Office: 514-595-2050

Office Hours are from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Jennifer Kurta 
Level 5

Josie D'Adamo 
Vice Principal
Levels 1 & 2

Ben Matlin
Vice Principal
Levels 3 & 4




LaSalle Community Comprehensive High School




  • LCCHS Robotics Team 2016-2017

Welcome to LCCHS!


Upcoming Events

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LaSalle Community Comprehensive High School is a secondary school with a student population of approximately eight hundred students.

LCCHS has a proud and longstanding tradition of international programs and is an authorized school of the IBO (International Baccalaureate Organization).

LCCHS is a school with a fully accredited IB program. LCCHS is proud to have received its renewal of its IB status in December 2015.

Please click on this link  which will bring you to the official IBO website’s database of accredited IB schools.


LCCHS provides its students with a disciplined environment in which they can work with their teachers toward academic and social achievement. We are proud of the fact that we are a community-based secondary school. We are part of the Lester B. Pearson School Board.










In the News

March 23 to 25, 2017

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Come cheer on our LCCHS robotics team! 



March 2017

Staff vs. Student Hockey Game

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February 14, 2017

Congratulations to Secondary 5 student Shevon Noel for winning Most Valuable Player
at the All-Star basketball game this past weekend!




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Please click on this link which will bring you to the official IBO website’s database of accredited IB schools





January 11, 2017

‘A Promise for Prom’ to close and reopen in 10 schools

LCCHS was featured on Global Montreal for the prom dress & suits initiative, Sparkle & Sharp. Students from any LBPSB school can rent a dress or suit with shoes & accessories for their prom from LCCHS for $10. This was an initiative that was started last year in December by students, Josie D'Adamo & Ms Ashley, teacher.

Josie D'Adamo, Vice-Principal and her team have recently received some generous donations from Lou-Ann in Rigaud, who had a similar project going. We are so grateful for her donations and we look forward to continuing this project for many years to come. We are also very thankful for Monette Gallant who has helped immensely with donations and Spring & Aldo stores for their beautiful donations. Young girls will be able to enjoy their Cinderella moment and the young men will look sharp for their memorable prom.

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  • Since 2006, IB students have had a 100% graduation success rate
  • LCCHS continues to climb steadily the Fraser report school rankings.(Climbed 100 ranks in the last 5 years)
  • Over 25 sports teams
  • Personal project school exhibition
  • Robotics program
  • Ubisoft gaming program initiative
  • According to our last MYP Evaluation report (2015), "LCCHS demonstrates a real family atmosphere"


School Hours

Warning Bell

8:46 am



8:50 - 9:00 am

Period 1

9:00 am - 9:52 am

Period 2

9:57 am - 10:49 am


10:54 am - 11:46 am

Period 4

Junior Lunch

11:51 am - 12:43 pm

Period 5

Senior Lunch

12:48 pm - 1:40 pm

Period 6

1:45 pm - 2:37 pm

Period 7

2:42 pm - 3:34 pm


Students will be dismissed at the end of period 4 (12:38pm); see calendar for dates.

Mission Statement

The mission of LaSalle Community Comprehensive High School includes providing education for lifelong learning in an environment of respect.

The commitment to social and cultural development is evident in the diverse programs and activities offered. Moral values are further developed by harnessing the diversity in our school and by encouraging community involvement and service.

Enhancing the health and physical development of our student population is also of great importance and is achieved through our varied sports program.


School Vision

LCCHS strives to:

  1. Develop confident, capable, life-long learners and achievers by providing a variety of academic programs that meet the needs of the individual.

  2. Create and foster an atmosphere of respect for all members of our school community.

  3. Promote lifetime skills by harnessing the diversity of our students and staff.

  4. Provide a variety of student life activities as an integral part of learning in order to develop a strong sense of responsibility, motivation, self-esteem and belonging.

  5. Foster a sense of pride in the achievements of the school and the individual.





Our site was last updated on March 23, 2017