Co-curricula Program

The co-curricula program covers a wide range of sporting, arts, cultural and community service activities that are available to all students at the College.

Every student is given the opportunity and encouragement to be involved, and discover and develop their talents through participation in the co-curricula program. All staff members of the College are also expected to be involved in at least one form of co-curricula activity throughout the year.

Through sport and the performing arts, our students take on new challenges both individually and in teams. Our robust social justice program, which we call Lasallian Service, allows us to challenge students’ thinking and nurture compassion. We’re also proud of our social justice immersion programs that enrich students’ understanding of the world around them.

 

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House System

Houses There are four Houses at De La Salle College: Saint Austin’s (yellow) Saint Edwin’s (green) Saint Leo’s (blue) Saint Mark’s (red) Houses play an important role in the co-curricula program by providing the structure by which students and staff … visit this page »

Sport

De La Salle College has a proud sporting tradition. It is considered a high priority and an integral part of each student’s education. The main objective of our programs is to instil in our students a love of sport and … visit this page »

Performing Arts

Through our rich Music and Drama programs, the Performing Arts are thriving at De La Salle College. From beginner musicians to advanced theatre performers and everything in between, our students gain valuable new skills – and have a great time … visit this page »

Immersion Programs

Our range of immersion programs see De La Salle College students travel far and wide to experience another culture. Students gain independence, give back to the local communities and are enriched by these cultural experiences. Language Study Exchanges Students studying a … visit this page »

Social Justice

De La Salle has an enviable reputation nationally and internationally for both our Social Justice awareness and our formal Social Justice programs. From the moment a young man enters the gates of De La Salle he is encouraged to participate in … visit this page »