The New York City Chapter of Idealliance and Idealliance National Headquarters
In partnership with The Direct Marketing Club of New York,
The Hudson Valley Direct Marketing Association,
The Greater New York Postal Customers Council, La Salle Academy, and OGLE
Cordially invite you to
The James W. Prendergast Memorial
When: Thursday, June 22, 2017
6:00 Cocktail Hour & Music
7:00 Program Begins
7:15 Dinner Served
$175 per person • Open Bar • Music • Dinner
Proceeds from this event will be donated to the La Salle Academy Scholarship Fund
Jim Prendergast and La Salle
Jim attended the La Salle Academy, and excelled in both athletics and academics. He graduated in 1939, and credits La Salle for developing him into the man he became.
Jim later became a member of La Salle’s Board of Trustees, and spent the last ten years working for the success of La Salle’s Annual Fund Program. For his longtime service to La Salle, Jim was honored at their Annual Gala.
About the La Salle Academy
La Salle Academy is a unique and progressive preparatory high school with a rich history. La Salle is the third oldest Catholic high school in New York City, providing educational, spiritual and athletic opportunities to young men for 169 years. La Salle is accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a “National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.”
La Salle Academy’s Mission
The mission of La Salle Academy, a rigorous college-preparatory high school, is to educate students of diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds with special out-reach to those most in need. La Salle Academy provides a nurturing environment, which fosters spiritual, moral, intellectual, emotional and physical growth in the Roman Catholic tradition and the Lasallian spirit, as embodied in St. John Baptist de La Salle.
La Salle’s Students
La Salle attracts students from all five boroughs of New York City as well as New Jersey. The average class size is 23 and the student/faculty ratio is 13:1. More than 70% of the school’s faculty hold a master’s degree or higher. By their ethnicity, La Salle’s students are 52% Hispanic, 23% African American, 9% Caucasian, 8% Multiracial, and 8% Asian.
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