MOAB and the Canyonlands Field Institute
Every April a group of La Salle students learn in the deserts of Utah.
Boston and Harvard Model Congress
Harvard Model Congress offers an exciting opportunity for juniors and seniors at La Salle to experience American government first-hand through a unique government simulation.
Immersion and service trips
Participants work with children at the De La Salle Blackfeet School and spend time with De La Salle Christian Brothers and their volunteers learning about the Blackfeet culture and Catholic Social Teaching.
Students and moderators will have the opportunity to learn about and experience first hand the hard journey of our migrant brothers and sisters that cross to the other side and walk through the desert in Arizona.
Students travel to Tacoma and work with the L’Arche community there. Those in the L’Arche home live with and without developmental disabilities. Mutual relationships and trust in God are at the heart of their experience. They celebrate the unique value of every person and recognize our need for one another.
La Salle Prep provides a variety of opportunities for our students to serve at local agencies. Through serving locally, students learn about issues that affect our own community and ways to help.
Each year, groups of students travel all over the world. Destinations vary, and have included Germany, France, England, and Puerto Rico.