COVID-19 Updates

In consultation with the Pasadena Health Department, La Salle College Prep offers this COVID-19 page as a resource to students, parents, faculty, staff, coaches and other affected campus community members. Please check back often for the latest updates.

Current Protocols for all students, faculty, staff and coaches - As of 7-20-22

While being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 is not a requirement for enrollment or employment at La Salle, it is highly recommended. Vaccinations are safe and effective and reduce the risk of severe illness. Vaccinations can reduce the spread of disease, which helps protect those who get vaccinated and the people around them. For additional information and a list of vaccination locations, click here.

At this time, masking of students, faculty, staff, and coaches is not required but is highly recommended. Those who wish to wear a mask may still do so. For additional information about masking, click here.

At this time, periodic testing of students, faculty, staff, and coaches is not required. Those who wish to test on their own may still do so at their own expense. For a list of area testing locations, click here.

Daily Screening
While La Salle is no longer requiring the use of the MyMedBot app to enter campus, we ask that everyone self-screen themselves at home prior to coming to campus. Those exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 must stay home. Symptoms include but are not limited to fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, vomiting, diarrhea. If you’re not sure whether symptoms exist, we ask that you remain home and consult your medical professional.

Extracurricular Activities (athletics, performing arts, field trips, transportation, etc.)
In addition to the above protocols, additional guidelines may be put in place for all La Salle extracurricular events and use of school transportation. Coaches and moderators will provide students and families with additional information for each event as necessary.

Best Practices
It takes a village!! The entire La Salle community should be practicing the following behaviors: stay home if you are sick, wash your hands frequently, cover your mouth when coughing, practice physical distancing, and get vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19.

What happens when there is a school-related positive case?

La Salle is required to report all school related positive COVID-19 cases to the Pasadena Health Department. This includes all current students, faculty, staff, and coaches who test positive. We are not required to report any positive cases involving siblings, parents, relatives, neighbors, etc.

To report a school related positive case, please click here to fill out the form or copy/paste the below questions (with your answers) into an email message and send to

  • Are you a current student or employee? (If neither, there is no need to report the case to La Salle).
  • What is your first name and last name?
  • What is your date of birth?
  • What is your street address?
  • Are you experiencing homelessness? If so, where is the general location you reside?
  • What is your phone number?
  • What day and date did you notify La Salle?
  • Are you experiencing symptoms? If so, what day and date did those symptoms begin?
  • What day and date were you last on campus?
  • What day and date did you take your COVID test?
  • What type of test was it? (PCR, Antigen, Take-Home, etc.)
  • What were the test results?
  • What day and date did you begin your isolation?
  • What is your vaccination status? (Fully vaccinated; Fully vaccinated and boosted; Not vaccinated).
  • If this is a student case, please indicate your parent’s first name, last name, address, phone number.

After receiving the above information, a member of the campus COVID case team will contact you with isolation, testing and additional instructions.

Asymptomatic close contacts (those within 6 feet indoors of the subject case for more than 15 minutes) will be notified via email, and while quarantining is not required, masking for 10 days and testing 3-5 days after exposure is required.

Asymptomatic shared space contacts (shared the same indoor space with the subject case for more than 15 minutes) will be notified via email. Quarantining is not required. Additionally, masking and testing is not required but highly recommended.


La Salle College Preparatory was founded in 1956. Today, we are the only truly diverse and co-educational Catholic high school in Pasadena.