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Great Futures JTNDaWZyYW1lJTIwc3JjJTNEJTIyaHR0cHMlM0ElMkYlMkZwbGF5ZXIuZmxpcHNuYWNrLmNvbSUzRmhhc2glM0RPRFZCUlVJM1FVRTVSamNyYUROM2RUUnlOR1l3WnclM0QlM0QlMjIlMjB3aWR0aCUzRCUyMjEwMCUyNSUyMiUyMGhlaWdodCUzRCUyMjQ4MCUyMiUyMHNlYW1sZXNzJTNEJTIyc2VhbWxlc3MlMjIlMjBzY3JvbGxpbmclM0QlMjJubyUyMiUyMGZyYW1lQm9yZGVyJTNEJTIyMCUyMiUyMGFsbG93RnVsbFNjcmVlbiUyMGFsbG93JTNEJTIyYXV0b3BsYXklM0IlMjBjbGlwYm9hcmQtcmVhZCUzQiUyMGNsaXBib2FyZC13cml0ZSUyMiUzRSUzQyUyRmlmcmFtZSUzRQ==
David Terry
May 1, 2023
Alumni News

Alumni Spotlights

Alumni Spotlights Zoe Watts Class of 2022 EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts, Connecticut College (expected in 2026) WHAT HAS YOUR FIRST YEAR AWAY FROM DE LA SALLE BEEN LIKE? I found the challenge of attending college so far from Chicago to be a relatively easy transition. As a Posse Scholar, I have the opportunity and blessing to be part of a cohort of students hailing from Chicago at Connecticut College. Even, a Class of 2021 graduate, Ian Hopkins is here, too, and he’s a Posse Scholar as well. And, being a member of the volleyball team has helped me adapt to my new environs with teammates from Chicago who also played in the Catholic Leagues. I have mostly made friends with my teammates and I hope to branch out a bit and widen my friendships during my second semester and remaining years at college. HOW DID DLS PREPARE YOU FOR POSTSECONDARY LIFE? I owe a lot to Coach Marassa for all that she did for me and does for the Meteors volleyball team. She really prepared me for the college game and helped me become a better player ready to play at the collegiate level. She taught me to work hard…
David Terry
March 2, 2023
Academics

Academics

Academics Jackowiak, Colletti, Davidson, Bixman, the Stebeltons, the Maldonados… De La Salle teachers become your household names. Mr. Wood is a legend - and the recipient of the Lasallian Educator Award - and you know you’ll be talking about what Cunat, Dufficy or Dirschl said long after class is over. How much weight did your bridge hold? Did you have to ask Correa for your locker key again? Did you study for Mrs. Perales’ test?! The buzz is always about how you can be better - and the support is always available for your success. We love to have fun, but we also stress continued success: in order to maintain your enrollment status at De La Salle Institute, all students must earn a minimum 2.0 Grade Point Average during any school year. Basically, our curriculum is structured by our faculty to recognize that we’re not just teaching teenagers how to pass exams; we know you and create our lessons based on what you individually need. A full description of the curriculum may be found in the Curriculum Guide published annually. De La Salle offers three programs of study: the Honors Program, the College Preparatory Program, and the Lasalle College Preparatory…
David Terry
October 12, 2022
Academic NewsSchool News

HBCU College Fair Student Registration is Open

We are pleased to announce that De La Salle Institute will host its 1st HBCU (Historically Black Colleges & Universities) College Fair on Friday, October 14, 2022 from 1 pm - 3pm. DLS has seen an increase in the number of students that are applying to HBCUs with a significant increase in the number of DLS enrollees to HCBUs. Flyers for this event are being shared with students. We encourage as many students as possible to participate and learn about their postsecondary options at an HBCU. This event is open to all students that are interested in learning more about historically black colleges and universities (grades 9th - 12th). Several of the institutions are offering onsite admissions and scholarship awards at the fair. Students must register prior to the event in order to receive a pass to the fair.  The last day for students to register for the event is Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022. Registration Link:  https://forms.gle/ejafJcJn2bkkMSkbA
David Terry
October 4, 2022
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