Lasalle Secondary School

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Lasalle Secondary School
LasalleSS logo.png
1545 Kennedy Street
Sudbury, Ontario, P3A 2G1
Coordinates 46°31′30.91″N 80°56′21.96″W / 46.5252528°N 80.9394333°W / 46.5252528; -80.9394333Coordinates: 46°31′30.91″N 80°56′21.96″W / 46.5252528°N 80.9394333°W / 46.5252528; -80.9394333
School type Secondary
Motto Nulli Secondus
(Second to None)
Founded 1962
School board Rainbow District School Board
Area trustee Dena Morrison
Principal Maureen McNamara
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 805[1]
Language English, French Immersion
Colour(s) Orange and Black
Mascot Lancer

Lasalle Secondary School is located in the New Sudbury neighbourhood of Greater Sudbury, Ontario. It offers both the English and French Immersion programs. There are three different Specialist High Skills Majors (SHSMs) available to students at Lasalle, in Energy, Business and Sports.[2] As well, the school offers a specialized program called The Sport and Healthy, Active Living (SHAL) program. The school is part of the Rainbow District School Board. As of 2007, 1104 full-time equivalent students are enrolled at the school. The students and its mascot are referred to as Lancers.


There have been many changes in the top administration of the school in recent years.

Year Principal Vice-Principal(s) Trustee
2005-2006 Scott Darling Heather Gaffney, Craig Runciman Dena Morrison
2006-2007 Ada Della Penta Craig Runciman, David Wiwchar
2007-2008 Craig Runciman1 Maureen McNamara, Cheryl Geoghegan1
2009-2010 Jeff McKibbon Maureen McNamara, Pamela Potvin
^1 As of Monday, October 29, 2007 Principal Ada Della Penta was promoted to Superintendent. Vice-Principal Craig Runciman was promoted to Acting Principal until August 31, 2007, and teacher Cheryl Geoghegan was promoted to Acting Vice-Principal.

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  2. ^ "Lasalle Secondary School".  External link in |website= (help);

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