6th-8th Grade Prospective Students

UPCOMING EVENTS

REBEL FALL FEST

Saturday, October 8 from 6-8pm

7th-8th graders

Register: https://www.slshs.org/apps/form/simmons2022 

 

FINANCIAL AID NIGHT

Wednesday, November 9 from 6-7pm

Parents/Guardians

Register: https://www.slshs.org/apps/form/financialaid2022-23

 

FALL REBEL REC

Friday, November 11 from 6-8pm

6th-8th graders

Register: https://www.slshs.org/apps/form/rebelrecnov11

 

TOP GOLF

Monday, November 28 from 12-2pm

7th-8th graders

Register: https://www.slshs.org/apps/form/topgolf22

 

FINANCIAL AID NIGHT

Monday, January 9 from 6-7pm

Parents/Guardians

Register: https://www.slshs.org/apps/form/financialaid2022-23

 
 

 

Meet Mrs. KR! 

BKRSeton LaSalle is a community where students feel personally known, challenged, supported, and welcomed. When students say that our school feels like a family, they’re talking about the teachers and staff as much as they’re talking about their peers. We’re proud to be different. 
 
We’re the Seton LaSalle Rebels because we Rebel against the things in our culture that, if left unchallenged, want us to forget our dignity, identity, and potential. We Rebel by standing up for the values of responsibility, respect, and kindness, and we foster a culture where each person’s gifts and talents are developed and appreciated. We care about helping each student be the best he or she can be, and we have the freedom to serve every student academically, spiritually, and personally. 
 
There's something for everyone, and we want to do whatever we can to help each student love their high school experience. Please give me a call or send me an email. I view my role as the Director of Admissions as a ministry, so to hear from you would be a gift in my day. Helping your family find the right fit is a privilege and a joy. I may not know you yet, but please know that I am praying for you. May you feel God's love in a special way today.
 
In Faith and Charity, 
BKR SIGN
Bridgette Kennedy-Riske
Director of Admissions
(412) 561-3583 ext. 1127
[email protected]
 
 
rebel family

WHY DYANA ESCOBAR, '23, CHOSE SETON LASALLE

Dyana Escobar

 
I chose to attend SLS because it captured my interest in many ways. It was welcomingkind, and giving. It offered me many clubs and activities for anyone to join or participate in. It was a place that made me feel welcomed and where I could be myself. As soon as you walk in, you feel a great burst of energy and good vibes. 
 
 
 
 
 
 

SLS ALLOWS SAM CARROLL, '20, TO FIT IN WHILE STANDING OUT

Sam Carroll
 
By far, the greatest aspect of SLS is its unity. The atmosphere of this school helps to make sure that nobody feels left out. The large body of friendly, accepting students also nurtures this feeling, and the wide range of activities allows for anyone to be involved with almost anything they're interested in.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

THE ACADEMIC CHALLENGE HALEY PARKER, '21, WAS LOOKING FOR

Haley Parker
I chose to attend Seton LaSalle for its academic excellence and the many opportunities I felt it would provide me. I attended a public high school my freshman year, but I felt I wasn't be challenged enough academically and that if I continued my education there, it wouldn't offer me the future I was hoping to have. I transferred my sophomore year to Seton LaSalle and it has been the best academic decision I have ever made. I am being challenged academically and socially, while also being prepared for college and the real world. Attending Seton LaSalle has opened up many doors for me educationally, socially, and professionally and it is such a blessing to be able to attend such a school.
 
 
 

WHAT MAKES OUR COMMUNITY UNFORGETTABLE FOR LUKE MANION, '20:

Luke Manion
The best things about Seton LaSalle are the size, the people, the atmosphere, and the dedication of the staff. The size is perfect –– large enough that everybody has friends with similar interests, there are great athletic programs, and plenty of clubs, but small enough that everybody knows each other. The other great thing about the size is that most classes have a fairly low number of students, so you have a more personalized learning experience.  The people are great –– we have students from so many different areas of Pittsburgh, so there is lots of diversity in the student body. The atmosphere is great. You can tell that people want to be at school (as much as high schoolers possibly can want to go to school). Lastly, one of the best things about Seton LaSalle is the dedication of the staff, we have teachers like Mr. Manear, who has been teaching at SLS since South Hills Catholic opened. You are always able to find teachers at sporting events, such as football games each and every week. Seton LaSalle is an amazing environment because of the unique mixture of the size, students, atmosphere and dedicated staff. 
Stay up-to-date on #AllThingsRebels with our student-run newspaper serving the Seton LaSalle Catholic High School community. This publication features student-generated content and offers students the opportunity to learn about journalism and interact with modern publishing technology.
 
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