Monthly Archives: January 2017

Faculty Friday Spotlight, Perry Rogers

Perry Rogers began teaching at De La Salle in 1997. She taught US History and Human Geography until 2000 when she departed to start her family, that now includes three beautiful children. Perry returned to De La Salle in 2011 and at present, she teaches AP US History, AP Human Geography, and 8th Grade English. […]

Honor Roll List Second Quarter 2016-17

          8th Grade GOLD HONOR ROLL 8th Grade SILVER HONOR ROLL 9th Grade GOLD HONOR ROLL 9th Grade SILVER HONOR ROLL         Lavar Bell Morgan Bordelon Remi Bonneval Massimo Andrade Vincent Caire Aaron Bowman Trent Burke Ava Arabie Molly Gibbs Devin Carter Christopher Cuthbert Amber Becnel Etienne Hebert […]

De La Salle becomes the ADL’s pilot school for the No Place For Hate initiative

De La Salle High School has been chosen as the only high school in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas to receive the designation as a No Place for Hate high school from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).  ADL’s No Place for Hate initiative provides schools with an organizing framework for combating bias, bullying, and bigotry. De La […]

Students of the Month Announced for December 2016

Felicity Gautreaux, 8th Grade  (Pre-Algebra, nominated by Coach Poree) Felicity is an extremely hard worker who excels at accepting challenges. She is not afraid to fail, which is why she has been so successful at De La Salle. She is completely “bought in” to De la Salle, and she is involved in many activities outside […]

Ben Calico ’18, named LASC District 1 President

At the most recent LASC meeting in January, junior Ben Calico was elected President of LASC District I. District I includes the Parishes of Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, and St. Charles Chief Responsibilities:  The District President School is chiefly responsible for the success of its District Association. The District President School shall promote Student […]

Faculty Friday Spotlight, Bryan Cole

  Mathematics Department and Varsity Boys Basketball Assistant Coach When you ask Bryan Cole how long he has been coaching and teaching, the answer makes you realize why people call teaching and coaching a vocation. Bryan has been a coach since he was 17 years old when he started coaching at the playgrounds. He soon […]

Faculty Friday Spotlight, John Charles, M.S.E.

Academic Advisor | Mathematics Department National Honor Society Moderator | No Place for Hate Moderator John Charles came to De La Salle in 2014 with a wealth of experience in academics and life, and he has delivered. Though his main role is Academic Advisor, he also teaches a course in mathematics, moderates the National Honor […]

Faculty Spotlight, Frederica Anderson

Frederica Anderson is an integral part of the daily operations of De La Salle High School. She is the Attendance Officer and assistant to the Dean of Students. Ms. Freddie, as she is lovingly referred to by students, is the proud mother of two Cavalier alumni, Trenton Anderson ’16 and accomplished poet, Rickey Laurentiis ’07. “Ms. […]

January Letter from the Principal

        Letter from the Principal January, 2017 Dear Parents: Happy New Year to you and yours!  I sincerely hope that you and your family had a restful and enjoyable holiday break.  Our students returned on Wednesday, and we will celebrate the start of the semester with a back to school Mass on […]

De La Salle collects nearly 3,000 food items for Second Harvest and Hope House

Under the direction of Math teacher Peggy St. John, AFSC, the De La Salle faculty and students collected just under 3,000 food items for Second Harvest and Hope House. Thirty boxes went to Hope House because, as St. John said, “We have had a long connection to Hope House as Don Everard who supervises there […]


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