Enrichment and club offerings allow students to develop skills, explore new passions, or enhance current interests. Through their participation, students find themselves broadening both intellectually and socially. Further, they cultivate their skills as leaders and as compassionate contributors to both the La Salle Middle School community and the community at large.
Many positions within the current job market require not only a college education, but also a good understanding of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Enrichment programs include STEM practices that help prepare students for being successful in higher education and becoming productive members of society. Furthermore, these essential concepts are usually presented in a fun environment, making it easier for kids to retain the information and utilize it when they're in school or in the world.
- DJ Production
- High School Prep
- Launch Code
- Kitchen Science Investigators
- Craft Alliance - Ceramics, Metal-Working, and Glass Blowing
- Hip Hop Dance
- African Dance
- College Exploration
- Diversity Awareness Partnership's Give Respect Get Respect
- SLUH's Upward Bound Program
- Webster's Summer Academy
- Wash U's Middle School Challenge Program
Staff Include: DeShannon Brooks