Students excel by using De La Salle’s innovative learning spaces.

This video, by 11th-grade students, Jordan McFarland and Christopher Towell, was created in the Communications Studio at De La Salle. The video demonstrates how innovative learning spaces at De La Salle enable students to use their creativity to express complex concepts learned in courses like Mr. Joel Kelly’s physics class.
Today is GiveNOLA Day! Donations collected during GiveNOLA Day benefit De La Salle’s continued ability to provide excellent programs in academics, spiritual formation, athletics, the arts, extracurricular activities, and to continually upgrade our innovative learning spaces. #givenola #cavnation #innovation #dlsnola
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 $100 or more will qualify you to receive a Terrance Osborne print of Under the Oaks Where the Cavaliers Dwell*.  DONATE NOW!
*The fair market value of the print is $65. Under federal law, the total amount of the donation that is tax deductible is equal to the total donation less $65.

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