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De La Salle Alumni


The De La Salle Brothers have a formidable history and reputation in education in Australia. It all began with De La Salle College Armidale, NSW, the first school established by the Brothers in 1906. Today there are 18 schools across the country in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia where Brothers and their lay partners work to educate young people in the Lasallian tradition.

Over the years, over ten million children have been taught by the De La Salle Brothers throughout the world. Many have gone on to stellar careers in their chosen fields. Australian alumni include significant figures in government, business, finance, law, transport, construction, entertainment and retail industries. Here's what one of our 'old boys' you may recognise had to say about the impact his experience with the De La Sale Brothers had on his life - Message from Mark Bouris.

Through alumni connections, former students and staff of Lasallian schools have the opportunity to form meaningful ties again. Maybe to help realise personal career goals. Maybe to help upgrade up their old school. Maybe just to find out how one of your favourite teachers is going. Maybe to help further the work of the Brothers for the poor. There are endless possibilities.

Some of the Lasallian schools do not have formal alumni groups. Some schools no longer exist but that’s no reason not to get in touch, reconnect with past friends, teachers and Brothers and to get involved with the ongoing work of the Brothers.

If you’re a former student of any of the following schools, we would love to hear from you directly or you connect with other alumni on LinkedIn. 

Schools in Australia – Owned and Operated by the De La Salle Brothers

CASTLE HILL (est 1932)
Oakhill College
423-513 Old Northern Road (Locked Bag 9001)
Castle Hill, NSW 1765, Australia

HENLEY BEACH (est 1954)
St Michael’s College
Secondary Campus
15 Mitton Avenue
Henley Beach, SA 5022, Australia
Primary Campus
78 East Avenue
Beverley, SA 5009, Australia

MALVERN (est 1912)
De La Salle College
1318 High Street
Malvern, Victoria 3144, Australia

MENTONE (est 1936)
St Bede’s College
2 Mentone Parade
Mentone, Victoria 3194, Australia


Schools in Australia – Directed by the De La Salle Brothers

BALGO HILLS (est 1984)
Luurnpa Catholic School
Halls Creek, WA 6770, Australia

BANKSTOWN (est 1951)
La Salle Catholic College
544 Chapel Road
Bankstown, NSW 2200, Australia

St James College
156‐162 Bignell Road
East Bentleigh, Victoria 3165, Australia


Schools in Australia – Associated with the De La Salle Brothers

ARMIDALE (est 1906)
O’Connor Catholic College
Kirkwood Street (P O Box 635)
Armidale, NSW 2350, Australia

ASHFIELD (est 1917)
De La Salle College
24 Bland Street
Ashfield, NSW 2131, Australia

CARINGBAH (est 1958)
De La Salle College
389 Port Hacking Road (P O Box 185)
Caringbah, NSW 2229, Australia

CRONULLA (est 1932)
De La Salle Senior College
2 Cross Road
Cronulla, NSW 2230, Australia

Good Samaritan Catholic College
401 Hoxton Park Road (P O Box 444, Hinchinbrook 2168)
Hoxton Park, NSW 2171, Australia

LAKEMBA (est 1954)
Holy Spirit College
39 Croydon Street (P O Box 8)
Lakemba, NSW 2195, Australia

Casimir Catholic College
200 Livingstone Road
Marrickville, NSW 2204, Australia

ORANGE (est 1928)
James Sheahan Catholic High School
Anson Street (P O Box 146)
Orange, NSW 2800, Australia

De La Salle College
9 Ferndale Road
Revesby Heights, NSW 2212, Australia

SCARBOROUGH (est 1955)
Southern Cross Catholic College
307 Scarborough Road
Scarborough, Queensland 4020, Australia

VIVEASH (est 1954)
La Salle College
5 La Salle Avenue (P O Box 1674, Middle Swan, WA 6056)
Midland, WA 6056, Australia


De La Salle Schools in New Zealand

MANGERE EAST (est 1953)
De La Salle College Mangere East
81 Gray Avenue (PO Box 86001)
Mangere East, Manukau 2158
New Zealand

NEW PLYMOUTH (est 1959)
Francis Douglas Memorial College
201 Tukapa Street (PO Box 5124)
New Plymouth 4310
New Zealand

ROTORUA (est 1959)
John Paul College
PO Box5040
Rotorua West
New Zealand


De La Salle Schools in Papua New Guinea

BOMANA (est 1946)
De La Salle College Bomana
PO Box 1288
Boroko NCD
Papua New Guinea

KONDIU (est 1969)
Rosary Secondary School
PO Box 130
Kundiawa Simbu
Papua New Guinea

MAINOHANA (est 1958)
Mainohana Catholic Secondary School
PO Box 492
Boroko NCD
Papua New Guinea

PORT MORESBY (est 1993)
Hohola Youth Development Centre
PO Box 1911
Boroko NCD
Papua New Guinea

Jubilee Catholic Secondary School
PO Box 1099
Boroko NCD
Papua New Guinea

 See our Facebook page for links to existing Lasallian alumni groups.


Former De La Salle Colleges and Schools

BATHURST (1932 - 1963)
St Patrick’s College Bathurst, NSW

BLENHEIM (1953 - 1974)
De La Salle College Blenheim, NZ

COOGEE (1946 - 1963)
De La Salle College Coogee, NSW

COOTAMUNDRA (1913 - 1977)
De La Salle College Cootamundra, NSW

DERBY (1989 - 1996)
Holy Rosary School, WA

DUBBO (1927 - 1974)
St John’s College Dubbo, NSW

HABERFIELD (1927 - 19)
De La Salle College Haberfield, NSW

INVERELL (1963 - 1978)
Holy Trinity School Inverell, NSW

KATOOMBA (1940 - 1966)
De La Salle College Katoomba, NSW

KINGSGROVE (1956 - 1976)
De La Salle College Kingsgrove, NSW

LITHGOW (1953 - 1994)
De La Salle College Lithgow, NSW

MUN (est 1998 -1999)
St Joseph’s Primary School, Mun, PNG

RICHMOND (1926 - 1969)
St Ignatius’ Boys School Richmond, Victoria

ROMA (1932 - 1941)
De La Salle College Roma, Qld

SURRY HILLS (1909 - 1965)
St Peter’s School Surry Hills, NSW



UMAEL is the World Union of Lasallian Former Students who work internationally to harness the alumni association to further the mission of the Brothers.

De La Salle Alumni from Malaysia
De La Salle Alumni from Thailand

If you are involved with a Lasallian alumni association that is not listed above, please get in touch so we can add you to the list.