Category: Announcements

Team Up Against Violence Rally

DLS students “teamed up” with students from Archbishop Rummel High School to plan a rally to bring awareness to violence in the metro New Orleans area. Click on this link to see WWL-TVs coverage of the event held Saturday evening at Notre Dame Seminary.  Speakers at the event included Archbishop Gregory Aymond, US Attorney Kenneth […]

Shelby Boyd Signs Volleyball Scholarship with Loyola

Senior Shelby Boyd signed a volleyball scholarship this morning with the Loyola Wolfpack.  Shelby is a two year letter winner for the Cavalier Volleyball Team and served as team captain this past season.  Shelby has also lettered in track & field and cheerleading, as well as serving as student body co-president as a senior. Loyola […]

Baseball Defeats Archbishop Hannan, 6-3

The Cavalier baseball team won a key non-district match up on Friday afternoon at UNO 6-3 over Archbishop Hannan. Click here to see nola.coms coverage of the game.

Boys Track Team Wins Strawberry Relays

The boys track team competed to the very end of the prestigious SLU Strawberry Relays on Friday evening to win the overall team championship.  The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Aspen Rodriguez, Gary Williams, Vince Thomas and Bismarck Ebiweh won the final event of the competition to vault the Cavaliers ahead of runner […]

Peace rally in New Orleans is planned by De La Salle and Archbishop Rummel high schools

By NOLA Community  on April 04, 2014 at 6:07 AM, updated April 04, 2014 at 6:33 AMClick here for the original article on NOLA.COM   De La Salle and Archbishop Rummel high schools will host a peace rally, Team Up Against Violence, April 12 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at Notre Dame Seminary, 2901 W. […]

April 11th Crawfish Boil – Sponsored by Student Council

The De La Salle Student Council is sponsoring a Crawfish Boil on Friday April 11th from 3-6 PM in the cafeteria.  Servings are $15 each and contain between 3 and 4 pounds of crawfish, as well as an ear of corn and a potato.  Pre-ordered servings are preferred, but there will be a limited number […]

Today the Catholic Church celebrates the feast of St. La Salle

April 7 is the anniversary of St. John Baptist de La Salles death. St. La Salle died on April 7, 1719, with 23 communities of educators and 100 Brothers to further his mission.  Today there are nearly 5,000 Brothers, 80,000 Partners, and 900,000 students. De La Salle was canonized a saint in 1900 and named […]

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