Welcome to The Royal Legacy
The Immaculata-La Salle Alumni Magazine
(Class of 1962)
"Don’t take no for an answer. Where there is a will there is a way!"
(Bottom row third from the right.)
El Colegio de La Salle, Cuba was confiscated by the Castro regime in 1961 and like all religious institutions, was forced to close its doors. On November 27th, 1960...
(Class of 1972)
“You must find your vocation in life and the rest will fall into place as long as you work hard and persevere. Never give up because success does not come without sacrifice.”
Caty is a talented and artistic person who grew up the daughter of Cuban immigrants. Her maiden name was Diaz and...
(Class of 1997)
“I am so grateful and thankful for my four years at La Salle. I had wonderful teachers who always supported me and nurtured my leadership skills. I made amazing memories at La Salle and friends that are my sisters to this day.”
Suzette was involved in many extracurricular activities at ILS including cheerleading, softball, student council, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, French Honor Society, and Peer Ministry. She was also the recipient of...
Armando Aguilar Jr.
(Class of 1998)
“I look back at my entire experience at La Salle as one of the most formative periods of my life. La Salle didn’t just develop me academically; my experience at La Salle helped me develop socially, emotionally, and ethically.”
During his years at ILS Armando was involved with Student Council, National Honor Society, MU Alpha Theta, and the French Honor Society. He was also on the Varsity cross Country Team. He has many fond memories...