Lasallian Education: A Tradition Founded in Excellence



La Salle High School offers a Catholic education in the Lasallian tradition.

The college preparatory curriculum actively engages students in their

own education and prepares them for a lifetime of learning. Students are

held to clear and high standards of academic performance. Support throughout

their high school career helps students to set personal

achievement goals consistent with their interests and abilities.

Students graduate from La Salle ready for college. They complete four

years of study that meet or surpass the admission requirements for the

University of Washington, Washington State University and many private

colleges and universities.


Students are challenged to select courses that are rigorous, open new worlds of thought and experience, and help them develop skills they will use throughout life. Students may take Advanced Placement courses college courses (UW and Grand Canyon Univ.) and honors classes, along with a variety of academic electives. Internet-based courses offer additional opportunities for an enriched program of study. Service learning is an important element of Lasallian education.

    - Low 17-1 teacher-student ratio

    - 94% on to higher
    - Full accreditation from AdvancEd and the Western Catholic
    - Partnership with Grand Canyon University

    - Partnership with University of Washington

    - Partnership with Red Comet Online

Mr. Cody Lamb

Vice Principal for Academics