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Year Founded: 1993
Founder: Brother Lawrence Goyette, FSC
San Miguel is a school for boys who come from under-served area throughout Providence. The school offers programs for boys from 5th to 8th grade. Many students who graduate San Miguel attend Lasallian high schools such as La Salle Academy and St. Raphael's Academy.
Locations: Narragansett & Providence
Year Founded: 1975
Ocean Tides School is a small Lasallian school and residential program that serves boys in grades 7 through 12. Ocean Tides provides both regular and special education programs as well as career/technical courses. In addition, the Ocean Tides team offers social services, such as counseling and behavioral health programs, to their students.
La Salle Academy Providence's "Brother" School
Rongai Agri and Technical Secondary School, Rongai, Kenya
Each March, LSA Providence's "Rice Bowl" initiative raises crucial funds for our 'Brother' school to support its educational program(s)!
LET'S DO IT AGAIN IN 2021 !!!
By: Elle Arcand
By: Elle Arcand
By: Elle Arcand
Listen to what Jesus says “I want you to be my fire of love among the poor, the dying, and the small.
I want you to bring the poor to me.” Mother Teresa
As of 31 December 2019, De La Salle Christian Brothers are working in:
At over 1,132 educational organizations with more than 1,011,876 students served
Saint Raphael Academy
Year Founded: 1924
Founder: Bishop William Hickey
St. Raphael Academy is college preparatory high school that welcomes all people of different socioeconomic statuses, cultures, religious faiths and academic abilities. In addition, St. Raphael Academy is accredited by the NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges), and over 500 students from across Rhode Island and Massachusetts attend St. Raphael Academy.
The Brothers of the Christian Schools District of Eastern North America
Locations: West Warwick, Providence, Pawtucket, Woonsocket, Middletown & Wakefield
Year Founded: 1983
Founder & Chief Visionary Officer: Brother Michael Reis, FSC, LICSW (Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker), Ph.D
TIDES Family Services is a non-profit social services organization that provides children and their families with the assistance, whether financial or psychological, that they need. TIDES offers counseling sessions for individuals, groups and families and home visits. In addition, TIDES provides educational and court advocacy and helps families obtain social services, like health care and job training.
The Fratelli Project is a collaborative effort involving the La Salle Christian Brothers and the Marist Brothers and is based i4- km south of Beirut, Lebanon.
The project involves 600 refugee children, 200 from Iraq and 400 from Syria, and Lebanese children. Our aim is to enlarge the number of beneficiaries among the refugee children who hope to go back to their country and who are at risk of remaining out of school for years.
This building, located in Rome, is the official residence of the Brother Superior General and his Council. Watch the video to explore this beautiful property!