Catholic faith and heritage unlock in our community. We educate our students about the importance of faiths around the world and how faith is central to shaping values.
Our College Counseling Center helps students effectively plan and negotiate the complicated academic, social, and emotional landscape of higher education, guiding students to the Colleges and Universities where they can thrive.
Our dedicated faculty and staff provide student mentorship small groups that help stimulate growth and development inside and outside the classroom to ensure our students receive the attention and opportunities that drive success.
Operating like office hours at the collegiate level, this designated time at the end of the school day allows for students to ask their teachers questions, make up any quizzes or tests they may have missed, and seek additional support to help them achieve academic success.
We care about our students as a whole. We know every child entrusted to our care is different, and our approach to counseling celebrates the individual gifts, talents, and needs of each student. Our wrap-around services focused on student-well wellness ensure each student receives the care and support they need to thrive.
Our student-athletes maintain a 3.5 GPA on average
60% of our students participate in Athletics
We are proud to offer 182 Varsity League Championships, 23 CIF Championships, and 19 CIF Runner-up Finishes.
Most recently, our girls varsity basketball team secured the 2022 CIF Southern Section and Southern Region Division III Championship titles.
Service and service-learning is part of our curriculum in many subject areas and we have school wide service opportunities.
A graduating senior will have participated in over 75 hours of service; unlike other schools, a minimum number of hours is NOT required to graduate.
School-wide service opportunities: Riley's Race 4 Change, Catholic Schools' Week of Service, and more.
We gather together in community at least once a month for liturgies and prayer services throughout the school year.
Alumni, Class of 2012
Student, Class of 2023
Maria and Jose Alvarez ‘83
Parents of Josefina ‘20 and John ‘22
Student, Class of 2023
Alumnus ’04 and Faculty, Vice Principal of Curriculum
Alumni, Class of 2011