- What are the benefits of Lasallian Scholars Institute?
- How many students are accepted annually?
- What type of student is admitted to the Lasallian Scholars Institute
- What are the requirements for admission?
- What is included in the interview process?
- Is there a standard for maintaining entry?
- Is there a scholarship included with admittance to the Lasallian Scholars Institute?
- Will I have the chance to take AP courses?
- How many times does the Lasallian Scholars Institute class meet?
- What is a typical class day?
- What is a field visit?
- What industries is the Lasallian Scholars Institute involved in?
- What is the Executive Council Committee?
The Lasallian Scholars Institute provides members with opportunities to improve themselves and to make a profound impact on their high school experience and the rest of their lives. See our the Achieve page for benefits experienced by some of our alumni.
Not to be confused with a field trip, a field visit provides LSI members a chance to interact with business professionals in their workplace. These visits usually include a Q/A session on that professional’s field and occupation, a description of real world issues specific to that company, and a business challenge to be solved by the LSI students. Over the course of four years in the program, students will participate in over 30 different field visits to various companies and universities in the area. See the Achieve page for the favorite field visits of some of our alumni.
During the first two years of membership in the Lasallian Scholars Institute, members study four prominent industries: Information Technology and Information Management, Healthcare, Global Business, and Engineering. As a Junior and Senior, these areas are supplemented by Wealth Management, Marketing, Business Skills/Etiquette, and Executive Council Committee work.
The Executive Council, which is comprised of seniors and juniors, is LSI’s student leadership team. The Executive Council organizes Cincinnati’s premiere high school leadership event, the Learn to Lead Conference, and works with La Salle High School on public relations, community outreach, and technology development. The Executive Council provides a further means of engagement for the students of the Lasallian Scholars Institute.