Lasallian Pillar Awards

As a Lasallian school there are five core values that distinguish La Salle amongst the other Catholic schools in Cincinnati. They are:

  • Faith
  • Service
  • Community
  • Leadership
  • Scholarship
Today the faculty, staff and administration remain committed to instilling these core values in our young men.

As a part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration in the Fall of 2010, the La Salle Advancement Office felt it imperative to recognize alumni, friends and benefactors that have adopted one or more of these core values as a part of their character.

Below is additional information on the Pillar Awards and the criteria for each award. If you would like to NOMINATE a La Salle community member, please fill out the form to the right.

Faith Pillar

The Lasallian Faith Pillar Award will be given to an individual(s) in recognition of their commitment and dedication to the propagation of the Catholic faith.

Community Pillar

The Lasallian Community Pillar Award will be given to an individual(s) serving in a community role (i.e. government, police, fire, military, etc...) that has had an impact on the lives of those in the community in which they serve.

Leadership Pillar

The Lasallian Leadership Pillar Award will be given to an individual(s) providing specific leadership, strategic direction, innovation and creativity leading to advances in the fields of business, science or industry.

Scholarship Pillar

The Lasallian Scholarship Pillar Award will be given to an educator(s) (elementary, secondary or collegiate levels) who has shown outstanding dedication and commitment to their students, field of study or research.

Service Pillar

The Lasallian Service Pillar Award will be given to an individual(s) in recognition of their outstanding service to their community. This may include service to a worthy non-profit, school or other cause, including service directly related to La Salle High School.

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