Notre Dame de La Salette Boys Academy is a traditional Catholic boarding school founded in 2005 by the Society of St. Pius X.
Located in the farmland of east central Illinois, La Salette Academy provides a strong religious, academic, and physical formation in an immersively Catholic environment.  Despite the school’s limited enrollment of under 100 students for optimum class size, La Salette’s quality facilities and sports programs rival that of much larger schools.  To learn more, select one of the links above.

Graduation Ceremonies of 2016

The 2015-2016 school year has come to a close. The June 11th graduation ceremonies began with the first Solemn High Mass of the newly ordained alumnus Father Patrick Kimball (class of ’08). He was assisted by deacons John Carlisle (class of ’10) and Peter Kallal (class of ’08). It was a tremendous occasion for the Academy to have a High Solemn Mass celebrated by alumni, and thanksgiving to God is offered! A long time friend of the Academy, Father Novak, gave the commencement address. The lunch that followed was in turn followed by the annual alumni rugby game. Pictures below capture some moments of this eventful day! The Academy wishes its friends and benefactors a safe and blessed summer.

Man of La Mancha

The night before commencement ceremonies, the graduating class presented a comic yet deeply moving production of the musical Man of La Mancha. Ben Populus starred as “Don Quixote” and Joseph Syren as “Sancho.” The pictures below provide a small glimpse of the fantastic performance!