La Salle High School is a great school for young men to strive for excellence and that are looking towards a school that will push them mentally and physically in the right direction; they believe in brotherhood and working hard to be the best they can possibly be. La Salle is not your everyday private school you have to test to get in and once in you must keep a high grade point average to stay there; they are not concerned about having a high enrollment rate of young man but strongly focus on the quality of young men and the character they have. LaSalle also requires a strong family presence and participation. LaSalle is truly more than just a school it's a community.
Both of my boys are presently at LaSalle HS. It has been a wonderful environment for learning, leadership, service, community and spirituality. I have found the faculty to provide the highest standards for education. They are dedicated, very approachable and willing to address the needs of my sons both in and out of the classroom. The campus ministry is second to none! Watching young men embrace the message of Christ and live their faith through service is humbling as a parent. LaSalle has challenged both of my sons to be the best they can be by encouraging them to get involved. My boys have not been on the sidelines cheering for their school but have been active participants in multiple activities. They have learned what it means to be leaders and stewards to their community. The gift of an excellent education and involvement at LaSalle will serve them well as they pursue life goals.
i attended Lasalle High school for two years. and regreted every day i went there, with the fancy tablets and non diverse background as it is a boring school with white walls, i would not recommend going there, the schools focus is mainly on sports with lacking art and little to none music programs it make the school very one sided. depending on your childs interest Lasalle is a very welcoming yet extroverted school. dont go there you will be in a very closed enviorment as where they care more about if your shirt is tucked in than your education