DeLaSalle is your path to successfully graduating high school. We'll help you achieve your goals and guide you to success!


Call Lori Peters at 816-437-9739 to schedule your enrollment appointment.

DeLaSalle enrolls students throughout the school year.  Students must live in the Kansas City, Missouri School District boundaries.

Click here for DeLaSalle Charter School Application


Admissions Non-discrimination Policy

  • DeLaSalle prohibits discrimination against any potential student on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, income level, proficiency in the English language or any other legally protected characteristics. DeLaSalle commits to the principle of equal opportunity, especially in all aspects of student services.

Enrollment Steps

Please bring the following information to your enrollment appointment:

• Birth certificate;
• Social Security Card;
• Proof of Address (Utility Bill/Rental or Lease Agreement);
• Immunization Records (must be up to date);
• Transcript/All Testing i.e.-EOC/Attendance/Discipline records and Withdrawal records (only if accepted to DeLaSalle) from last school attended;
• If student is receiving Special Education Services or has an active IEP you must bring a copy of their active IEP with Diagnostics with you at time of enrollment;
• If student is living with someone other than his/her legal parents, you must have a notarized Proof of Guardianship/Power of Attorney; and
• $10.00 Non-refundable Supply Fee (CASH ONLY).
All required documentation must be provided at time of enrollment into DeLaSalle Charter School or your enrollment request may be delayed or denied.



Every student is partnered with an academic-social counselor who works with them to successfully graduate.  Discovery, our orientation program, assesses students’ educational, emotional and behavioral needs.

Graduation Requirements

To receive a high school diploma, the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education requires each student to earn 24 credits in:

• English/Language Arts (4 credits)
• Social Studies (3 credits)
• Mathematics, including 1 credit in algebra (3 credits)
• Science (3 credits)
• Practical Arts (1 credit)
• Fine Arts (1 credit)
• Physical Education/Health (1.5 credits)
• Personal Finance (0.5 credit)
• Electives (7 credits)

In addition, DeLaSalle students must also:
• pass U.S. Constitution test
• complete the required community service hours
• pass end of course exams
• take the ACT test
• complete senior seminar

Important Resources

DeLaSalle Student Handbook 17-18__Updated_11-14-2017

Title I.A Plan

Acceptable Use Policy

ESSA Complaint Procedures

Schoolwide Plan