La Salle College Alumni
The La Salle College Alumni began in 2008 and provides an opportunity for all past students to remain in contact. Through our Alumni we wish to maintain the relationships formed and keep the spirit of La Salle College alive through College functions and class reunions.
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CLASS OF 2015 - Wednesday 3 May 2017
The Alumni Class of 2015 reunion dinner will be held on Wednesday 3 May at The 7th Avenue Bar and Restaurant. An invitation has been emailed and posted to Alumni members for this event. To update your contact details, please call the Community Relations Department on 9449 0635 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CLASS OF 2014
The Alumni Class of 2014 reunion dinner was held in conjunction with the Hall of Excellence Gala Dinner on Friday 9 September 2016. Details of the 5 year reunion will be sent in 2019. To update your contact details, please call the Community Relations Department on 9449 0635 or email email@example.com
CLASS OF 2013
The Alumni Class of 2013 reunion dinner was held on Wednesday 22 April 2015 at Valley View Restaurant, Henley Brook.
CLASS OF 2011 and 2012
The Alumni Classes of 2011 and 2012 held their reunion at the Hall of Excellence and 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Gala Dinner on Friday 12 September 2014 in the Patricia Rodrigues Centre.
CLASS OF 2004 – 10 Year Reunion
The Class of 2004 reunion was held in November 2014. Should you wish to register your name for future events, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9449 0635. Alternatively please email Steven Nicholas email@example.com
CLASS OF 2010
CLASS OF 1994 - 20 Year Reunion
Reunion details to be published when details have been confirmed.
CLASS OF 1992 - 25 Year Reunion
The Class of 1992 25 year reunion will be held on Saturday 18 November 2017 commencing at 7pm at the Woodbridge Hotel. Please contact Natalie Insley on 0417 956 223 for more information and to RSVP or visit the La Salle Class of '92 25 Year Reunion Facebook page.
The Class of 1994 reunion was held in October 2014. Should you wish to register your name for future events, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9449 0635. Alternatively please email Nicole Richardson email@example.com
Class of 1975 - 40 Year Reunion
The Class of 1975 held their 40th year reunion on Saturday 7 November at Mandoon Estate. For those who were able to attend, it was an opportunity to catch up on 40 years that had passed since their last farewell and also a time to reminisce about being a student at La Salle College. Now based in Broome, Br Fitzhardinge, La Salle College Principal from 1972 to 1973 (the Brother Fitzhardinge Trade Skills Centre is named in his honour) flew to attend this special gathering. Mr Bevan Carter, the students’ Year 11 and 12 teacher was also in attendance. For Mr Bevan, his association with the College continues as a Grandparent of a current student.
La Salle History – extracted from the La Salle College First Fifty Years publication.
In April 172, a letter from the St Brigid’s School Administrative Committee was received concerning the possibility and feasibility of establishing a co-educational school combing secondary students of both La Salle and St Brigid’s. On 8 September, a special meeting of the Board of Management was held at which the following resolution was passed: “that La Salle College enter the field of co-education for first, second and third year as a co-intuitional College with co-institutional and shared facilities, the La Salle campus to be comprised of La Salle Boys’ College and La Salle Girls’ College.”
Co-education was a new concept for Catholics, though it had been in State schools for some time. In 1973 when the school year commenced the girls had separate classrooms but shared external yards and grounds. From 1974 onwards the College became completely co-educational.
During 1973, Sr Leo was Principal of La Salle Girls’ College, while Brother Fitzhardinge was Principal of La Salle Boys’ College and in charge overall of the affairs of the combined schools.