To think, a former student of John Hunt writing a book? See what Mr Hunt thought of Tim Ryan's (Class of 1985) novel "East Grand Lake"
Mr. Hunt's Christmas Message: Shakespeare’s choice of 'naughty' in his timeless reflections allows us a broad interpretation, inviting gentle contemplation in a world sometimes unkind. As our Christmas greeting to the Del Community, this choice encourages tolerance and forgiveness, presenting opportunities for indulgence, reflection, and hopeful perspectives, much needed in our complex world
For the 2023-24 school year, Del will have a new principal as Mr. John Voutsinos will take over. Here, Mr. John Hunt re-introduces the Del alumni community to Mr. Voutsinos as he prepares to take the principal's office.
Mr. John Hunt writes a message of Christmas reflection to the Del alumni community
Mr. Hunt celebrates the return of a pre-pandemic Del tradition: Morning Assembly
Inspired by this week's Annual Father Michael Luchka Memorial Golf Tournament, Mr. Hunt reflects on the sport of golf itself:
Earlier this month the Class of 1970 had their 50th reunion, chronicled by Mr. Hunt here:
How Domenique Barbaro (2016) is using her lessons learned at Del to pursue a career in the field of medicine
On Wednesday June 22nd, we got to celebrate our Class of 2022. Learn more about our newest alumni here!
The Alumni Affairs and Development Office offers a message looking forward to the summer season.
We look forward to opening the Rocco L. Martino Innovation Centre this spring and providing our students with a facility they can enjoy and take pride in.
"We have the Innovation Centre, we have the students, prepared to meet Lucretius, Lord of Atomic Theory, Master of the Eternal dance of matter, if we can manage to catch up to him."
Luana Harris (Class of 2002) explains how her education at De La Salle College laid the foundation for a now successful career in the business world.
On Saturday, April 30, 2022, The Office of Alumni Affairs will be hosting the Skate with Daniel Bertoia Alumni Ball Hockey Tournament at the De La Salle Arena on campus. It’s time to start scouting your roster and assembling a championship team
On October 2, 2021, the classes of 1965 – 1969 united on the De La Salle College “Oaklands” campus for their fiftieth reunion
Learn about how Bree Callahan's (DEL 07) time at the College made the difference in her unique career journey.
Learn about how Andre Fenton's (DEL 86) time spent studying the nuances of communications in his youth, led him to becoming a Neuroscientist at New York University.
Learn how Emma De Tommaso (DEL 17) and a team of De La Salle Alumni are putting their faith to action and helping to impact the lives of many more students by introducing Meagan’s HUG to post-secondary schools across Ontario.
Read Marek Malicki's (DEL 66) tribute to the late Tom Harasti (DEL 66).
The events of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth, called the Christ, constitute the very nature and reality of what life on this planet, named Earth, is for us, men and women.
George Maxwell (DEL 93) has had a distinguished career in law enforcement. Learn about how his time at Del prepared him for a life devoted to serving and protecting those in his community.
Del was my school – starting in Grade 6 and finishing in Grade 13. It was truly an amazing experience that taught me a focus that guided me through my subsequent professional careers.
Learn about how Anthony Mastromarini (DEL 16) has successfully translated his experience in medical science and business to help emerging charities develop the tools they need to help others through the Paragon Podcast.
Hannah Beltran (DEL 18) had a tremendous impact during her time at the College as a leader amongst her peers. Now studying public policy, she seeks to pursue a career focusing on human rights seeking to serve others.
In this new world, we have come to realise the limitations and worthlessness of power, money, and fame. In the face of the challenges of this new world, we understand that we have failed to grasp what is important in the end. We have been taught a tough lesson.
The Development Office continues to keep in touch with our very helpful Alumni since there is much to be done. We must enhance the belief that life at Del is healthy and growing.
I owe a lot of this growth to the people I met at the school. The faculty and student body are comprised of skilled athletes, public speakers, artists, musicians, scientists, mathematicians, classical thinkers, leaders, social advocates and more.
We are delighted to profile Victoria Mierzwa (DEL 06) and Katerina Juskey (DEL o8) and their success as young entrepreneurs.
It is an exciting time here at De La Salle College as the renovations of the Del Centre are underway. As time passes, technology advances, and in turn, curriculum must correlate and evolve.
In these trying days of the pandemic of our generation, we too must plan carefully to keep many important facets of our life together. If we have work and our families are well, we must give thanks to Divine Providence for these great gifts.
Pasta it Forward was created in my role as President of the Canadian Italian Heritage Foundation. Pasta it Forward was inspired by the random act of kindness one of my good friends told me about where she bought two trays of lasagna for a mom in need she read about.
We are delighted to be able to profile three current teachers at the College who are all graduates of De La Salle. We asked them what their experience has been like teaching in these unique and challenging times.
I attended Del from 1957 to 1959 in Grades 12 and 13. I had come from a Christian Brothers school in Montreal, Cardinal Newman High School. I was used to their excellent teaching and I liked the classes taught by Brothers Michael, Mel, Wilfrid, Gabriel, and Ambrose.
When I attended George Alexandrowicz’ s funeral, I remembered a Slovak saying that if the sun is shining on the day of your funeral, then your cycle of life is complete and you are going to your eternal reward; if it raining, the raindrops represent your tears at having been called before your time.
In his own words, Hector said that Del "taught me the skills to be an independent, self-directed learner, to adapt to all sorts of work environments, and to work well and closely with all kinds of people."
What started as Easter gifts for her family, turned into so much more. See how Alessia is putting her sewing skills to the test and helping people protect themselves with her initiative.
It is without question that the frontline workers deserve praise and gratitude for their efforts and sacrifice. See how Isabella, Sofia, and Mara have teamed up to show their support and appreciation for healthcare workers.
Alumni Hockey Tournament 2018