Monthly Archives: May 2016

De La Salle offers dual-enrollment math course with LSU

De La Salle is only one of five high schools in the state offering dual-enrollment math courses through Louisiana State University.  Math Lead Teacher Hussein Dossaji took a three-week course to prepare to teach MATH 1021 (College Algebra) and MATH 1022 (College Trigonometry).  Students who are enrolled can receive up to six college credits for […]

De La Salle’s Class of 2016 led by Rebecca Frank, Brandon Stamps

Led by Valedictorian Brandon J. Stamps, Jr., and Salutatorian Rebecca N. Frank, the De La Salle Class of 2016 graduated May 16 from Xavier University’s Convocation Center.  Chaplain Fr. Michael Schneller was the celebrant at the 64th Graduation Mass. Stamps, the son of Wanda and Brandon Stamps, Sr., will attend Xavier University on the President’s […]

2pm Dismissal on Monday

80 minute periods / 2 lunches Students will be dismissed at 2pm today.

Great News from Grow Dat!

We have decided to do another round of hiring for the summer(June) Leadership Program. Our goal is to hire 8-10 additional crew members for the month of June.    Please view the online application HERE.    There is a quick turnaround for these applications: the deadline is May 23 and interviews will be held May 26 and 27.

Signed tentative schedules for all 8th-11th graders are due on Wednesday.

8th – 11th Grade Students: Please remember that tentative schedules for the upcoming school year must be signed and returned by Wednesday, May 11.

May 2016 Letter from the Principal

    Office of the Principal     May, 2016 Dear Parents: Believe it or not, here we are!  It is May, and there are only three and a half weeks remaining until the official end of the 2015-16 school year.  As our students become more and more excited about the approaching end of school, […]


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