Our college empowers students to organise themselves for daily college life by giving them the tools they need to succeed. Students are able to become independent, confident learners, which sets them up to navigate the complexity and challenges of the modern world.

At De La Salle College Ashfield, students are challenged to live and promote the values of self-discipline, care and respect for themselves and others; and appreciation of the environment in which they live. These values were demonstrated by Jesus in the Gospels and modelled by Saint John Baptist De La Salle during his life’s work of educating boys.

Respect for yourself
Being respectful to yourself means doing your best, being responsible for your own learning and making good decisions so you can be the best man you can be. Esto Vir!

Respect for staff
Being respectful to staff means following teacher directions, being well behaved, courteous and cooperative in class and at all college events.

Respect for the college
Being respectful to the college involves following college rules and procedures including wearing the uniform correctly, being present and involved in class, attending college events, respecting college property, and maintaining a high standard of behaviour at the college, online and in the wider community. 

Respect for each other
Being respectful to each other involves maintaining respectful relationships with all students, respecting others’ property and being inclusive and not engaging in bullying others in person or online.

De La Salle College Ashfield Student Life

Ex-Students and Staff Association

De La Salle College Ashfield has an active past students and staff association and hosts reunions and functions for its members. Annually the college hosts a past students and staff association dinner.

For further details about the Association please contact the college on (02) 9797 3200.

If a student is late to school, he must sign in to the college via the Compass Kiosk located near the Students Services Counter in the College Office. He will be prompted to provide a reason for his whereabouts. If he was at a medical appointment, a Medical Certificate or Parent Note should be provided to College Office staff in order to have his absence accounted for. Any unexplained late arrival will incur one demerit point. Four consecutive late to school demerits will result in an Afternoon Detention.

At the start of each school year students are issued with a Student Learning Journal. They are expected to carry it with them at all times. This is a necessary tool that assists students in organising their workload including homework and assessment tasks. 

Student Assessment
Student Identification Cards
Bell Times
Canteen Menu
College Expectations
College Prayer
College Song
College Map
College Uniform