La Salle High School

La Salle High School is the name of several educational institutions affiliated with the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, also known as the Lasallian Brothers, a Roman Catholic religious teaching order founded by French Priest Saint Jean-Baptiste de la Salle:

La Salle High School may also refer to the following educational institutions:

In Canada:

  • LaSalle Community Comprehensive High School, in LaSalle, Quebec
  • La Salle Secondary School, in Greater Sudbury, Ontario
  • La Salle Secondary School, in Kingston, Ontario

In Latin America:

In Malaysia:

  • La Salle School, Brickfields in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur
  • La Salle School, Klang, Selangor
  • La Salle High School (Petaling Jaya), in Petaling Jaya, Selangor
  • La Salle Secondary School, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

In Pakistan:

  • La Salle High School Faisalabad, in Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
  • La Salle High School Multan, in Multan, Punjab, Pakistan

In the Philippines:

  • La Salle Green Hills High School, in Mandaluyong City
  • De La Salle-Santiago Zobel High School, in Muntinlipa City

In the United States:

  • La Salle High School (Albany, New York) in Albany, New York
  • La Salle High School (Pasadena, California)
  • La Salle High School (Cincinnati, Ohio)
  • La Salle High School (Miami, Florida)
  • La Salle High School (Milwaukie, Oregon)
  • La Salle High School (Niagara Falls, New York)
  • La Salle High School (Louisiana), in Olla, Louisiana
  • La Salle College High School, in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania
  • LaSalle-Peru High School, in LaSalle, Illinois
  • La Salle High School (Union Gap, Washington)
  • La Salle High School in Iowa, now Xavier High School (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), following a merger with Regis High School in 1998

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La Salle–UST Rivalry
... The rivalry between De La Salle University-Manila Green Archers and the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Growling Tigers is contested at the University Athletic ... to the inconsistent performance of both La Salle and UST, the rivalry now most apparent in women's volleyball where the two teams are frequent finalists in the UAAP Volleyball Championship and the Shakey's V-League ... Prior to La Salle joining the UAAP the two schools met in the championship during the 1948–49 season of the National Seniors Open, a yearly tournament of top collegiate and commercial teams in the country ...
La Salle Causeway
... The La Salle Causeway is a causeway that allows Highway 2 to cross the Cataraqui River (the southern entrance of the Rideau Canal) at Kingston, Ontario ... The La Salle Causeway was named after René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle who oversaw the construction of Fort Frontenac in 1673 at, what is now, the western end of the ...
Fred Salle
... Frédéric Ebong-Salle, better known as Fred Salle (born 10 September 1964) is a retired athlete who specialized in the long jump ...
Salle, Nepal
... Salle is a village and Village Development Committee in Khotang District in the Sagarmatha Zone of eastern Nepal ...

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