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Lasallian Service and Leadership

Meagan’s Hug

The principal themes of Lasallian formation include community, commitment, charism, the founding story, spirituality, pedagogy, and mission. From webinars, spiritual retreats, and single and multi-day professional development workshops and programs, Lasallians are invited to learn more about the Lasallian educational mission, and deepen their role in it.

Inspired by Jesus Christ’s experience with the Apostles and by the Founder’s life with the Brothers, Lasallians associated for the educational mission can participate in a number of formation processes and programs that transmits the Institute’s rich founding sources and develops the personal and professional qualifications needed to meet the challenges of the Lasallian mission. Associating with the Lasallian mission requires integration of the fundamental elements of the Lasallian charism in the personal, community, and professional life of a Lasallian student.

As a Catholic educational community, De La Salle College provides the time, setting, models, experiences, and reinforcements needed to help the student develop positive attitudes and perform positive deeds. Outside the home, De La Salle College provides its students with the best opportunity to experience living in a Christian community wherein all members will be devoted to persons through service to their families, Church, country and other people.

In keeping with the spirit of St. John Baptist de La Salle and in keeping with the school's philosophy, each student will be involved in community service programs. This service component will make up an essential element in every student's program of study.


Lasallian Service at DEL

Students' Acts of Service

Good Shepherd                                     

St. Francis Table

Annual Food Drive

Habitat for Humanity

Christmas Toiletries drive

Terry Fox Charity day

International Youth Assembly

Our students sharing in the ways that gratuity remains an essential part of Lasallian education in the 21st century. During a week of faith, service, and community, our students, together and by association, learn and serve the needs of our lives, our schools, our local communities, and our world.

Crane Ceremony

Out of the Cold

Canadian Blood Services Drive

Serving the Community