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To educate young men and women from diverse backgrounds

with a special concern for the working-class and poor, in the tradition of St. John Baptist de La Salle’s ideals of faith, service, and community, in a Catholic college preparatory school.
La Salle Academy demonstrates concern for the individual. Each student is provided with opportunities to recognize and develop physically, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually in a Catholic environment. 

The Academy provides an environment that instills a respect for life-long learning in each of our students. Young people at La Salle become responsible citizens by developing the ability to think critically, logically, and ethically. They learn to communicate effectively, process information efficiently, and utilize technology to enhance their decision-making capabilities. 

An essential part of La Salle Academy’s mission is the commitment to the religious formation of our students. Through the integration of religious instruction and experience, students deepen their faith in the person of Jesus and their appreciation of his message. They're guided in their understanding of the biblical imperatives of justice and love; preparing them to live as responsible and moral Christians in the 21st century. 

La Salle Academy partners with the families of our student, their first and primary educators. The school creates a welcoming community where students from a variety of socioeconomic, ethnic, and family backgrounds educate one another through mutual understanding, respect, open-minded dialogue, and the acceptance of each person's unique nature and limitations.

Our community fosters growth in the spirit of service, with a particular focus on helping those who are experiencing poverty, prejudice, and injustice. 
La Salle Academy is a high school rich in history and grounded in the person and teachings of Jesus and the Catholic faith, which are core to the school's life and culture. The De La Salle Middle School provides a strong holistic foundation for students to transition into high school. The high school and middle school provide students of diverse ethnic, economic, and religious backgrounds, a community to foster growth in the tradition of St. John Baptist de La Salle’s ideals of faith, service, and community.