Monthly Archives: July 2017

Faculty Spotlight, Marilyn D’Antoni

As the official registrar of De La Salle, Marilyn D’Antoni¬†has kept meticulous student records. In addition, she moderates the Pro-Life Club. Marilyn has been close to the Lasallian charism and De La Salle since she was a child. Two of her uncles were Chrisitan Brothers, one of which was the headmaster at Christian Brothers School […]

Faculty Spotlight, Melissa Grubbs

Faculty Spotlight, Melissa Grubbs De La Salle faculty member since May 2016 Melissa Grubbs, more often referred to as Coach Grubbs, started working at De La Salle in May of 2016. Coach Grubbs is the Cavaliers’ head volleyball coach and a dynamic P.E. teacher. Grubbs lead the 2016 volleyball team to the second round of […]

De La Salle’s defensive tackle, Jamiran James, commits to Tulane

Congratulations to Jamiran James, De La Salle’s defensive tackle, for his recent commitment to Tulane University. You can read more about Jamiran in the articles below. The Times-Picayune features Jamiran’s¬†highlight film from his Junior year at De La Salle. The Times-Picayune: De La Salle defensive tackle Jamiran James commits to Tulane The Advocate: De La […]

Faculty Spotlight, Ana Garcia

Ana Garcia started her career at De La Salle as a Guidance Counselor in 2006. During that time Ana has also served as the head cross country coach. Through her kindness, generosity, and tireless service to our students, Ana is the embodiment of what it means to be Lasallian. “Simply put, our school could not […]

President’s Page: Summary of the 2016-2017 School Year

President Page: Summary of the 2016-17 School Year

Faculty Spotlight, Evan Davenport

Evan Davenport started his career at De La Salle High School in the fall of 2014. He teaches 8th-grade English (Language Arts). In addition, Evan works with our students after school while he moderates the after-school study hall program. “Mr. Davenport teaches our 8th graders English (Language Arts), and his excellent classroom management skills provide […]


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