At La Salle, our partners enhance the academic experience inside and outside the classroom. La Salle is connected to several top colleges and universities, including engineering powerhouse The Cooper Union, our Lasallian affiliates, Manhattan College and La Salle University, as well as St. John’s University. We also have unique relationships with two New York City high schools, including St. Joseph High School, one of the finest all-girls Catholic college preparatory institutions in downtown Brooklyn, and The Abraham Joshua Heschel School, a Jewish Day school on the Upper West Side. And we are proud to call Microsoft our technology partner, who provides us with a sophisticated framework for our tablet program.

3rd Street Music School Settlement

La Salle partners with the 3rd Street Music School Settlement just steps away from our campus. The nation’s longest-running community music school, the 3rd Street Music School Settlement provides our students with music instruction at every ability level.

The Abraham Heschel School

Our students gather several times a year for different activities that help foster unity between our two faiths. Students visit the United Nations and the Holocaust Museum, as well as join together in special guest-speaker presentations.

The Cooper Union

La Salle’s neighborhood partner, The Cooper Union’s Albert Nerken School of Engineering drives our esteemed STEAM (STEM with the Arts) program. Students in every grade have the opportunity to become steeped in STEAM curricula through several initiatives: Summer STEM Program, The STEM Days Program, STEM Saturdays, The Saturday ART Program, and the High School Innovators Program.

Google Partnership

La Salle is a Signature High School for Google. Our students participate in their corporate "Googler for a Day" program, a day-long IT intensive training/experience that allows high school students to experience Google's corporate culture and work life for a single day. In addition, La Salle students are afforded the opportunity to visit Google's corporate headquarters in Chelsea and meet with Google's corporate leadership.

La Salle University

This top Lasallian liberal arts institution is developing a dual-credit program that will allow La Salle’s students to earn college credit while attending high school, beginning as early as junior year. Dual credit students will have the opportunity to take college-level courses taught by fully credentialed adjunct and full-time LSU faculty during the summer and/or online.
LSU hosts La Salle each year when our students travel to Philadelphia. Through our La Salle in the City program, students explore “The City of Brotherly Love” to learn our nation’s history.

Manhattan College

Manhattan College has developed a dual-credit program that will launch in the fall of 2016 with a course in American Politics. La Salle's senior honors track students enrolled in this course are afforded three college credits through Manhattan College. The course is taught by La Salle Academy President, Dr. Catherine Guerriero, who is also a ranked adjunct faculty member at Manhattan College. More dual-credit course offerings will be added to our curriculum in fall 2018.

In addition to this academic collaboration with our "uptown" Lasallian partner, Manhattan College's Office of Campus Ministry coordinates annual retreats on campus for La Salle's students and faculty and the college consistently hosts our championship-winning Cardinals at their Division-I level athletic facilities.

Microsoft Corp.

This leading global technology provider powers La Salle’s Tablet program. Every incoming freshman receives a Microsoft Surface 3 that is utilized in a variety of ways to enrich the classroom experience. A Microsoft team provides La Salle with intense training on how to incorporate learning apps, online educational videos, e-textbooks and other tools.

New York Red Bulls

The New York Red Bulls are the official professional soccer team of New York City and the official soccer partner of La Salle Academy. Throughout the academic year, students are given the opportunity to learn from professionals during exclusive soccer clinics as well as attend a select set of New York Red Bulls matches at their stadium located in Harrison, NJ.

New York Univsersity

Considered one of the world's most influential research universities and ranked amongst the top 32 universities in the world, La Salle is thrilled to announce a partnership with New York University. As part of the collaboration, rising La Salle Academy juniors and seniors will have the opportunity to visit and explore the NYU campus as well as receive mentoring services through NYU's Academic Achievement Program. Additionally, NYU will offer guidance to parents in preparing for college that includes counseling in admissions and financial aid. Students will also be eligible to apply for HEOP (Higher Education Opportunity Program), making it easier for them to afford and attend NYU in the future.

St. Joseph High School

This multi-year partnership continues to evolve with many shared opportunities. SJHS students participate in all of our Cooper Union programs, senior prom, parade activities, trips, college fairs, annual Art Expo and Career Day.