Not all learning happens in our classrooms. Extra-curricular activities on and off campus are a great way to engage and have fun with fellow Cadets, learn something new, and offer service to our communities. There’s something for everyone!
More than anything, what separates La Salle Institute from other schools is its commitment to developing the whole student and helping each student develop a faith-based relationship with God. Campus Ministry coordinates grade-level retreats and many community service opportunities. Daily reflections by the Campus Minister and a Chapel that is open all day, every day, allow students to grow and develop in their spiritual life.
With over 30 clubs and activities led by inspired and enthusiastic faculty, there are opportunities for every interested student at every grade level, allowing students to explore their passions and develop new ones. Before and after school activities keep the school alive from early morning to late in the day, adding energy to campus life.
The band ensembles at La Salle Institute offer students the opportunity to develop skills in many styles of music including classical, jazz, rock, gospel and even pop music!
Fine Arts classes in Middle School and High School are designed to encourage creativity and develop artistic skills and interests. Art students participate in co-curricular projects, field trips, art clubs and campus-wide community service projects.