Integral Student Outcomes

As a college preparatory high school, La Salle endeavors to instill the following outcomes and expectations in graduates of its program.


Graduates of La Salle College Preparatory:

I. UNDERSTAND CATHOLIC TEACHING AND PRACTICES AND ARE GUIDED BY THE LASALLIAN FIVE CORE PRINCIPLES AND THE IDEALS OF LEARN. SERVE. LEAD.

Graduates:

· complete four years of religious studies instruction

· participate in a variety of faith-based activities

· engage in service in the context of Catholic social teaching and the Lasallian heritage

· demonstrate leadership in co-curricular activities

II. RESPECT INDIVIDUALS OF DIFFERENT BACKGROUNDS, TALENTS, CULTURES, AND RELIGIONS.

Graduates:

· interact within a widely diverse School and local community

· participate in curricular and co-curricular programs that recognize the value of diversity

III. PRACTICE CHRISTIAN VALUES BY RECOGNIZING AND RESPONDING WITH COMPASSION TO THE NEEDS OF OTHERS, ESPECIALLY THE POOR AND MARGINALIZED.

Graduates:

· engage in activities that serve the local and global community

· have the opportunity to experience the connection between justice and service

IV. INTERPRET, ANALYZE, SYNTHESIZE, AND COMMUNICATE IDEAS.

Graduates:

· complete an academic program that exceeds University of California admissions requirements

· acquire a range of functional critical thinking and research skills related to information, media, and technology

· develop intellectual curiosity and personal integrity

V. VALUE LIFELONG PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, SOCIAL, AND SPIRITUAL WELL-BEING.

Graduates:

· participate in curricular and co-curricular programs that promote lifelong healthy living

· participate in programs that promote student success

· engage in activities promoting spiritual growth, including retreats and prayer opportunities

DISCOVER LA SALLE

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