International Students

De La Salle High School is proud to welcome International Students to be a part of our community.

Recently, we have welcomed students from the People’s Republic of China, Thailand, and Vietnam. These students stay with host families, attend classes, join clubs and activities and also make a strong impact on our community. From sharing their culture, making new friends, or teaching groups about their country, our International Students are vital members of this community.

De La Salle follows a 4×4 curriculum, which means that students take four classes in the fall and four different classes in the spring. Therefore, international students can enroll for a full academic year or one semester. Tuition and fees vary accordingly.

We strongly recommend that students work with an educational student exchange agency in their home country that screens the applicant for English proficiency and submits the student’s application directly to De La Salle High School. If you are unable to work with an agency, you may contact us directly.

Interested students and families should have strong verbal and written communication skills in the English language. For more information please contact Mrs. Cheryl Jarrott at (504) 895-5717, ext. 137, or email at [email protected].




De La Salle High School partners with Three W International® to provide comprehensive international student enrollment management to students from China. Together, we are able to provide unparalleled support and service to our international students, from general admissions to post-arrival and beyond. If you are an international student interested in applying to De La Salle High School, please use the following contact information below:




Cara Buchanan

Account Manager
Cell: (407) 450-0600
Three W International – Los Angeles
2121 Ave of the Stars, Suite 2450
Los Angeles, California 90067




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