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In a year filled with returns to Islander traditions, we are pleased to present the 2022 “Salute to Graduates” video. This year’s compilation is a little longer than usual but full of poignant reflections from some of our graduates as well as some very cute and amusing outtakes.

Take a look at some of the thoughtful reflections of our grads: Salute to Graduates video.

We are exceptionally proud of this graduating class for all they have accomplished, attending high school in the midst of an international pandemic and its many social challenges. Almost all of the graduates have made plans to attend college, matriculating to schools in more than 30 different states and countries. They are graduating as mature young adults prepared to contribute to the common good and ready to engage in their own intellectual, spiritual, and social pursuits. Islanders are going everywhere, from one coast to the other, and they will be difference makers.

As 2021 – 2022 school draws to a close, there is still time to add DeLaSalle to your giving. Every dollar raised supports the quality education our students receive. They are equipped for college and other paths of success, all because of you! There are many ways to support the students and mission of

One Time Gifts – Donations of any size are put to work immediately and enable DeLaSalle to meet our student scholarship goals and our most important campus projects. Click here to make a donation.

Stock Gifts – DeLaSalle graciously accepts gifts of appreciated stock and other securities. These types of donations are a great way to support the mission of DeLaSalle and can provide significant tax-saving advantages for you. Our Authorization Form allows smooth delivery of your gift and outlines the information you, your broker, or your financial adviser will need.

IRA Charitable Rollover Gifts – Donors who are 70½ or older are able to give up to $100,000 to DeLaSalle directly from their IRA without paying federal income tax on the withdrawal. These gifts can be used to satisfy your required minimum distribution (RMD) and provide tax savings for you. Contact Patrick Felicetta, 612-676-7605, with questions.

We thank you for all your support and continued commitment to our school. Your frequent donations helped us give outstanding education to the students of DeLaSalle.