On a day when the state closed all schools for the rest of the academic year, senior Cristian Adragna sent a much-appreciated letter of thanks and encouragement to De La Salle's faculty and staff.
Ours is a place that believes in helping create exceptional young men centered on education, respect, faith, and inclusivity to positively challenge and impact one another, the greater community, and the future.
Every junior and senior student at De La Salle Collegiate has the opportunity to take IB courses that provide an appropriate level of academic challenge. The IB Program teaches students to learn the same way they will be taught in college: with a focus on critical thinking and assessments that go beyond standardized testing.
Once again, De La Salle is proud to offer a wide variety of academic, artistic, and athletic summer camps. The camps are for students, boys and girls, entering grades 3-12. Please click on the links below to register and for more information about each camp.
During the coronavirus shutdown, we will use Google Classroom Suite. Teachers have developed an abbreviated syllabus for the distance-learning time, and are encouraged to use voice and/or video daily in addition to slides, worksheets, images, external videos and reading guides.
Until the coronavirus pandemic closed schools statewide, and De La Salle Collegiate students began distance learning last month, brothers Joe and Jon Opolski normally studied in their own rooms.
Today, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer suspended in-person learning at all K-12 schools for the rest of the academic year.
We had a great first week of distance learning! The staff is especially enjoying the phone calls home to check in with families.