Lasallian secondary schools strive to enrich each student’s cultural, intellectual, physical, social and spiritual development as they transition into young adulthood by providing personal attention and academic excellence. In addition to relying on the most current teaching methods and technology in the classroom, Lasallian secondary schools offer students volunteer opportunities to promote service and social justice.
Lasallian secondary schools are open to all – regardless of religion, race or economic status. Schools offer generous financial aid to help students in need pursue academic excellence. Four secondary schools follow the Cristo Rey model, which empowers students from families of limited means by challenging students with college preparatory courses while placing students with local businesses where they work once a week to help offset the cost of tuition.
The Lasallian Association of Secondary School Chief Administrators (LASSCA) fosters and preserves a cooperative spirit among the chief administrators of Lasallian secondary schools in the Lasallian Region of North America (RELAN). It establishes a forum for discussion and a vehicle for action whereby the leadership of the member schools collaborate in the promotion of the Lasallian mission. Each year, the LASSCA Conference provides an opportunity for chief administrators to gather together to develop camaraderie, and share best practices and ideas on a given theme in order to advance innovations in teaching, technology and scholarship for their students.