About Seton LaSalle
Seton LaSalle is located on a beautiful 26-acre campus in the Mt. Lebanon neighborhood of Pittsburgh's South Hills. Our grounds include a serene walking/running trail, a multipurpose athletic field, an art studio and gallery, numerous gardens, and a chapel. 64% of our student body comes from Catholic grade schools, while 36% of our students come from public schools. We have students representing 29 area school districts, providing a diverse school community. 98% of our graduates pursue higher education, with our graduates receiving over $7 million in scholarships and grants toward their tuition costs.
Seton LaSalle Catholic High School promotes a holistic approach to developing students for life after high school. Curriculum focuses not only on academic excellence, but also on the development of each student's passions, skills, intellect, and spiritual life to motivate and prepare each student for a lifetime of purpose.
In our Innovation Lab and STREAM Center, you'll find professional A/V capabilities, a computer lab, and a robotics lab. In our Kay Murdy Media Center, you'll find 3D printing, a Google JAMboard for collaboration, and many more tools to help our students turn their dreaming into doing.
The renovated Chemistry, Physics and Biology labs allow students to explore science through classroom instruction
The production studio is home to our Rebel News broadcast. Our professional-grade iMac and Adobe Suite technology provides the opportunity to learn skills behind and in front of the camera.
The Innovation Lab is continually upgraded with new technology for student use and experimentation, including a soldering table, 3D printer, AxiDraw, and drones. Students can take complex tasks from concept to execution, growing through design, engineering, and coding.