- How Do I Apply To Seton LaSalle?
- How Much Does It Cost To Attend?
- How Does Seton LaSalle Prepare My Child For College?
- Can We Schedule A Visit To See The School?
- Do You Offer Financial Aid or Scholarships?
- Does Seton LaSalle Welcome Students Who Aren't Catholic?
- Are There A Lot Of Sports And Clubs Available?
- Can I Transfer to Seton LaSalle?
You may fill out and submit the online form by clicking HERE.
Or, you may access the paper application HERE. Please print out, fill out and mail to:
If you have questions about Seton LaSalle or the application process, please feel free to contact the Director of Admissions at (412) 561-3583 ext. 1127.
For more information on the admissions process or how to schedule a visit, click HERE.
2017-18 Tuition Rates
Catholic Students: $10,800
Non-Catholic Students: $11,475
International Students: $13,925
Activity Fee (All students): $390
Technology Fee (Freshmen Only): $200
Graduation Fee (Seniors Only): $150
If you have more than one student enrolled at Seton LaSalle, we offer a $500 discount per child.
Payment in Full by July 14, 2017: Payment made directly to Seton LaSalle. An invoice will be sent in June, 2017. Please note: the activity fee will be included in the invoice. No service charge if payment made by July 14, 2017.
Smart Tuition 10-Month Payment Plan: The ten monthly payments will begin in July with the final payment due April, 2018. For Smart Tuition enrollment instructions, click HERE. To access your Smart Tuition account, click HERE. Questions? Contact Dawn Siatkosky, Business Manager at email@example.com or 412-561-583 ext. 1140.
Seton LaSalle is a college preparatory school. More than 92% of graduates attend institutions of high learning.
SLS is ranked in the top 5% of Catholic High Schools nationwide. It has produced 17 National Merit Scholars in the past 5 years. Seton LaSalle students are offered generous scholarships - academic, athletic and special interest- typically averaging over $2 million each year.
The Class of 2015 was accepted to 92 colleges and universities including: Notre Dame, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pennsylvania (Penn), Northwestern University, Boston College, Duke University, Georgetown University, Rice University, Villanova University. The Class of 2014 included one National AP Scholar - a student who took at least 8 AP exams and earned a 4 or 5 on all; two $10,000 Scholarship Winners from EQT's Aspire Program; one National English Honor Society Scholarship Winner of $5,000.
To learn about more academic advantages at SLS, click HERE
Open HouseEach year, we open our doors at Seton LaSalle and invite any interested families to visit. This gives you a chance to:
- Meet our highly-qualified faculty and staff
- Learn about our Freshman Academy program and our rigorous curriculum
- Familiarize yourself with our 40+ clubs and activities
- Visit our state-of-the-art production studio in our Innovation Lab, and our brand new Kay Murdy Media Center
- Hear about our athletics programs from our dedicated coaches and athletes
- Interact with the latest collaborative learning tools, including our Google JAMbaord
- Experience virtual and augmented reality technology
- Explore scholarship and financial aid opportunities
We open our school to any interested students and their families. Experience for yourself the unique atmosphere here - one that is kind, friendly and accepting!
Shadow a Student
We believe this is the best way for prospective students to witness what makes our school special. You can spend the day with a current student - attending classes, eating lunch and making new friends. Simply contact our Director of Admissions at (412) 561-3583 ext. 1127.
Rebel for a Day
Each school year, we give any current 8th grader the opportunity to spend a day in the life of a Rebel at Seton LaSalle. Students will get to meet current Rebels and teachers, learn about the curriculum, and experience the school for themselves.
Visit our Admissions page for more details, or contact our Admissions Director at (412) 561-3583 ext. 1127.
Financial Aid Application (FACTS)
FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment will be conducting the financial need analysis for Seton LaSalle for the upcoming 2018-19 academic year. Families applying for financial aid will need to complete an application and submit the necessary supporting documentation to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. Applicants can apply online starting January 22, 2018 by clicking HERE to connect to FACTS online. Once an online application has been completed, the following information will need to be sent to FACTS to complete the application process:
- Copies of your most recent Federal tax forms including all supporting tax schedules.
- Copies of your 2017 W-2 forms for both you and your spouse.
- Copies of supporting documentation for Social Security Income, Welfare, Child Support, Food Stamps, Workers’ Compensation, and TANF.All supporting documentation can be uploaded in pdf format online.
All supporting documentation can be uploaded in pdf format online. This year, FACTS transitioned to online-only applications, so paper applications are not available.
If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 1-866-441-4637.
If you have any questions regarding financial assistance, please contact Dawn Siatkosky, Business Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-561-3583 ext. 1140.
Seton LaSalle is a Catholic High School that educates anywhere from 10% to 20% of students from other denominations and faiths. We welcome the diverse conversation in Religion classes produced from students from different religious backgrounds.
Our students like to say that "God is everywhere at Seton-La Salle."
That is our goal - to help students know God, interpret our values through the lens of Catholicism and apply those principles in life.
Prayer starts our day, so we can remember where our priorities lie. Our school community celebrates Mass twice a month and holds student-led spiritual retreats. Religion is a required class every year so students can understand the Bible and the underpinnings of Christianity. We believe revering God and recognizing that all are created in His image encourages respect and kindness among our student body. We require students to perform service and offer many opportunities to do so with their classmates such as volunteering with area soup kitchens, Special Olympics and the "Junior/Senior Prom" with nursing home residents.
No matter where you are on your faith journey, you are welcome here.
Seton LaSalle offers 20 WPIAL Varsity sports. We are proud of our legacy of excellence in athletics that regularly produces Section Champions, WPIAL Champions and PIAA Champions. SLS was awarded the 2014 and 2015 "Best Athletic Program in WPIAL Class AA" by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. More importantly, our coaches impart our Catholic identity through Sports Leader by employing Virtues of the Week, mentoring and ceremony. Despite our level of achievement, our sports are accessible, even to athletes new to a sport, and many athletes play more than one varsity sport. To learn more about athletics, click HERE.
SLS offers more than 30 plus clubs, organizations and activities: Nationally-Ranked Vocal Group. Exceptional Forensics. High-tech Computer Technology Club. What is your interest? Guitar? Blogging? Constructing a theater set? Designing for 3D printing? Wherever your passions lie, you can find a place to express them at Seton LaSalle - and make friends who enjoy the same thing! To learn more about student life, click HERE.
All potential transfer students must contact the Admissions Director at (412) 561-3583 ext. 1127. The student will undergo two interviews: the first with the Admissions Director; the second with Principal Lauren Martin. The prospective student must submit a transcript and meet with Director of Guidance, Tim Zugates, to assess the student's curriculum needs and establish a course schedule.
- Top 5% of Nation's Catholic High Schools in Catholic High School Honor Roll
- One of the largest Co-Ed Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Pittsburgh
- Student-Teacher ratio 12:1
- 16 Advanced Placement courses, 43 Honors courses
- 30 Fine Arts courses
- STREAM courses, including Robotics, Astronomy, Computer Science
- All new Innovation Center and Computer Lab as Phase 1 of STREAM Initiative
- State-of-the-art Kay Murdy Media Center encourages collaborative thinking
- Championship Athletic and Extensive Activities Programs
- Full Middle States Accreditation
- Generous Scholarships and Grants available
- Centered in Faith....Surrounded by Family