The Islander community regularly gathers for Mass and prayer.
At New Student Orientation, over 50 seniors welcomed our newest Islanders from the Class of 2018.
Throughout our 115 year history, we have always remained committed to the vision of Saint John Baptiste de La Salle.
DeLaSalle will stage six separate theatre productions in 2014-15. More than 150 students will participate in cast, crew, pit orchestra, or support roles.
The Global Advantage Program offers students the opportunity to earn college credit through rigorous international travel courses, such as Biology study in the Costa Rican Rain Forest.
The Class of 2014 alone completed more than 15,000 hours of Christian Service, including a service trip for some to Kolkotta, India.
Between 97-100 percent of graduates matriculate to college after DeLaSalle.
Over 93 percent of students partake in one or more activities.
DeLaSalle's rigorous college preparatory curriculum provides students with a host of advanced and honors level courses.
DeLaSalle offers a variety of opportunities for students to serve their broader community.
Each year, in academic programs such as National History Day, DeLaSalle students excel at local, state and national levels.
Islander athletic programs compete in the Tri-Metro Conference.
Through DeLaSalle's IslePad program, each student receives an iPad that enhances their learning both in and out of the classroom.
Rooted in the Catholic, Lasallian tradition, the DeLaSalle community gathers several times throughout the year to grow in faith.
DeLaSalle teams and individuals have experienced a high level of success in conference and state competition.
“Find your delight in the Lord.”
One DeLaSalle Drive, Minneapolis MN 55401
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