Academic Excellence

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.
 
 
 
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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
 
ScholarsCongratulations to Sara Osterhaus, '22, and Kathleen Farnan, '22 on being named National Merit Semifinalists in the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship program! Both Seton LaSalle seniors have the opportunity to continue through the competition to receive 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth over $30 million next spring. The 16,000 nationwide semifinalists represent less than 1% of high school seniors. We are so proud of our students!
 
Congratulations to Adeline Meinert, '22 who has been selected for the College Board National Hispanic Recognition Program!Scholar
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Congratulations to Hadia Killang, '21, on being awarded the Academic All-American Award through the National Speech and Debate Honor Society! This award honors her for her academic rigor, competitive speech and debate success, outstanding character and leadership, along with personal excellence.
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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!
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Congratulations to Malia Sigg, '21, who was named a School Winner in the High School Heisman Scholarship Program! School winners are recognized for their outstanding academic and athletic achievements, in addition to their devotion to community service. 
 
Not only is Malia an outstanding student in the classroom, but she is an involved member of our school community as well. She is involved in Student Council and is a leader on the field and on the court as a member of our girls volleyball and girls lacrosse teams.
 
To commemorate this accomplishment, Malia will be presented with a High School Heisman School Winner Award.
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Hadia Killang, '21, is a finalist in the QuestBridge National College Match Program! The program gives students like Hadia, who excel academically, the opportunity to pursue an education through full-tuition scholarships at the nation's most prestigious colleges and universities like Boston College, Columbia, Dartmouth, the University of Notre Dame, Yale, and more. Now that Hadia is officially a finalist, she'll find out on December 1st if she matched with any of the universities she ranked. If it's a match, she's automatically admitted on a full-tuition scholarship! 
 
If she doesn't match with the colleges she requested, she can still submit her application to be considered for admission and generous financial aid and merit scholarships to these same universities.
 
Good luck, Hadia! Your Rebel family is rooting for you!