Academic Excellence

Be on Track. Be Prepared. Be Excellent. 
Academic excellence at Seton LaSalle is an everyday occurrence—from honor roll, to National Honor Society, to student awards, the students of Seton LaSalle never stop reaching for the stars. With over 50% of our students achieving one or more of these accomplishments, we have a student body that is determined, focused and preparing for the future.
Brady-BishopMolly Brady-Bishop has received the Alfred University Scholars Award! Congratulations, Molly! #BeAScholar #BeARebel
2023 NHSCongratulations to our 2023 NHS Inductees! We are so proud of all of their accomplishments and can’t wait to see what the future holds for them. #BeAScholar #BeARebel
Brown '23Congratulations to Margaret Brown, ‘23, on receiving the Academic All-American Award! #BeCreative #BeARebel
2023 WinnerCongratulations to Cassidy Rega, ‘23, who has been named a 2023 Menasha Corporation Foundation Scholarship winner!
Carson ScholarsCongratulations Kaitlyn Darcy, ‘24 and Patrick Weldon, ‘25, who have been selected as 2023 Carson Scholars! Kaitlyn and Patrick were chosen for the award because they demonstrated the highest standards of academic achievement, integrity, civic and social responsibility. We are so proud of you! #BeAScholar #BeARebel
At the WPCTE annual English Festival Awards Ceremony, many SLS alum were recognized for their hard work. Marie
 Fitzgibbon, ‘22, Jenna Corigliano, ‘22, Sara Osterhaus, ‘22, Patrick Guinee, ‘22, and Gina Veltri, ‘22 were a Team Super Winner. Sara Osterhaus, ‘22, also won first place in the individual writing contest and Mackenzie Wade, ‘24, won first place in the individual art contest! #BeCreative #BeOriginal #BeARebel 
Congratulations to Katelyn Foster, ‘24, and Caroline Zini, ‘23 on receiving awards from the Society of Women Engineers! awards
Congratulations to Margaret Brown, ‘23 and Faith Whitley, ‘22 on receiving Academic Achievement in Math and Science awards from the Society of Women Engineers! We are so happy to start off the 2021-22 school year with so much student success! #SuccessBeyondSLS
Margaret Brown, '23, is one of just 50 high school students selected to participate in UPMC's "I Look Like a Cardiologist" Program! The program will consist of four virtual sessions and four meetings with a young physician mentor. Margaret will receive a letter of reference that she can use in the future for college, scholarship, and internship, and future UPMC program applications. 
Margaret is one of 50 students selected out of over 120 applicants. Decisions were based on an application that included her transcripts and test scores, in addition to three essays. 
Congratulations, Margaret!