Local schools (in the Howth Deanery) have now applied through the Deanery form. However, each year there are a limited number of places for direct application to the school. Anyone may apply directly. The number of places is very limited, as Ardscoil La Salle makes a feature of small classes and an overall number which allows every student to know every other student. These 'extra' places are expected to be taken up very quickly. If you are interested please phone 01 848 0055 or email email@example.com .
Our annual Open Evening will take place on Thursday, 12 September, from 7pm - 9pm. All Are Welcome.
As both Dublin Ladies and Mens teams are playing in the All-Ireland finals this weekend we will have a Blue Day this Friday. Students can wear a Dublin top or just wear blue for the day, donations of €2 will be collected and given to St. Francis Hospice.
As always, staff can take part, and we'll even let an odd Kerry, Cavan or Mayo jersey slip through on the day:)
Higher Options is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition for Leaving Cert students, who want to know what options are available to them after the Leaving Cert.
The Junior Cycle provisional Results for 2019 will be available online and in the school on Friday 4th October 2019.
Classroom Based Assessments (CBAs) are part of the Junior Cert and take place during the school year. They take place for 2nd and 3rd years. This means that during 2nd and 3rd years students are earning marks every month that will appear in their Junior Cert Results.
They usually take 6 weeks each to complete and there is usually a practice run in the weeks before. They are spread throughout the school year as each student has many of these to do. Students will be informed of the schedule. At any given time our 2nd and 3rd year students will be doing several CBAs at the same time. The CBAs must be done strictly at the set time and no provision will be made to make them up at another time, unless they are missed due to a well documented medical emergency.
It is vitally important that all Junior Cert students have excellent attendance during the coming year - missed time means missed parts of the CBAs, and this means missed marks in the Junior Cert.
Parents will have noticed that Ardscoil La Salle has pushed the Attendance issue to the forefront, starting last year. This will continue more strongly in the current year. With the advent of CBAs it directly affects exam results on a day to day basis.
December Art 2019
By Dean, George and Arthur
By Leilah and Finn
By Arthur and George