The November Staff, Student and Teacher of the Month are: Brother Robert Activity Center manager Sandy Buchanan, sophomore Christian Bueti, and English teacher Rebecca Cook.
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.
De La Salle Collegiate invites and challenges every student to make his faith a living reality, while at the same time, preparing them for leadership and service in the Church and the world.
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.
A dozen De La Salle Collegiate students attended Wednesday’s Sportsmanship Summit at DeCarlo’s Banquet Center, sponsored by the Michigan High School Athletic Association.
De La Salle Collegiate alumnus Michael Glasgow hs been named Distinguished Composer and Conductor with MidAmerica Productions and MidAm International.
It is that most wonderful time of the year - the annual Holiday Arts & Crafts Show!