Monthly Archives: February 2017
Congratulations to February’s Students of the Month! Meet Meghan Palmisano, 12th Grade. She was nominated by Senora Palacios for her work in Spanish III. “Meghan is a model student; she comes to class prepared, and she is an extremely hard worker who excels at meeting academic challenges. She is a quiet student, but always an […]
When Justin Martineau started his career at De La Salle in the Fall of 2011, he dove head first into the Cavalier community. In addition to teaching religion, he is the Director of Student Activities, the head coach for girls basketball, the assistant campus minister, and the student council advisor. Justin plans the annual Lasallian […]
De La Salle High School students become ‘part’ of Mardi Gras By student columnist, Demi Robinette ’17
De La Salle is proud to announce that the boys’ basketball team won their second consecutive district title last night in an undefeated season, 8-0. Congratulations, Cavaliers! De La Salle will host Senior Night for the team this Thursday, February 16, at De La Salle before the boys face Karr at 7:30 p.m. The boys […]
Congratulations to the De La Salle wrestling team for winning their second consecutive wrestling State Championship this weekend in Shreveport, LA. This year there were three individual state champions: Conrad Wyre, 152 lbs Eric Hamrick, 220 lbs Jeremiah James, 285 lbs De La Salle, Lead On!
Louis Sivori and Zach Steverson talk about the student gaming competition at the NOLA Gaming Fest. Thank you Cumulus Media Power 102.9 and Independent Gaming League.
The marching band is a very important part of any high school, especially in New Orleans. De La Salle is proud to have Duncan Pray direct The Pride of the Avenue Marching Band as well as the Jazz Ensemble, Concert Band, and all of the band courses at De La Salle. Under his direction, the […]
As many of you know, a small number of our current students and their families suffered significant home and/or property damage from the recent tornados that touched down in New Orleans. We are asking for donations on behalf of these families. Please click here to give. If you prefer to donate cash or check, please […]
De La Salle is working with IDIYA to offer a robotics course for the 2017-18 school year An outside expert in the field of robotics will teach the class how to build and program robots with Arduino Parallax Robotics Shield Kits. No previous computer programming or electronics experience is necessary; however, basic computer knowledge […]