Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Founder’s Day Challenge for GiveNOLA Day

De La Salle High School was founded in 1949 and is 68 years old! Join our Founder’s Day Challenge and donate $19.49 or more on GiveNOLA Day to help us reach our goal to raise $68,000 for the Cavaliers! Your investment will support projects to upgrade learning environments for current and future Cavaliers. Donations of […]

De La Salle is participating in GiveNOLA Day

De La Salle is participating in GiveNOLA Day–the community’s online giving event hosted by the Greater New Orleans Foundation–on May 2. Support us by going online and clicking here to see De La Salle’s profile page. Donations can be made from midnight to midnight on Tuesday, May 2 and every gift over $10 will receive […]

Faculty Spotlight, Madame Gravel

Ann-Martine Gravel, often known on campus as Madame Gravel, or simply, Madame, joined the De La Salle faculty in the Fall of 1997. She teaches French I, II, III, IV, and V. She also teaches Art I, II, III, IV, and V.  Madame moderates the Art Club, French Club, French Honor Society, and International Club, The […]

Prom Reminders

World War II Museum Doors open at 9:00pm Doors close at 9:30pm – No students will be permitted entry after this time. Dance ends at 12:00am – No student may leave prom until 11:30pm ( all guests must be out of the building and into rides by 12:05am) Tickets – $50/person  –  Light refreshments will […]

Faculty Spotlight, Father Michael Schneller

“We have been truly blessed to have Father Michael serve as our campus chaplain.  His love of our students is evident, and he unfailingly participates in our masses, prayer services, retreats, and award ceremonies.  He works very hard to connect his message to our students.” –Principal, Paul Kelly ’83 In honor of Holy Week, De […]

2017-18 Course Schedules

      April 7, 2017 Parents: We have begun the scheduling process for your student for the 2017-18 academic year.  Monday, April 10th, your student was handed a listing of his or her tracked classes for next year, as well as a listing of his or her elective choices (electives are available to 9th […]

Faculty Spotlight, Jennifer Blanchard

Jennifer Blanchard joined the De La Salle Science Department in the Fall of 2015. She teaches Biology and Earth Science. Jen also moderates the Ecology Club, and she is the Grow Dat liaison. The Ecology Club has been working hard to build a school garden and to grow the school’s recycling program. This weekend at City […]

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