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Expected Schoolwide Learning Results (ESLRs)

Mission Statement

Inspired by St. John Baptist de La Salle, La Salle Catholic College Preparatory develops students of faith, service and scholarship by providing a transformative education allowing students to realize their maximum potential and use their gifts to serve Christ and humankind.

La Salle optimizes financial and academic accessibility for students, especially the underserved, who desire a rigorous and relevant education preparing them for college and life.

The La Salle community inspires students to find their voice as global citizens, to put their faith into action and to lead exceptional lives of integrity, honoring the God-given dignity of all.

La Salle graduates are:

I. Academically Competent Individuals Who:
a. Complete a rigorous academic program in the liberal arts tradition that prepares students for higher education.
b. Demonstrate the ability to think critically, act creatively, integrate gospel values, analyze and solve problems in a variety of disciplines.
c. Utilize effective written, oral, technological, and collaborative communication skills.
d. Demonstrate the ability to synthesize information from diverse sources and use that information to evaluate issues of contemporary life.

II. Moral, Spiritual Individuals Who:
a. Honor the presence of God in self and others.
b. Understand the message of Jesus Christ in the tradition of the Catholic Church.
c. Possess the skills to grow ethically and morally as a mature individual.
d. Develop a sense of community which includes an understanding of and respect for the dignity and diversity of others in our increasingly interdependent world.

III. Responsible, Socially Aware Persons Who:
a. Put faith into action by responding to the needs of others, especially the poor and marginalized, through Christian service.
b. Connect learning in the classroom with the need for social justice and responsible citizenship.

IV. Well-Rounded, Life-Long Learners Who:
a. Assume the academic responsibility for their learning.
b. Understand the value of a healthy lifestyle that will enable them to become well-integrated individuals.

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