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February 2018 Letter from the Principal

      Office of the Principal February, 2018 Dear Parents: Happy February!  We have many upcoming events in the month of February, and I sincerely hope that this letter helps keep you abreast of all that is happening at De La Salle.  As always, please continually refer to our website and edline for information […]


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The passing of Dr. Felix Gaudin

January 8, 2018 Dear Cavaliers, I have the sad news to report that Dr. Felix A. Gaudin, who taught in the science department at De La Salle High School for 33 years, passed away on Saturday, January 6, 2018, after a sudden illness. Dr. Gaudin, who was a product of Christian Brothers’ education, thoroughly enjoyed his years of […]


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January 2018 Letter from the Principal

      Office of the Principal   January, 2018 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 Thursday, and we celebrated the start of the semester with a back-to-school Mass on Friday, the 5th.  […]


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Students of the Month (November 2017)

Congratulations to the Students of the Month for November 2017. Giancarlos Gutierrez, 8th Grade (Intro to Technology, nominated by Mr. Chiantella) Giancarlos is the ideal De La Salle student. His enthusiasm for learning and outgoing demeanor in class are infectious. Giancarlos strives every day to help other students, and his willingness to participate in class contributes […]




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Today’s Pre-game Articles

WATCH LIVE: 2017 LHSAA Div II Football Championship University Lab vs De La Salle After a historic run, De La Salle is poised to take that final step toward Division II title game By MIKE STROM | Special to The Advocate Battle of the unbeatens: Intrigue builds for De La Salle vs. University Division II […]





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De La Salle Parents’ Club is awarded Club of the Year by the CCSCC

The CCSCC Annual Luncheon took place yesterday. CCSCC stands for Council of Catholic School Cooperative Clubs, and the organization dates back in the metro area to the early 1940s. Yesterday’s luncheon was the organization’s 77th annual luncheon. The parents’ organizations from Catholic elementary and secondary schools from all across the metro area do wonderful things […]



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