Principal Paul Kelly’s January Letter

Happy New Year to you and yours!  I sincerely hope that you and your family had a restful and enjoyable holiday break.  We welcomed our students back today, and we celebrate the start of the semester with a back-to-school Mass on Tuesday, the 8th.  Several events and happenings are on the horizon, including the following:

Alumnus Spotlight: Jay Weigel

As written in the Advocate article, “LPO to perform works by former longtime CAC director Jay Weigel”.  BY DEAN M. SHAPIRO | Special to The Advocate NOV 27, 2018 – 10:00 AM Born and raised in New Orleans, Weigel, 59, attended De la Salle High School and played upright bass. While taking bass lessons, he […]

Crescent City Sports to stream De La Salle-Hannan football playoff Friday

NEW ORLEANS – Crescent City Sports continues its live video streaming coverage of Louisiana high school football playoff action Friday night with a Division II quarterfinal matchup between De La Salle and Archbishop Hannan. The live stream begins at 6:50 p.m. with kickoff at 7 from Hawk Field in Covington. Lenny Vangilder and Lonn Ellzey […]

Thursday (11/1) Late Start Information 10 a.m.

All:  The Archdiocese of New Orleans has mandated a 10:00 am start to the school day on Thursday, November 1. Please note the following: —The morning buses will not run, but afternoon bus service will be in effect. —We will open the building, and breakfast will be available, as early as 7:00 am. —Students who arrive before 9:00 am must report […]

Tonight’s Football Game will be live on CST Cox and Online through Crescent City Sports

The link to the Crescent City Sports live streams is: The link to Cox Sports Television’s nationwide affiliate map is: Crescent City Sports Rivalry Series has pair of district showdowns this weekend live on CST NEW ORLEANS – The Crescent City Sports Rivalry Series doubles down this week with a pair of district championships on […]

Welcome to De La Salle Mrs. Hauber

This week’s Moderator Monday is Mrs. Julie Hauber. Mrs. Hauber is De La Salle’s new College Admissions Director. We interviewed Mrs. Hauber to learn more about her. De La Salle: How have you enjoyed working at De La Salle? Mrs. Hauber “I can already see what a special place De La Salle is. Everyone has […]

School Closed Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Due to the threat of inclement weather, and in accordance with Archdiocesan directives, De La Salle will be closed, and all school activities will be canceled tomorrow, Wednesday, September 5, 2018. Please note that De La Salle follows the Archdiocese of New Orleans regarding the closing of school due to weather-related events.

Letter from the Principal September 2018

Dear Parents: Happy September to all!  I sincerely hope that you and your child are quickly settling in to the routine of the new school year.  We are three weeks in at this point, and our calendar is filling up with events and happenings. (click here to read more)

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