Cameron Kessler is holding a can and bottle collection drive to raise money for the De La Salle Blackfeet School in Montana.
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.
Planning for what the next school year will look like is already underway. Check out proposed key dates for the 2020-21 academic year. As recommendations and guidelines are updated, we will update our plans and communicate them throughout the summer.
Our focus is on returning to in-person learning this fall, but we do need to make sure our contingency plans are thorough and ready to implement without delay. Click on the link below to learn more about the three common scenarios being considered.
Greg Esler, who served the school as major gifts officer since 2018, will now lead De La Salle's Advancement Department, the school’s Board of Trustees announced Monday.
De La Salle is seeking a host family for the upcoming 2020-21 school year. A sound and stable host family is a key success to our program. Part of our commitment to our partnership students and their parents is to help provide them with a good home.
Dr. Salvatore Ventimiglia '89, and Dr. Peter Watson '90 are helping De La Salle create its return-to-school plan for the upcoming academic year.