Important Notices

Lasallian Zeal Awards

The Achievement and Recognition Policy – Lasallian Zeal aims to enhance the positive learning community whereby students feel respected and valued. It seeks to affirm and develop positive learning behaviours. The Achievement and Recognition Policy – Lasallian Zeal encourages students to set higher goals for themselves and to achieve their personal best. Motivation to learn is dramatically impacted by being successful.

The five Core Lasallian Principles encompass the categories of achievement and recognition and will be known as Lasallian Zeal. Students will build up nominations over the course of their time at De La Salle College.

Students will receive a certificate and a Lasallian Zeal badge in the appropriate colour as described below.

  • Bronze Lasallian Zeal 10 awards in any category
  • Silver Lasallian Zeal 20 awards (10 Bronze Lasallian Zeal plus two in each category)
  • Gold Lasallian Zeal 30 awards (20 Silver Lasallian Zeal plus two in each category)
  • Platinum Lasallian Zeal 40 awards (30 Gold Lasallian Zeal plus two in each category)
Student Name House Mentor Group Award
Rodny Garrido Edwin’s Edwin’s 4 Bronze Zeal
Lachlan Wong Mark’s 9 Benilde Bronze Zeal

Congratulations to the students who received their Bronze Zeal awards.

Ms Lisa Harkin
Deputy Principal — Students

ACCent on Music Event

The ACC Concert, “ACCent on Music”, will be held at Hamer Hall (Arts Centre Melbourne), on Tuesday 18 September at 7:00pm. This will be a wonderful celebration of the individual and collective musical talents of the students across our twelve member Associated Catholic Colleges. This is the third time that we have undertaken an event of this magnitude and there has been a significant amount of preparation carried out by a wide range of people. It promises to be a remarkable evening of entertainment at the premier concert venue in Victoria. The College will be represented by a large number of our talented musicians.

Tickets are on sale now, with ticket costs set at $20 each. There is no set seating area for schools – purchasers can select their seats in either the stalls (bottom level) or circle (middle level). Payment is by credit card on the Arts Centre Melbourne website. There is a separate link provided for each school community which will help track ticket sales generated through each school. These links are available on the ACC website.

Senior Drama Production — April’s Fool

Tickets are now onsale for the Senior Drama coproduction with OLSH Bentleigh of April’s Fool by David Burton. Based on a true story, April’s Fool is a challenging and dynamic contemporary piece about adolescence, grief and community. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children or students, and $50 for a family of two adults and two children.
Click here to book your tickets.

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