From 1966 to 1999, the present La Salle College in Ondo was a novitiate, a training house for the Catholic De La Salle Brothers

In April 1999, the Nigerian Sector Commission for Education of the De La Salle Brothers, recommended that “in light of the present situation, be it resolved that a secondary school for boys be established on the property known as De La Salle Centre, Ondo.”

On October 2, 1999, the Sector Council of Nigeria unanimously approved the motion.  In June of 2003, the establishment of the school was approved by the Superior General and the General Council of the Brothers in Rome.

Later the same year, La Salle College opened with the late Brother Peter Anifaloba as principal.   Brother Damian Ikor is the current principal.

Mission Statement

The mission of La Salle College is to produce well disciplined pupils who can build the country of  Nigeria.  In so doing, they will address the intellectual development, social awareness, refinement, and spiritual growth of the young people.

To achieve these objectives, along with the academic courses offered, the students are given an integral spiritual, moral, intellectual, and socio-cultural formation education  for life


La Salle College follows the 6-3-3-4 system of education laid down in the national policy on education. Currently the school has 182 students and 23 staff members. The Junior Section offers the following subjects:

Christian Religious Knowledge (CRK), English Language/Literature, Mathematics, Yoruba, French, Business Studies, Integrated Science, Introductory Technology, Physical/Health Education, Social Studies, and Practical Agriculture.

Courses available in the Senior Section include Christian Religious Knowledge, English Language, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economics, Agricultural Science, Yoruba, French, Geography, Government, Accounting, and Computer Science.

Contact Lasalle College Ondo

LaSalle College
P.O Box 601
Ondo, Ondo State, Nigeria
17 Asoloeso Lane, near St. Joseph's College(for DHL)
Tel: 234 (34) 61 05 27
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Br. Abunya Moses(S. Coordinator & Principal)