Over 90 percent of the DeLaSalle student body participates in at least one co-curricular activity – and the school’s activity offerings provide an opportunity for students to collaborate, engage, learn, and problem solve in a number of ways that appeal to all types of interests.

DeLaSalle offers the following student activities:

Moderator: Christine Swords

Students have the opportunity to develop their artistic talents in creative activities. Students joining the club will have the opportunity to letter in art based on the provided criteria and agenda.

Moderator: Paul Sczepanski

Students who are interested in making things with their hands or participating in competitive throwing sports will find their place in the DeLaSalle Atlatl Society. Students learn how to design the atlatl, an ancient hunting weapon, and proper throwing techniques, then test their skills under adult supervision by throwing the atlatl at a target in a safe environment.

Moderator: Monica Kocourek

Are you interested in learning to play chess? Are you interested in improving your chess playing skills? Are you an accomplished chess player looking for good competition? Players of all levels are encouraged to stop by the Chess Club drop-in sessions every Tuesday after school from 3:00-4:15pm.

The GREEN Team is a student-led organization dedicated to creating a brighter, greener, more just present and future through a commitment to sustainability planning and practices, environmental education, and the scientific and organic development of green technologies and landscapes on campus and in the community.​  New members are always welcome!​

Moderator: Brian Lynch

The Investment Club introduces students to finance and investing through activities and guest speakers. This is the ideal activity for students interested in exploring college and career paths in the field.

Moderator: Peg Hodapp

Students of all grades are invited to weekly meetings, during lunches on Fridays, of LEAP (Lasallians for Equity and Peace). The group welcomes inspiring guest speakers, engages in topical discussions, and plans events such as Diversity Week, Social Justice Week, and school liturgies.

Moderator: Jeremy Zavitz

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.

Moderator: Malcolm Newman

Students who enjoy all facets of Mathematics compete in Math meets against students from area high schools.

Moderator: Sheri Hank

Students develop an understanding of the American judicial system by researching, preparing arguments, and trying a case in a trial setting.

Moderators: Brenda Wagner and Keely Wojda

Eleventh and twelfth grade students 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 DeLaSalle community and in the greater Twin Cities.

Moderator: Megan Longman

National Art Honor Society allows students to express their creative abilities through projects that benefit the school and greater community. NAHS is open to eligible eleventh and twelfth grade students who have participated in at least one semester of art.

Moderators: Alison Post and Brother Dylan Perry

The Political Affairs Club provides a safe environment in which students can exchange opinions and dialogue with each other about a range of current events and topics.

Moderator: Martin Marrin

Quiz Bowl is an academic competitions between teams of four who compete head-to-head to answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more.

Moderator: Patrick Banas

Students who enjoy problem solving, hands-on learning, and creativity help to design and build a robot from a set of parts that can accomplish an assigned task. Students enter the completed robot into competition with other schools.

Moderator: Mary Lenz

Students conduct experiments and participate in other project-based learning to explore the wonder and awe of physics, chemistry, and biology.

Moderator: Jessica Schumacher

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.

The DeLaSalle Onyx Step Team invites students to participate in step dancing, a percussive form of dance that uses the entire body as an instrument with a combination of footsteps and hand claps. The tradition follows what was historically a form of dance practiced by African American college fraternities and sororities.

Moderators: Paul Sczepanski and Christian Glanville

All DeLaSalle students have an opportunity to be ambassadors for the school and serve the student body by participating in Student Council. Council members organize and produce Homecoming Week, Winterfest Week, school dances, festival events, fundraisers, and spirit days.

Moderator: Malcolm Newman

Students learn the rules of and engage in friendly competitive play with each other in a variety of tabletop-based board games.

Moderators: Judith Roggow and David Pearson

Technovation offers young women an opportunity to explore careers in and participate in activities that promote learning about and utilizing technology. Students learn how to design computer applications and work with each other in groups to design and create their own app.

Moderator: James Buffington

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.

Moderators: Judith Roggow and Alison Post

W.O.W. (Women of Words) is a group of women from the DeLaSalle community who enjoy reading and discussing books. The group reads an average of 3 books a year.

Moderator: Kayla Bryson-Tucker

All students are invited to contribute to the annual school yearbook as photographers, graphic artists, copy writers, and layout specialists.