An oppurtunity for the senior class to share their stories about their Lasallian experience and answer the question "What does it mean to be a graduate of La Salle High School?"
The Senior Declaration is a Senior Capstone project centered around the Lasallian values. In reflecting on his growth over his four years at La Salle High School, each senior is able to answer the questions, "What does it mean to be graduate from La Salle High School?"; "How have I lived out the Lasallian values?"; and most importantly, "What type of man do I want to be in five years?" Over the course of his senior year, he will reflect on each of these questions and create a presentation to showcase. On Declaration Night, every senior presents his 5 to 10 minute presentation in front of his family, teachers, and a panel of members of the Lasallian community. Our panelists are given the opportunity to ask questions and challenge each senior to think more deeply and make stronger connections between what it means to be Lasallian and how that shapes the man he wants to become.
This year, Declaration Night will take place on April 4. Doors will open at 6:30 PM with presentations starting at 6:45 PM. Each room will have 6-7 presentations. Each room should be finished presenting by 8:00 PM. Light refreshments to follow in the cafeteria.
For a sample of a Senior Declaration, click below to view Drew Greiner's '17 presentation.