Senior art student Tyler Looman is doing some tedious work to refurbish a statue of St. Jude for Theology teacher Kyle Kopy.
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.
De La Salle art teacher John Hicks is a featured artist at the Center for Creative Studies in Detroit this month.
Five De La Salle Collegiate students competed Wednesday in the second part of the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition. Their scores in the first portion ranked among the top 100 students in Michigan.
As a way to show their gratitude, some students were asked to write letters to individual faculty or staff members. We hear from nine of the boys who had the opportunity to read their letters to those they are most grateful for.