Class of 2022
-September & October
Admissions is on the road! A representative from the DeLaSalle Office of Admission will visit area grade school fairs sharing the De story. Track our progress at “Admission on The Road” or by contacting the Office of Admission.
Students may take advantage of opportunities to visit DeLaSalle for an entire day. Visitors are paired with a host student, perhaps a friend, perhaps someone De finds to match the visitor’s interests. Come see classes in action and get a sense of the hallway atmosphere. And…lunch is on us! A parent can register online at http://delasalle.com/admissions/visiting-delasalle/ or by contacting the Office of Admission at least three days in advance of requested visit. Please NOTE that we begin scheduling student visits in November so as to give our wonderful ninth graders two months of transition time to high school.
-Monday, October 30, 7:00-9:00pm
First Open House for Prospective Families allows parents and students the opportunity to receive a first-hand look at Minneapolis’ longest standing Catholic high school. Each academic department will offer a presentation, current students will greet visitors, and families may learn about all extra-curricular activities, financial aid and scholarship, college planning and more…
-Wednesday, January 17, 7:00-9:00pm
Second and Final Open House for Prospective Families allows parents and students to receive a first-hand look at DeLaSalle.
-Saturday, January 20, 8:30-11:30am
Entrance Exam for Prospective Ninth Grade Students. Eighth grade students complete a brief registration card in the lobby anytime between 8:00-8:30 a.m.; it takes two minutes to register. We charge no fee for the exam and we will provide all test materials including pencils.
While students are taking the Entrance Exam, all parents are invited to stay for a Parent Information Seminar in DeLaSalle’s Florance Center. De will outline all the details of: DeLaSalle’s mission, philosophies and programs; the application and registration process; matriculation and transition issues; and the $3,000,000 program of financial assistance and merit scholarships for deserving students. The program includes a step-by-step explanation of financial aid applications for the 2018-19 school year.
-Friday, February 9
Application Deadline for 2018-19 Ninth Grade Early Admission. By this date, students must submit an application, a copy of the middle school transcripts, at least one letter of recommendation (from a current teacher), and take the Entrance Exam. (To apply for academic scholarship consideration, applicants must submit three (3) letters of recommendation by this date, in addition to the other application criteria.) NOTE: Families are strongly encouraged to submit the 2018-19 TADS application by February 9th to be eligible for consideration of all scholarship opportunities based in part on financial need.
The DeLaSalle Admission Review Committee considers all applications received to date.
-Friday, February 16
Offers of admission emailed to prospective ninth grade students and a course registration packet mailed to family residence.
-Friday, February 23
Applications for financial aid, based on family need, are due by this date. DeLaSalle, along with other Archdiocesan high schools, contracts with an independent financial aid data service, TADS, to provide family financial need analysis. The TADS application, available after January 1 either online at www.tuitionaid.com or in paper form in the DeLaSalle Business Office, must be completed and returned with appropriate documentation and application fee. One application per family, please.
-Saturday, February 24, 9:00am-noon
The Class of 2022 registers for classes!
-Between April 1-15
All families are emailed individual Tuition Agreements; for those who qualify for financial aid grants and/or merit scholarships for 2018-19, the awards will be reflected on the family’s agreement.
-Saturday, April 21, 9:00-11:30am
During a program designed for Enrollment Orientation, families 9:00 – 11:30 a.m. are provided additional and specific information about a variety of subjects to include: effective orientation to high school, connecting to student activities – including summer camp and workout programs, opportunities for financial support, tentative bus routing and transportation options, honors and Advanced Placement programs, opportunities for parent involvement… and other topics as well. Parents will be asked to return their Tuition Agreements on or before this date.
-Saturday, May 5, 9:00am – noon
DeLaSalle offers Honors Mastery Exams in Spanish, French, Mandarin, Geometry, Algebra II and science. These exams are required for any student who wishes Honors or advanced course placement as a 9th grader. All students may choose to take the exams simply to verify placement for fall. Each exam lasts up to 55 minutes.