Monthly Archives: May 2017

Summer Reading

  Summer Reading Instructions: Read the mandatory book for your class before the first day of English class. This book will be discussed in class as part of the curriculum. There will be a test on this book in the first quarter of the class. Purchase the book edition with the same ISBN number listed.  […]

Parent Letter from the Archdiocese of New Orleans (PDF)

As Catholic educators entrusted with the care of your children, we value each of them and want to support both them and your families as you navigate the serious issues all of us face today. Our lives become more complicated as our children become entranced in media and technology. The many facets of media and […]

Faculty Spotlight, Jacob Karl

Social Studies Department | Football Associate Head Coach and Offensive Line Coach De La Salle Faculty Member since 2011 Jake Karl started at De La Salle in the fall of 2011. He is a member of the social studies department and teaches Western Civilization. In addition, Jake is the football associate head coach and offensive […]

Food Truck Friday Video

Faculty Spotlight, Dave Pierson

Dave Pierson: English Department | Chess Team and Club |Shakespeare Club De La Salle Faculty Member since 2004 David Pierson is a De La Salle staple. He is in his twelfth year of teaching 9th grade English Composition at De La Salle High School. He also moderates the chess club and the Shakespeare club. He is an […]

Students excel by using De La Salle’s innovative learning spaces.

This video, by 11th-grade students, Jordan McFarland and Christopher Towell, was created in the Communications Studio at De La Salle. The video demonstrates how innovative learning spaces at De La Salle enable students to use their creativity to express complex concepts learned in courses like Mr. Joel Kelly’s physics class. Today is GiveNOLA Day! Donations […]

Principal’s May Letter

        Letter from the Principal May, 2017 Dear Parents: It is hard to believe, but there are only three and a half weeks remaining until the official end of the 2016-17 school year!  As our students become more and more excited about the approaching end of school, we ask that you continue […]


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