Our the 16th Annual Spring Gala honoring La Salle Military Academy Alumni Association was a great success!
A central part of our educational mission at The De La Salle School is to teach our young men how to be “De La Salle Gentlemen.” These qualities of respect, responsibility, leadership and service are a direct legacy of the traditions inherited from La Salle Military Academy. We are pleased to announce that the Honoree for our Sixteenth Annual Spring Gala is the La Salle Military Academy Alumni Association.
This organization has been bringing together the graduates of La Salle Military Academy in brotherhood, friendship, fellowship and service for years. Since The De La Salle School’s Feasibility Committee was established in 2001, members of the La Salle Military Academy Alumni Association have been active participants in the development and realization of the mission of The De La Salle School. LSMA members served on our founding board, with many still holding key positions on the current board. Sixteen years ago, LSMA members began an annual Golf Outing benefiting The De La Salle School, which to date has raised over a million dollars for the education of economically disadvantaged students who attend our school. The success of the Golf Outing is realized through the support of hundreds of LSMA alums.
LSMA alumni have been central figures at our yearly Gala, and along with their spouses and family members have made our fundraising Luncheon a legend in our local community. LSMA alumni have sponsored the education of individual students every year, and established and supported key fundraising initiatives for our school and our Graduate Support Program. They have truly been the older and wiser Lasallian brothers to our students and our graduates as Saint La Salle had envisioned.
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Click this link to read the Newsday article on the connection between our school and Gala Honoree, the La Salle Military Academy Alumni Association: Rekindling Spirit Article
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Our Students Excel!
We are so proud of our Graduating Class of 2018. Each of our 15 students in 8th Grade was accepted into a Catholic high school, after a competitive entrance exam. Our graduates from 2018 were accepted into Chaminade High School, Kellenberg Memorial High School, Holy Trinity Diocesan High School, St. Anthony’s High School, and St. Mary’s High School.READ MORE…
Renew or Join the Brother Thomas P. Casey, FSC Scholarship Fund
Thank you to all of our supporters, who have helped sustain our mission by donating to the Brother Thomas P. Casey, FSC Scholarship Fund. Named for our Founding Executive Director, the Scholarship Program allows you to sponsor one of our students for a year, a month or a week, or to make a one-time donation in honor of Brother Thomas. Please click here if you would like to join, or to renew your donation.
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The 2018 Gala honoring the LSMA Alumni Association was Friday, 1 June, at Chateau Briand in Carle Place, starting at 7 pm. This year’s celebration welcomed more than two hundred guests who enjoyed an evening filled with food, drink, and good company while supporting the academic, social and spiritual success of the students of The De La Salle School.
Congratulations to our Students of the Week: the week of 8 June 2018!!
Gentleman of the Week
Jonathan K., 6th Grade
Writer of the Week
Cristian C., 6th Grade
Artist of the Week
Jeffrey L., 6th Grade
Word of the Week
(Latin – novem – nine)
(n.) the recitation of prayers and the practicing of devotions on nine days, usually to seek a special intercession.
What makes The De La Salle School unique?
The De La Salle School is a non-tuition driven Catholic middle school in the Lasallian tradition for young men in grades 5 through 8. Our students are economically disadvantaged, many from troubled school districts and most are immigrants or sons of immigrants.