La Salle High School

Cincinnati, OH

Loyal Lancers Week of Giving

Show your unconditional loyalty and support the young men who are learning what it means to be a Lancer. Men for Tomorrow, Brothers for Life. La Salle needs your support today. ** Help us hit our 500 participant goal by Friday, April 12th at midnight.

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Mike Wiesman, Director of Advancement
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Have you ever wondered how the phrase, “Let us remember that we are in the holy presence of God” came about?

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De La Salle taught his brothers that if they reminded themselves that God was present at all times in their lives, they would more than likely act as God would want them to act. Thus whenever a brother entered a classroom he would kneel and recall the presence of God.

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What does it mean to be a part of a Lasallian Community?

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To belong to a community that values you for who you are, one that welcomes you with open arms. This welcoming is symbolized in the statue of St. John Baptist de La Salle that greets everyone who enters our school through our courtyard. He reaches out both hands, one holding a book of knowledge and wisdom, the other receiving each person with unconditional and unlimited love. We can find inspiration in De La Salle’s life and spirituality. He listened to people, saw their needs, felt compassion, prayed for God’s spirit, and acted decisively.

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How do we answer The Call to Serve?

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The Lasallian school calls its members to an awareness of the poor and victims of injustice and responds to their needs through programs of community service, advocacy, and justice education. Whether that be through the Canned food drive, repairing a dilapidated house in southeastern Kentucky, tutoring a fellow student, or through the Clothing drive that we just concluded we as Lasallians recognize our shared core value and principle through the Lasallian ideal: “We are.. Called to Serve.”

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How do we support Scholarship?

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De La Salle’s life became a life of service to the children of France trapped in this hopeless cycle, setting up schools throughout France that provided a gratuitous education. For most of his life, John Baptist de La Salle faced a myriad of difficulties and setbacks, but he dedicated his life to God and trained his body and spirit with daily prayer and self-sacrifice. He gathered a group of teachers who became known as the Brothers of the Christian schools. At La Salle we offer 3 comprehensive academic levels, partner with local and international companies to provide an opportunity for all students to develop their skills.

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Where did De La Salle find his inspiration to be a Leader?

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We share our core value of Leadership and the Lasallian networks core principle of Respect for all persons. To know God and his Son, Jesus Christ, is for de la Salle the foundation of the Christian life. This knowledge is possible only by the light of faith. He describes the effect that faith has as the result of a personal experience with Jesus Christ. The aspiration “Live, Jesus, in our Hearts Forever” began as a signal used only by the Brothers in community, but over time was extended for use with their pupils. We strive to offer numerous opportunities for our young men to be leaders in school, the community and their own personal journey to becoming a man.

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How do we express our Faith at La Salle?

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We remind ourselves when you choose to attend La Salle High School, your whole family becomes part of our Lasallian community. Our community consists of our students, faculty, staff and administration. It also consists of the parents of our students, our friends and benefactors, and our over 12, 000 alumni. Our mission is part of an association of over 1,100 Lasallian schools and over 1 million students in 80 countries throughout the world. We call this a “Shared Mission.”

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3091 North Bend Road, Cincinnati, OH 45239
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