About Us

The College educates over 1,000 students across three centrally located campuses – Tiverton, Holy Eucharist and Kinnoull. Each campus is aligned for each stage of your son’s development. The College has an open enrolment policy and provides a contemporary learning community that encourages and supports personal excellence.

Founded in 1912, De La Salle College provides a Catholic education in the Lasallian tradition for students in Years 5 — 12. A non-zoned Catholic boys’ school; De La Salle College welcomes students throughout the Melbourne metropolitan area.

Our holistic learning environment and specialised programs ensure De La Salle students are challenged and supported throughout their school years. We provide a variety of pathways including VCE, VET and VCAL and our students learn in a community of faith and growth, founded on a culture of social justice. Our support networks, committed teaching staff and evolving technologies ensure our students reach their full potential throughout their education.

Our extensive range of co-curricular opportunities complements classroom learning and provides a broadening of perspective for our students. Our rich music and drama programs cater for students interested in the performing arts, with performance and private tuition available. We offer various sports choices for students at school level, as well as state level competitions.

We are committed to social justice and helping others and students participate in fundraising or volunteer initiatives throughout each year. We prepare our students to fully participate in society with the skills for life-long learning and a foundation based on the Lasallian faith experience to value, respect and welcome all.

Application forms are available here or contact our Registrar via email or (03) 9508 2186 for more information about the De La Salle College enrolment process.

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Our Philosophy

At De La Salle College, we take pride in our record as a learning community that encourages and expects personal excellence. We prepare our students to fully participate in society with the skills for life-long learning and a foundation based … visit this page »

Principal’s Welcome

Welcome to De La Salle College, a Catholic school in the Lasallian tradition. At De La Salle, our students learn, live and lead. A simple philosophy, but very important as boys learn to take on leadership roles and become active … visit this page »

Strategic Plan 2020 — 2023

The De La Salle College 2020 — 2023 Strategic Plan is now available. De La Salle College aims to cement its position and reputation as the pre-eminent provider of a quality Catholic, Lasallian education for boys in Melbourne. The Strategic … visit this page »

History

Beginning over a century ago with 54 boys in a parish hall, our College now educates over 1,000 students across three campuses. It’s a rich history and one that informs our direction for the future. Early History from 1912 Three Irish … visit this page »

Facilities

De La Salle College is a wonderful blend of the old and the new. Many of the original buildings still stand and are an iconic part of the local landscape. Over the years, as De La Salle expanded and our … visit this page »

College Board

Board Directors are appointed by the Shareholding Member, which is the Visitor (Provincial) of the De La Salle Brothers. The College Board’s responsibility is to provide governance under the guidance of the College constitution. The Principal and the appointed Executive … visit this page »

College Executive

The College Executive meet weekly to consider the strategic direction of the College community and ensure the ongoing effective leadership and management of the organisation. All aspects of the College are represented in the Executive, where there exists a wide … visit this page »

College Results

2020 VCE Results Outstanding VCE results ‑Congratulations to the De La Salle Class of 2020!    The Median Study Score for 2020 is 30, keeping us in line with the State average and many “like” schools The percentage of Study Scores … visit this page »