Sixth Grade students visit the Fire Island Lighthouse beach.

The Brother Thomas P. Casey, FSC Scholarship now exists as a tribute to our founding Executive Director. Consider contributing to this fund, which our Board of Trustees established in Brother Thomas’ honor. By doing so you join us in transforming the lives of the young men entrusted to our care every school day.

To make a difference in a young man’s life please click here. You can choose to sponsor a student for a year, a month, a week, or a day. Opt to make a one-time payment for the full amount or use our secure online monthly payment plan. We deduct your payments automatically from your credit card or bank account using our secure online system.

News and Events

Word of the Week
Culmination: The end or final result

What makes The De La Salle School unique? The De La Salle School is a tuition-free 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.

Discover The De La Salle School

The De La Salle School is featured in Newsday’s Diocese of Rockville Centre Catholic Elementary Schools Guide, in Dr. Kevin Sheehan’s cover story: “The Power of Hope and Its Role in Catholic Education.” Click here to read the full article.

Click here to read The De La Salle School Dispatch.

Our Graduates Excel!

We are so proud of our Graduating Class of 2015. Each of our 15 graduates was accepted into a Catholic high school, after a competitive entrance exam. Our graduates will be attending Bishop Loughlin High School, Kellenberg Memorial High School, Holy Trinity Diocesan High School, and Newtown High School.

We are equally proud of our 133 graduates. This year, we celebrate our first college graduates, from The De La Salle School class of 2007. These three young men graduated from Molloy College, SUNY Farmingdale, and Adelphi University. This year also, ten of the members of our class of 2011 now have graduated from a Catholic or private high school, including Kellenberg Memorial High School, Holy Trinity Diocesan High School, St. Anthony’s High School, and the Waldorf School in Garden City. These young men will join many other graduates at colleges and universities; among the four year colleges where they will be studying are La Salle University, Marist College, Molloy College, Mount St. Mary’s College, St. John’s University, and St. Thomas Aquinas College.

Student Spotlight

Gentleman of the Week
Marcos R., 5th Grade

Writer of the Week
Matthew S., 7th grade

Artist of the Week
Angel M., 5th grade