Being a student at De La Salle College means being a part of something much greater. While our buildings and grounds create the physical space for us to teach, learn and play, it is our people that create the community.
Through our Old Collegians’ Association, we ensure former students stay connected long after leaving the College. Parents too, play an invaluable role within the De La Salle community. Our Parent Network keeps families connected and facilitates healthy relationships between parents and staff. Sporting clubs, including the DLS Basketball Club and Old Collegians’ Football Club, give players and supporters a reason to don the Blue and Gold.
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De La Salle College is proud to have a thriving parent group, the Parent Network, made up of dedicated parent volunteers across a variety of roles. Our aim The aim of the Parent Network is to assist in the life … visit this page
At the reunions and events run by our Old Collegians’ Association, former students talk proudly about being a ‘De La Boy’. For them, this connection to their school friends and sense of belonging is what sets the College apart. It’s a tangible … visit this page
The DLS Basketball Club was established in 1995 by Br Gerry Barrett. How the club works Friday night basketball matches take place during the winter and summer season. Our coaches and team managers are drawn from our parent community. Parent participation … visit this page
Most Saturdays during winter, the De La Salle community flock to the ‘Dairy Bell’ ground in Malvern, watching one of our many teams boldly defending the Blue and Gold. Established in 1955 as the brainchild of Old Collegian Jim Hawkins, … visit this page
The Community Business Directory was created to promote the goods and services offered by Old Collegians and current parents to other families in the College community, and to foster a culture of supporting one another. Many businesses have offered a … visit this page
In 2012, De La Salle College celebrated 100 years of offering Catholic education to boys in Melbourne. Over one hundred years ago the founding Brothers arrived from Ireland and started the first classes in the original campus in Stanhope Street, … visit this page