The schools and other works of the District of San Francisco New Orleans are educational ministries established and conducted to “provide a human and Christian education to the young, especially the poor, according to the ministry which the Church has entrusted to it.”

These works are conducted by the Brothers and their Lasallian partners in association as members of the Lasallian family that exists for the sake of this mission.  The District’s schools and other works are part of a educational tradition long-recognized for its scholastic excellence, spiritual richness, and social consciousness.  In awarding UNESCO’s Noma Prize, the United Nations declared that the De La Salle Brothers and Lasallian ministries “have demonstrated permanency by providing for over three centuries an astonishing array of activities from the most basic literacy learning to the most complicated technological learning for both children and adults…so that they can be fully integrated into community and society.”


De La Salle Institute – Mont La Salle, Napa, CA

De La Salle Institute – Covington, Covington, LA

District Archives, Mont La Salle, Napa, CA

Lasallian Christian Brothers Foundation, Mont La Salle, Napa, CA


Brother Charles Crouzet Community, Covington, LA

Cathedral High School Community, El Paso, TX

Cathedral High School Community, Los Angeles, CA

Christian Brothers School Community, New Orleans, LA

Holy Family Community, Napa, CA

Joseph Alemany Community, Moraga, CA

La Salle Vietnam House, San Jose, CA

Provincialate Community, Napa, CA

Sacred Heart Cathedral Community, San Francisco, CA

Saint Mary’ College Brothers Community, Moraga, CA

Saint Mary’s College High School Community, Berkeley, CA

Saint Michael’s High School Community, Santa Fe, NM

Saint Paul’s School Retirement Community, Covington, LA

San Miguel Community, Tucson, AZ