La Salle Academy honored Brother Ralph J. Darmento, F.S.C., deputy superintendent of Catholic schools in the Diocese of Brooklyn and member of La Salle’s board of trustees, at its 27th annual spring gala at The Pierre Hotel in Manhattan.
Founded in 1848 by the Brothers of the Christian Schools, La Salle Academy is a private, all boys high school in Manhattan.
Eighth-grade students in New York City are just two weeks away from taking the Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools (TACHS) and choosing the high schools they wish to attend next year.
La Salle Academy is one of the oldest Catholic high schools in Manhattan, educating young men in the Lasallian tradition for 170 years. Accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, La Salle is rich in tradition and service, and offers a host of innovative programming.
More than 40 students from the Diocese of Brooklyn and the New York Archdiocese were invited to Washington, D.C., Feb. 23 to visit different historical monuments that highlighted the African-American culture, including the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial and the National African American History and Culture Museum.
An Advent Mass was attended by not only students, faculty and staff, but also La Salle Academy alumni. Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio shared a homily in which he discussed the meaning of Christmas.
Accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges and a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, La Salle Academy is one of the oldest Catholic high schools in New York City.