DeLaSalle facilities offer a classic setting for receptions, weddings, state-of-the-art meetings and events.
Located on beautiful Nicollet Island, DeLaSalle offers a location that delivers spectacular downtown views, convenient on-site parking, and on-site event consultation. Click here for directions to DeLaSalle and for more information about parking options. DeLaSalle facilities offer a full lighting, sound and visual media capability under the guidance of our professional staff.
Let DeLaSalle be the location of your next function. For more information, please contact 612.676.7600.
The DeLaSalle campus offers 35 classrooms with built-in projectors and WiFi throughout the building that your group could utilize for classes and meetings.
Located on the northeast corner of the school campus with spectacular downtown views, the DeLaSalle Athletic Field is a natural grass regulation size football field and regulation size soccer field that can also be converted into three junior soccer fields. Because DeLaSalle shares the field with the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board, the field is available by permit only.
With over 6,600 square feet of space, including a stage, sound and light boards, the Florance Center has been home to assemblies, liturgies and Masses, weddings, dances, and school graduations.
The Main and LL Gray Gymnasiums provide over 12,000 square feet of space for your group. Commercial shoots, fundraising events, sporting competitions, assemblies, graduations and meetings have used these spacious areas for their events.
Center for Innovative Learning
On May 19, 2015, DeLaSalle broke ground on its latest facility upgrade, the construction of a new Center for Innovative Learning (CIL). This $8.8 million project presents an opportunity to redesign the campus and do something that is long overdue: replace locker and weight rooms in the middle of the campus with modern and multi-dimensional classroom space. When the CIL opens in August 2016, the hub of the campus will provide flexible spaces for creative, activity- and project-based learning, spaces for multi-media production and inter-departmental instruction, and resources for enhanced use of emerging technologies in all academic fields. Upgrading the technology available to students with the learning spaces themselves will enhance the current 1:1 technology program and college and career preparatory curriculum. With all the information in the world available to students on a tablet or computer, they will take the lead in discovery, research, collaboration, connection across curriculum, and relevant applications of knowledge.
This project will be funded entirely from a separate capital campaign, the “Gateway to the Future” funding initiative which already includes three lead gifts of $1,000,000 or more.