Portland, OR. Over 104 tuned in for the De La Salle North Catholic (DLSNC) Fall Virtual Benefit Dinner and Auction on October 29th. The event raised $408,505 for the innovative high school on N. Fenwick Avenue in Portland. MC James Broadous II, DLSNC Vice Principal for Student Life and auctioneer Dale Johannes are seen above.

Board member Cyndy Maletis kicks off the night with a welcome message.

And Ashleigh de Villiers, Vice President for Advancement, and James Broadous II celebrate the evening’s success.

Sandra Padilla Cervantes ’22 helped provide entertainment Monce Baltier Moreno ’20 for introduced a video of Nik Tucker ’14, who shares his story of becoming an architect and Max Pettit ’21 and DLSNC President Oscar Leong for his glimpse of our the new campus at St. Charles Parish.

Here’s a video about DiOnica Curry ’11 who shared her journey of overcoming dyslexia.

OnPoint Community Credit Union was presented with the 2020 Cassin Award for Commitment to Mission. Cliff Dias, Rob Stuart, Jim Armstrong, and Jackie Dunckley were thanked for their leadership in supporting De Le Salle North Catholic.

From De La Salle High School:

There is still time to support our students. Click here to make your gift and watch that thermometer go up!
And we still have four half cases (6 bottles) of 2018 Brother Timothy Chardonnay remaining. To buy yours, click here
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Our mission is to provide an affordable, college preparatory, faith-based education to young men and women throughout the Portland metro area with limited financial resources.  Over 325 years ago, St. John Baptist de La Salle, the founder of the De La Salle Christian Brothers and their schools, established the practice of providing a Christian education to the young, especially those who are most on the margins of society.  Today, along with the support and sponsorship of the De La Salle Christian Brothers (San Francisco New Orleans District), De La Salle North Catholic strives to continue this mission.

Since the school was founded in 2001, our school has continued to grow and develop into a community of dedicated teachers and staff who, along with our many corporate work-study partners and volunteers, provide our unique education to capable, motivated and interested young people.