Who is a Young Lasallian?
Young Lasallians are a group of spirited individuals (ages 16-35) who are actively involved in the Lasallian educational mission.
- Lasallian Volunteers
Young Lasallians are those who are involved in the Lasallian Educational Mission – including both current and former students, Lasallian Volunteers, teachers, faculty and staff, administrators, and young Brothers. We commit to faith, service and community in dedication to St. John Baptist de La Salle. The term, Young Lasallian, unites all who are connected to the mission of changing and transforming lives of young people, especially the poor, through education.
Young Lasallians have been positively affected by their experiences with the Lasallian Educational Mission and are looking to further their connections to it. This particular age is very influential on the mission as a whole, coming up with creative and innovative ways to keep the Lasallian spirit alive. The Young Lasallian Movement is international, aiming to support young people spiritually, academically and holistically to build a better world.
Lasallian Youth Assembly
The District Office, in cooperation with local schools and works, is sponsoring an assembly for students involved in the Lasallian Youth movement. For a week during the summer, students are engaged in prayer, reflection, service opportunities, education sessions around themes of social justice, and Catholic social teaching. After participating in the Assembly, Lasallian Youth are challenged to promote a culture of faith, service, and community in their home communities.
Lasallian High Schools
Twin Cities, Minnesota
St. Louis, Missouri
Young Lasallian Leadership
Young Lasallians Newsletter
Young Lasallian District Staff
Young Lasallian Coordinator
Phone: (630) 323-3725, ext. 225