De La Salle Collegiate’s Information Night is an opportunity for prospective students and parents to become better acquainted with all that De La Salle has to offer.
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.
The Pilot for a Day shadow-visit program gives future students the opportunity to experience the students, teachers, and traditions that make De La Salle Collegiate a unique academic community.
Archbishop of Malta Charles Jude Scicluna recently visited family in Detroit and celebrated an all-school mass at De La Salle Collegiate. The Archbishop was kind enough to sit through a question-and-answer session with us.
Nearly a dozen members of De La Salle’s Student Council and National Honor Society volunteered at the annual Sweetheart Dance, which has become a great opportunity for students and residents to socialize, have fun, and enjoy some music.
Last Friday, sophomore Seth Ray attended Night to Shine, which is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love for people with special needs.