Why Seton LaSalle
- Personalized Academics
- Exceptional Opportunities
- Spiritual Formation
- Nurturing Atmosphere
- Coeducational Learning
You are not a number at Seton LaSalle. We get to know you and your academic needs and desires because we insist on a personalized learning environment. Our average student:faculty ratio is 15:1. In most of our courses we offer three or four levels of instruction: Advanced Placement, Honors, Academic and General. That means you can personalize your schedule and courses in a Christian environment. 82% of our faculty members have earned advanced degrees.
In 2018, Seton LaSalle was voted the best private school in the south Pittsburgh region by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette readers.
Seton LaSalle is the perfect size. Here you are encouraged to join.
We believe in opportunities for everyone. PIAA Championship Teams. Nationally-Ranked A Capella Vocal Group. Exceptional Forensics team. High-tech Computer Technology Club. What is your interest? Guitar? Coding? Memorizing Presidential Trivia? 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!
Seton LaSalle offers 20 PIAA-sanctioned athletics teams and 40+ clubs and activities for students. In fact, 85% of our students are involved in two or more extracurricular activities.
"Best Athletics Program in Class AA WPIAL 2015 and 2014" - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Not only do we have a legacy of winning at the Section, WPIAL and PIAA levels, but we insist on Christian character with a program called "Sports Leader." It emphasizes traits of integrity and how to apply them in competition, training and life. Our coaches believe in shaping godly men and women. We have amazing results! Look at the banners covering our gymnasium walls. Look at the Division I athletes succeeding in college - in their sports and academics. Above all, our sports are inclusive. We welcome athletes new to the sport and provide training to allow them to excel. Being Class AA allows more athletes to experiment with one, two and even three varsity sports. To learn more about athletics, click HERE.
Unique offerings like the only student-led a cappella group in the area. Seton LaSalle offers outstanding musical education, theater productions, service clubs and academic leadership. We have the only student-led a cappella group in the area. "Trebels" sang the National Anthem for the Pittsburgh Pirates twice, and advanced to the finals of the national Varsity Vocals Competition.
The Computer Technology Club introduced a 3D printer, robotics kits, drone navigation in addition to computer hardware and coding. Our PJAS Science Team earned 1st place; Academic Games and Forensics members compete and place nationally. In the 2017-18 academic year, our students launched their own chapter of the national club, Girls Who Code. Open to both girls and boys, Girls Who Code empowers and encourages students to explore the world of technology.
We're proud of the variety and depth of our offerings to help students belong. Don't see what piques your interest? Start something new! We welcome student initiative because we're committed to providing opportunities for students to develop God-given talent and enriching friendships.
To learn more about student life, click HERE.
Our goal is to help students come to 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. All students at Seton LaSalle give back to the community through service hours in student-initiated projects. Through these experiences, students see beyond themselves and invest in others with a sense of service that comes from within.
Seton LaSalle is a school that embraces and educates students from many denominations and faiths. We welcome the diverse conversation in religious classes produced from students from varying religious backgrounds and beliefs. Nurturing moral and spiritual development alongside academic excellence is the basis for a well-rounded education, combining lessons learned in the classrooms, on the field or stage, and in the chapel.
No matter where you are in your faith journey, you are welcome here.
Our students and alumni are proud to call themselves Rebels.
For over 40 years, we have provided generations of students with a rigorous and rewarding education that prepares them for exciting and challenging careers. From our academics and athletics, to art and technology, our dedicated teachers and staff help every Rebel find a way to shine.
Seton LaSalle provides a rich and rewarding experience for enthusiastic learners who value faith, friendship, teamwork and self-expression. Everyone belongs at Seton LaSalle — the most ambitious academic student; the natural-born athlete; the stage crew set designer; the avid computer enthusiast; the solitary musician. Our students say Seton LaSalle offers more than just a top-rated educational experience.
At Seton LaSalle, you get more than an education — you build a foundation for life.
Men and women work together — in college, in careers, in homes. We believe that cooperative experience should begin in high school. Coeducational learning is a more natural, real world experience. Students are better prepared to compete in and contribute to the world if their education takes place in an environment similar to what their experiences will be during the rest of their lives.
Seton LaSalle is one of the largest coeducational high school in Pittsburgh's South Hills region, and in 2018, Seton LaSalle was voted as the Best Private School in the south Pittsburgh area by Post-Gazette readers.
Our students enjoy constant interaction in group projects, in the hallways, in the lunchroom, on the fields and the stage. We provide a safe place for them to step outside their comfort zones and make new friends - young men and young women. Learning how to manage relationships and talk with each other is critical to the development of emotional intelligence in children.