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Life at La Salle

We are so proud of our school and our students.
Watch this video to feel what #lifeatLaSalle is like.

Brothers for Life
Our students all agree, the #brotherhood at La Salle is what sets us apart. We'd love to have you in the stands on Friday nights!

Men for Tomorrow, Brothers for Life.

Lasallian Education: Transforming Lives Since 1680

La Salle is an all-male Catholic high school that primarily serves the western and northern suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio. Founded in 1960 by the Christian Brothers, La Salle had its first graduating class in 1964. Students at La Salle are taught a comprehensive, college-preparatory curriculum rooted in the Lasallian educational philosophy. La Salle has an average class size of 20 and a four-year one-to-one mentoring program for all students. Students also benefit from individualized class placement based on level of ability.

Future Lancers

For the student who wants to excel in and beyond the classroom, La Salle High School provides a unique, Christian brotherhood that fosters personal discovery through intentional, experiential, service-based learning connections to develop authentic men.  

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Christian Service Mentoring Finacices Diversity
Student in lab

Mind

Academics, Activities, Clubs, Student Support 

La Salle offers something for every student and meets our young men where they are in their educational journey. Our counselors, intervention specialists, speech therapist, psychologist, tutors and mentors are here to ensure the success of our students. We are proud to offer Advanced Placement and Dual Credit courses in addition to our college preparatory curriculum and, our Lancers are able to participate in more than 30 student-led clubs.

 

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Student on the track

Body

Athletics, Performing Arts, Summer Camps

With 14 varsity sports teams, 70% of our students participate in at least one sport. We are proud of our state champion teams and individuals and their dedication and drive to positively represent us in the GCL South. Our award-winning Pride of La Salle Band and Vocal Ensemble are recognized in the community, and across the country for their musical talent and impressive performances.

 

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Students hike with backpacks

Spirit

Campus Ministry, Christian Service, Young Lasallians, Pastoral Ministry, Retreats, Service Immersion Trips

Every La Salle student attends a spiritual retreat each of his four years with us. From Freshman Day of Renewal to Kairos and Wilderness Retreats, our young men grow closer to God in spirit and practice through these opportunities. Every graduate is required to complete at least 60 hours of Christian service, but you’ll find that our young men are called to serve and most achieve more than double that amount by the time they graduate.

 

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Peyton
La Salle Brotherhood

La Salle has taught me to be a better person through academics, service projects and sports. The LSI program is one of my favorite things about La Salle because it teaches me about careers and challenges I may face in the future. La Salle has pushed me to strive for success in my faith, my classes and my soccer team.

- Peyton Broering, class of 2023

 

Kummer family
A Parent's Perspective

The high school years are devoted to preparing our children to be responsible, caring successful adults. They begin to take more challenging courses to prepare for college or their career. They find new interests, expand their social life and grow physically, mentally and spiritually. Being a La Salle alumnus myself, I knew I wanted my son to attend a high school that would prepare him in all aspects of life, for his future. My son is excelling in school and he cannot say enough great things about his time at La Salle. I am proud of the man he is becoming.

- Steve Broering, class of 2003

Kummer family photo
A Lancer Looks Back

My four years at La Salle were the best four years of my life up to that point. Many of the friendships I made with students, coaches and staff continue to this day and I'm proud to say I'm a Lancer when asked where I went to school. Over the years, I've proudly watched as the academic programs have become more advanced and our sports teams have won state and GCL championships. The education, values and life skills taught to the young men at La Salle go a long way in preparing them for future success!

Anthony Kummer, class of 2005

 

Connect With La Salle

Student in lab

Mind

Academics, Activities, Clubs, Student Support 

La Salle offers something for every student and meets our young men where they are in their educational journey. Our counselors, intervention specialists, speech therapist, psychologist, tutors and mentors are here to ensure the success of our students. We are proud to offer Advanced Placement and Dual Credit courses in addition to our college preparatory curriculum and, our Lancers are able to participate in more than 30 student-led clubs.

 

Learn more

Student on the track

Body

Athletics, Performing Arts, Summer Camps

With 14 varsity sports teams, 70% of our students participate in at least one sport. We are proud of our state champion teams and individuals and their dedication and drive to positively represent us in the GCL South. Our award-winning Pride of La Salle Band and Vocal Ensemble are recognized in the community, and across the country for their musical talent and impressive performances.

 

Find more

Students hike with backpacks

Spirit

Campus Ministry, Christian Service, Young Lasallians, Pastoral Ministry, Retreats, Service Immersion Trips

Every La Salle student attends a spiritual retreat each of his four years with us. From Freshman Day of Renewal to Kairos and Wilderness Retreats, our young men grow closer to God in spirit and practice through these opportunities. Every graduate is required to complete at least 60 hours of Christian service, but you’ll find that our young men are called to serve and most achieve more than double that amount by the time they graduate.

 

Discover more

Peyton
La Salle Brotherhood

La Salle has taught me to be a better person through academics, service projects and sports. The LSI program is one of my favorite things about La Salle because it teaches me about careers and challenges I may face in the future. La Salle has pushed me to strive for success in my faith, my classes and my soccer team.

- Peyton Broering, class of 2023

 

Kummer family
A Parent's Perspective

The high school years are devoted to preparing our children to be responsible, caring successful adults. They begin to take more challenging courses to prepare for college or their career. They find new interests, expand their social life and grow physically, mentally and spiritually. Being a La Salle alumnus myself, I knew I wanted my son to attend a high school that would prepare him in all aspects of life, for his future. My son is excelling in school and he cannot say enough great things about his time at La Salle. I am proud of the man he is becoming.

- Steve Broering, class of 2003

Kummer family photo
A Lancer Looks Back

My four years at La Salle were the best four years of my life up to that point. Many of the friendships I made with students, coaches and staff continue to this day and I'm proud to say I'm a Lancer when asked where I went to school. Over the years, I've proudly watched as the academic programs have become more advanced and our sports teams have won state and GCL championships. The education, values and life skills taught to the young men at La Salle go a long way in preparing them for future success!

Anthony Kummer, class of 2005

 

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