The distinguishing feature and reason for the existence of DeLaSalle’s student activity offerings is to assist students in their religious, spiritual, and moral formation as well as provide for the student a better understanding of how all activities at DeLaSalle support its mission. All co-curricular offerings strive to promote a Christian environment while enriching not only our students but also the greater community.
You may learn about each program, including its moderators and contact information, below.
GREEN Team members are committed to educating the community to be responsible stewards of the all God’s creation, to be aware that every little action has an impact on the health of our Earth. Acting on its pledge to “make a difference,” Members participate in the community’s Mississippi River Corridor Coalition and twice a week collect recyclables around school. The GREEN Team invites all students to participate.
The Men’s Association of Competitive Readers is an organization for young men to get together and read literature while engaging with that literature in a competitive setting. MACRs strives to encourage young men from diverse backgrounds not only to read, but to enjoy reading.
11th and 12th graders who demonstrate leadership qualities and obtain a minimum 3.5 grade point average are invited to apply for membership to the National Honor Society. Once a member, students commit to service within the DLS community and in the greater Twin Cities.
The Science Club encourages students to explore the wonder and awe of physics, chemistry, and biology. Club meets most Wednesday mornings during the school year.Robotics is a competitive team of students who use a set of parts to build a robot. The team competes against other high schools to see who can best complete a task, with the task changing every year.
Speech focuses on developing students’ reading, listening, speaking, writing and performing skills. Students choose from 13 categories then select, or write their own piece and compete in several tournaments throughout the spring semester.
All DeLaSalle students have an opportunity to be ambassadors for DLS and serve the student body by participating in Student Council. Council members organize and produce Homecoming Week, school dances, festival events, fundraisers, and spirit days.
Theatre offers students many opportunities to involve themselves in drama, comedy, and musical productions. Students are the actors, stagehands, costume makers, make-up artists, and lighting and sound coordinators.