Life long Lasallians
A connection beyond the College years
At La Salle College, we strive to provide our students with a school experience they’ll continue to cherish after they graduate.
Regardless of how much time passes, we want our students to remain connected to our College community as Lasallians.
La Salle College will be launching its alumni strategy later this year to strengthen our storytelling and recognition of being a Lasallian. We want to reinforce ties between our alumni and the community, so we can celebrate achievements and contributions of our former students.
Please join our Lasallian Alumni network and stay connected to events and stories.
The Class of 1993 celebrated their 30-year La Salle College reunion on the 14 October at the Breakwater in Hillarys. [ pictured above] Around 40 classmates gathered to celebrate, some flying over from Sydney and Adelaide, as well as others who drove a few hours just for the event. Former teachers Mr Sorg, Mr Elloy and Mr Gill were also in attendance to make the special milestone for these Lasallians. It was a memorable night with the group planning to catch up in three years to mark their 50th Birthday celebrations with former classmates.
It always fills us with great pride to see or hear how Lasallians are continuing their journey as life-long learners and contributors in their community.
If you would like to share your story and inspire current and future Lasallians please get in touch by email email@example.com.
The Alumni Newsletter is emailed to our Alumni database once a Term.
Respect Our Own Website Launch
The La Salle College, formally De La Salle College (DLS), Class of ’63 formed a committee some time ago to recognise, acknowledge and honour the sacrifices made by graduates of the College who served in the Vietnam War, over 50 years ago. The Respect Our Own committee identified 21 DLS College graduates who served in that War during the National Service period 1964 to 1972. Read the full story here.