Congratulations to Underclass Award Recipients!

A stock image of yellow flowers as taken at the DeLaSalle Class of 2019 graduation ceremony

DeLaSalle invites each academic department to nominate students in grades 9-10-11 for academic recognition at the end of every school year.  These students are lauded for outstanding academic achievement, improvement, and/or effort during the year.  The school has mailed certificates to all of the following awardees.  By department, we congratulate: English:  Sabina Bethke `22, Abril … Continue Reading »

Celebrating Lasallian Jubilee Year, Giving Tree Service, 19-20 Student Leadership

In addition to honoring the graduating seniors and announcing the 2019 “DeLaSalle Award” and “Islander Award” recipients, the year-end convocation provided an opportunity for multiple recognitions of DeLaSalle’s heritage and student accomplishment. Reception of the Relic The assembly began with a prayerful moment, as the school received a relic of the Founder of the Christian … Continue Reading »

Hill, Ohenzuwa, 16 Other Seniors, Earn Highest Awards at Year-End Convocation

DeLaSalle Award winners Gabby Hill and Christine Ohenzuwa

For more than four decades, the most prestigious awards earned by DeLaSalle seniors are the “DeLaSalle Awards” and “Islander Awards,” as they recognize significant and broad contributions to the community and school’s legacy in areas of exemplary academic performance, personal character, and service to school and community. By vote of the entire staff and the … Continue Reading »

Muriel Ambrus Earns Athena Award

Muriel Ambrus

DeLaSalle congratulates Muriel Ambrus ‘19, who has been selected as the school’s recipient of the Athena Award. She will be recognized at a luncheon May 3. The Athena Award is given annually to one senior female athlete in each Twin Cities high school and is based on excellence in individual sports or for participation and … Continue Reading »

Winter Activities Honors for Several Islanders

2019 Girls' Basketball All Tournament Team

The Islanders were busy all winter, with hundreds of students engaged with robotics, speech, mock trial, Technovation, multiple theater productions, boys’ and girls’ hockey, wrestling, boys’ swimming, competition cheer, boys’ and girls’ basketball, quiz bowl, music and art programs, and more… One De student earned a most unique title outside of school activities:  Gabby Hill … Continue Reading »