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Courses

Guided Resource

This non-credit, non-graded class is recommended for some freshmen. Some sophomores may choose Guided Resource as an elective, with the recommendation of his counselor. Students use their Guided Resource block to study and do homework independently in a quiet, structured atmosphere, supervised by a teacher who is available for general questions. Students who have accommodations due to learning differences may use this time to meet with the speech/language pathologist or special education tutor.

De La Salle Signum Fidei Leadership Seminar (Four year course of study)

The DLSFI seminar focuses on the five key pillars: Faith, Community, Service, Leadership, and Scholarship and challenges each student both in and out of class to grow into a servant leader. The DLSFI Seminar is a pass/fail course that is required for all students. One Quarter Credit Per Year

HP Lasallian Scholars Institute Seminar I (Year-long course)

Leadership Seminar I forms industry partnerships in the fields of Engineering, Global Business, Healthcare, and Information Management and Technology, to create a dynamic learning environment, develop community relationships, and mold young leaders. Students learn in-depth career information, inside information about Cincinnati-based employers, and connect with and learn from some the most qualified individuals in specific industries. The program serves as a means to engage companies, alumni, and students in a unique learning dialogue designed to increase specific student career awareness and community involvement. One Half Credit

HP Lasallian Scholars Institute Seminar II (Year-long course)

Leadership Seminar II further develops industry partnerships in the fields of Engineering, Global Business, Healthcare, and Information Management and Technology, to create a dynamic learning environment, develop community relationships, and mold young leaders. Students learn in-depth career information, inside information about Cincinnati-based employers, and connect with and learn from some the most qualified individuals in specific industries. The program serves as a means to engage companies, alumni, and students in a unique learning dialogue designed to increase specific student career understanding and establishes professional networking between students and professionals. One Half Credit

HP Lasallian Scholars Institute Seminar III (Year-long course)

Leadership Seminar III, while still extending the learning of the original four industry tracks from Leadership Seminar I and II, develops multiple business skills through its entrepreneurial model. Additionally, students will be exposed to other industry tracks of interest [i.e. Public Sector] and develop an awareness and understanding of regional economics. Students continue their engagement and networking with local companies and the unique experiential learning dialogue. Furthermore, students are provided college and career guidance and opportunities for professional shadowing and company programs open to high school students. One Half Credit

HP Lasallian Scholars Institute Seminar IV (Year-long course)

Business Seminar IV expands upon learning from Business Seminar I - III with its continued exposure to businesses and development of professional skills. Students will enhance their ability to relate multiple industries and continue to develop awareness of varying careers. Beyond topics such as operations management, project management, and entrepreneurship, students will operate the Learn to Lead Conference, an annual leadership event, and multiple functions dealing with the Lasallian Scholars Institute Executive Council. Furthermore, students are provided college and career guidance and opportunities for professional shadowing and company programs open to high school students. One Half Credit

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