President - Denise L. Jones Principal - Andrew Kuffner
With more than 5,000 alumni, La Salle was founded in 1966 by the Brothers of the Christian Schools and is among 1,600 Lasallian schools worldwide.
Enrollment for 2013-2014
Total Students (Grades 9-12): 705
Girls: 320 (45%)
Boys: 385 (55%)
Other faiths: 40%
Ethnic Diversity - 28%
American Indian: 1%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 9%
Faculty and Staff for 2012-2013
Master’s degrees+: 85%
Average class size: 27
Student-teacher ratio: 15:1
Alumni on staff: 10
2013-2014 Tuition & Fees: $11,688
2013-2014 Financial Aid
La Salle Prep awarded $1,800,000 to 52% of our student body. These awards ranged from $500 - $11,688, with an average grant size of $4,750 per recipient.
Ninety-seven percent (97%) of the graduating class of 2013 indicated they would continue their education at the college level upon graduation. Visit lsprep.org for graduation requirements.
Our graduating classes over the last three years have been awarded an average of $10 million in college scholarships
97% of graduating seniors attending college
83% of graduating seniors attending 4 Year
14% of graduating seniors attending 2 Year
Scholarship, grand total average over the last 3 years: $10.3 million
Standardized testing averages for Classes 2011-2013
SAT Reasoning Test
Critical Reading: 545
ACT Composite: 23.6
171 students took 1 or more AP exams in the spring of 2013. 75% scored 3 or higher.
AP Courses: 13 courses offered
Honors Courses: 14 courses offered
College Courses: 9 courses offered
STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) Academy
Lasallian Scholar designation/LEAP
World Languages: Spanish, French, German and Chinese
School colors: royal blue and scarlet red
Teams: 36 school-sponsored teams plus four athletic clubs.
State championships: 33 state championships in school history
Division: 4A level in the Tri-Valley Conference
Vibrant Co-Ed Student Life
Travel opportunities include: Harvard Model Congress in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Moab, Costa Rica, France, Germany, California, Arizona, Montana and across Oregon.
Student clubs include Book, Chess (2012 State Champs), Community 101, Dance, Engineering, Gaming, Human Rights, Movies, Sewing Dresses for Young Girls in Africa, Multi-cultural, Open Mic, Outdoors, Paintball, Robotics, Science Fiction Books, Speech & Debate, Spirit, Ultimate Frisbee and more.
Students work together on meaningful and enriching service projects woven into the curriculum as well as perform individual service related to the project for each grade level.
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.
The school’s 34-acre closed campus features on-going facility enhancements located at 11999 SE Fuller Road in Portland, Oregon.
Office of Admissions, 503.353.1413, email@example.com