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Word of the Week

Culminate – to be the final result of a long process; to reach the highest point or a decisive point; when a celestial body reaches its highest point above the horizon.

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.

The De La Salle School receives close to 90% of its funding through individual, corporate and foundation gifts. We are an IRS recognized 501c3 tax exempt not for profit, and all donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.  The De La Salle School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs.
The 64 young men who will attend The De La Salle School in the 2016-2017 school year, like all of their predecessors, are of limited financial means, but of unlimited hopes and dreams.


Scenes from Class of 2017
Graduation, 9 June 2017




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Our Graduates Excel!


We are so proud of our Graduating Class of 2017. Each of our 10 graduates was accepted into a Catholic high school, after a competitive entrance exam. Our graduates from 2017 will be attending Regis High School in New York city, Chaminade High School, Kellenberg Memorial High School, and Holy Trinity Diocesan High School.READ MORE…


Dreaming Big

Congratulations to the Stars of the Week of 16 June:

Gentleman of the Week:  Marcos R., 6th Grade:Rodriguez, Marcos

Artist of the Week:  Emil, 7th Grade:

Figueroa, Emil

Artists of the Week:  Jamie, Joseth, Elvis and Tyrese, 6th Grade:

Aguilar, JaimeCastro, JosethTurcios, ElvisWatts, Tyrese

Recent Events


We held our annual science fair on Friday, 2 June.

Figuring out fungi
7th grade student Matthew G. tests the chemical properties of mushrooms.
7th grade student Emil uses ancient methods to propel items long distances.
Rocket Men!
Mr. Donodeo discusses the details of rocket launches with 5th Grade student Ovidio.
5th grade student Cristian works with dry ice to create frozen water.