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Mission Statement

“De La Salle College, Waterford, is an all-boys Catholic school. It is a learning community where all students are valued and educated in preparation for a meaningful life”.

The purpose of this College is to give a human and Christian education to the young. Inspired by the vision of St. John Baptist De La Salle, the Lasallian school prepares young people to take a mature and productive place in society, and the church as free and responsible citizens.

Ethos

De La Salle College, Waterford was founded in 1892 by the De La Salle Brothers and serves as a Catholic school for boys. The aim of De La Salle College is to develop an atmosphere of friendliness, discipline and co-operation where everyone can experience respect, encouragement and support. While every school is a community in which adults and young people live and work together, the Lasallian school is inspired by the vision of St. John Baptist De La Salle, that Gospel values must permeate the life of a Christian school in such a way that students internalise those values and reflect then in their behaviour.

All who work in the College constantly strive to make De La Salle College a welcoming institution. Our behaviour management strategies and pastoral care structures are built on the principles of justice and fairness. We endeavour to fulfill our mission in partnership with parents/guardians, staff, students, trustees and the community.

The purpose of this College is to give a human and Christian education to the young. Inspired by the vision of St. John Baptist De La Salle, the Lasallian school prepares young people to take a mature and productive place in society, and the church as free and responsible citizens.

Message from the Principal

 

As a former pupil of St. Declan’s primary school I was delighted to be appointed to the position as principal of De La Salle College. The college is under the trusteeship of Le Chéile. Le Chéile Schools Trust is comprised of the schools of fifteen religious congregations. The aim of the Trust is to carry on the legal, financial and inspirational role of trusteeship that has, up until recently, been done by individual congregations. At the heart of our educational outlook is a strong Lasallian tradition. It gives me great pleasure that there are still De La Salle brothers in residence in the school. The influence of these men and their predecessors can be felt in the corridors of the school.

The school has a rich tradition of excellence in learning and teaching and extra-curricular activities. I have been impressed by the welcome of a committed staff who take pride in their professionalism and in their students.  It is clear that the school’s prestigious reputation is founded on the strong partnership that exists between the school, parents/guardians and the local community, where all stakeholders endeavour to enable each student reach their optimum.

De La Salle College is an inclusive Catholic school that welcomes students of all faith traditions and of no faith tradition, students of all abilities, in a wide range of activities ranging from academic, sporting, dramatic, musical, cultural, artistic, scientific and spiritual activities to name but a few.

When one becomes a De La Salle student he joins a community that includes De La Salle Brothers, teachers, SNAs and auxiliary staff who really care about him– his academic and personal success, your intellectual and spiritual growth and your potential to make a positive difference in the world. Through our commitment, opportunities are provided for our students to enhance their self-esteem, develop leadership, a sense of responsibility, a civic commitment and a spirit of loyalty.

The College strives to support and develop initiative, self-confidence and the ability to work independently. Excellence in the academic, cultural, musical and sporting areas is encouraged, recognised and celebrated. In the Lasallian tradition, guided by our founder Jean-Baptiste de La Salle, the student is at the centre of all that we do. Our pastoral care and student support system supports student development in an environment based on positivity and in harmony with the vision and Catholic values of the College, enthusiastically pursuing excellence within each student’s capabilities, establishing and maintaining quality relationships and providing leadership opportunities at all levels.

Students are encouraged to constantly seek and speak the truth and to strive for justice in our world. These values are very important for our boys and it is hoped that where boys learn in an environment that respects and accepts these values they will shape their lives according to these values. Close and valuable relationships are established within the school to help students develop qualities that are important both at school and later in life – qualities such as enthusiasm, commitment, independence, competence, loyalty, cooperation and collaboration.

My wish for all our students is that they will all reach their potential and that they will look back on their school days in De La Salle College with fond memories and a network of friends they can be proud of and depend on in times of need. The strength of our school comes from the faith parents/guardians place on us in the school. Thanks to all those who have had, and continue to have this faith in a truly rounded education. When young boys begins their post primary school journey here in De La Salle College it is our hope that they will finish their days at the College as a rounded young man who will take up his place in society with a passion for life, a commitment to excellence, a focus on service, a sense of community and an appreciation of God’s love.

It is our privilege here in De La Salle College to share in the education and development of each student who comes through our doors.

Mick Walsh.

Who wants to be a Thousandaire, supporting partners

De La Salle Brother from France visits our School

Frère Jacques, a De La Salle Brother from France, recalls his visit to our school last year with fondness, in this article, that was published in a french magazine.

The English translation follows the original French article

Frere Jacques (French)

Frere Jaques (English)

 

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De La Salle College Supporters

Annual Admission Notice and Application Form

Use of face coverings in Post primary schools

Who wants to be a Thousandaire

Calculated Grades 2020 - Information for Parents and 6th year students

Dear 6th years ,
All the best on Monday.
Please find the attached link to education.ie on Leaving Certificate 2020: your questions answered.
Also a detailed document from IGC, 6th year, the results are out, what now, a guide for students and parents.
Kind Regards
Margaret Betts
Principal
De La Salle College

Return to School during Covid-19 letter from Dr. Ronan Glynn, Acting Chief Medical Officer

De la Salle College Covid-19 Response Plan

Assessment Arrangements For Junior Cycle and Leaving Certificate Examinations 2021

DLS College Calendar, School Year 2020-2021

Return to School message from the Principal

De La Salle Calendar & Booklists 2020 - 2021

State Examinations Commission Notice re Examinations Fee Refund

De La Salle College Waterford Summer 2020 Newsletter

DLS Graduation 2020 Farewell

Letter to 6th year students 2020 from the Principal

A Guide to Calculated grades for Leaving Certificate students 2020

Book Grant application form for academic year 20/21

Book Rental now closed

For the attention of Leaving Cert students and their parents - free Stress Control online advice from the National Psychological Support Services(NEPS)

Advice for parents and student well-being

Night Study 2020

Monday Night 6th January Thursday 28th May 2020
 OUR Night Study facility is open to ALL 6th year students in the Waterford area. Night Study is fully supervised in Our Senior Library and runs from Monday – Thursday, 7:00pm - 9:00pm.

Night Study Fees - 4 Nights €160
*Night Study does not run during Our Midterm break and College closures’. Closures will be announced and are listed on DLS school calendar.

Enrollments to 051-875294 amd Application forms are available from  reception and online here.

Fees must be paid before commencement.

Reception/Office is open to accept payment from 6:30pm Monday 6th January 2020.

Christmas Newsletter 2019

Booklists 2019 - 2020

College Calendar 2019 - 2020

The Irish Association for the Lasallian Mission

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Mission Statement

“De La Salle College, Waterford, is an all-boys Catholic school. It is a learning community where all students are valued and educated in preparation for a meaningful life”.

The purpose of this College is to give a human and Christian education to the young. Inspired by the vision of St. John Baptist De La Salle, the Lasallian school prepares young people to take a mature and productive place in society, and the church as free and responsible citizens.

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