LA SALLE GREEN HILLS ADULT NIGHT HIGH SCHOOL 

 

For 36 years, the Adult Night High School of La Salle Green Hills has been transforming lives through Christian and relevant education. It offers two major programs namely the Five-Year High School program which prepares students for both college and for the field of work and the one-year technical-vocational education and training program, composed of 11 industry-driven courses. This free Lasallian education is given to marginalized adults, who are 16 years old and above.

 

The school also offers a Mainstreamed Program for Deaf Learners which allows the Deaf to fully participate in all academic and co-curricular activities. Classes are held from 5:30 to 9:00 in the evening. Since its founding in 1978 by the De La Salle Brothers, the ANHS has become a beacon of hope for thousands of our brethren who suffered the pain of poverty and unfortunate circumstances.

 

Voluminous stories of struggles and success now fill the walls of the school; life-stories of its graduates who, from their humble beginnings have risen to the ranks of professionals, entrepreneurs or those who have successfully joined the workforce. Oh what joy to see how they have consequently improved the quality of their lives! As the school continues its ministry of teaching minds, touching hearts and transforming lives, the Adult Night High School expresses deep gratitude to the De La Salle Brothers, whose zeal for the mission never wavered, to the generous men and women who selflessly shared their time, talent and treasure to support the school’s advocacies and above all, to God Almighty whose presence continuously propels the school to tirelessly spread the Good News.

 

 

Welcome to La Salle Green Hills Adult Night High School

– where HOPE is alive in our hearts, Forever!


 

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2. Provide job opportunities to ANHS students .

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Punlad

Punlad is the official newsletter of Adult Night  

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The Adult Night High School did it again! For the third time, La Salle Green Hills – Adult Night High School has been granted 5-YEAR RE-ACCREDITED STATUS by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU).

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Night School Diaries:  Stories of Hope and Inspiration  

SOMEONE WHO BELIEVES

By Mr. Roy S. Daz, TVET-THEM Coordinator

 

02 October 2013
Today was a busy day. I and Miss Elsa, our TVET-THEM clerk were preparing all the logistics needed for the shipboard training of the students of Commercial Cooking NC II and Food and Beverage Services NC II next week. We are bound to Cebu via a 2GO vessel, and to be honest, much are still to be done. But just like any office environment, Miss Elsa and I were being interrupted almost every 10 minutes – the phone kept on ringing, paper correspondences were arriving and unexpected visitors were coming.
One of the visitors we had was a woman named Mrs. Conchita Burnett. My guess was she’s an employer. After I welcomed and offered her a seat, I immediately asked what her concerns were. “I am here to pay for the shipboard training fee of Mark Neil B. Oliver”, she answered in a soft voice.

Since the deadline of the fee was due the week before, I inquired if she had signed the waiver of the student and how she’s related to Mark Neil. “Sir, I went here last week. I wrote a letter addressed to Mr. Dayrit (the Principal), asking if I could still pay for the fee today. I had to look for extra money so that Mark Neil can join this activity”, her words with a sincere smile.

After affirming her that Mr. Dayrit forwarded her letter to me, and that I could still find ways so that Mark Neil can join the training program, I still felt obligated to explain to the lady the shipboard training was not compulsory. That if Mark Neil could not join the activity, we can still look for alternatives so he can complete his on-the-job training. I suggested local hotels and restaurants. I understood very well that times were financially difficult.
 

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Alumni of the Month  

God is Our Guide :

Edwin A. Signo

ANHS Batch 2011

Edwin A. Signo ANHS Batch 2011

I came from a broken family. At the age of seven, our father left us for another woman. Our mother stood strong to take care and to protect us. She worked as a laundry woman in order for us to survive with our financial needs. At the age of eight, I decided to live independently with a group of street children along Edsa Crossing. To help my mother, I had to work as a beggar boy, jeep barker, and parking boy. Even if I had been living for almost nine years on the street, I was never influenced to sniff rugby. Our family’s objective was for me to achieve the highest education, so I decided to go back to school and finish my study. At the age of fifteen and as the fourth child in our family, I realized that I have a role and responsibility to take care of our family.

My strong faith in God has guided me to see the beauty of life. It has enlightened me to support our family. It was a blessing in disguise when one of my co-street children recommended me at Unang Hakbang Foundation to help achieve my goals. It supported me financially. I was trained as a janitor and messenger to help our social worker as assistant in their office. When they noticed that my potential has developed in social function, they decided to enroll me in La Salle (SEP-FSC) for Alternative Learning System (ALS) under the supervision of La Salle Brothers in Green Hills. I took the exam to finish my elementary. I studied very well as a working student at Unang Hakbang Foundation and sometimes I worked in the evening being a jeep barker along Edsa Shangri-La for extra income to help my family and support my transportation to school.

I was discouraged after failing the entrance examination for high school at ALS, but because I was determined to go back to school and wanted to pass, I pushed myself to retake the exam and it was a success.


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Monthly Calendar


December 12
• High School 2nd Trimestral Examinations
•TVET 2nd Trimestral Examinations
•Faculty Association Officers’ Meeting #7, F & BS Rm., 1:30-2:30pm
•Support Staff Meeting No. 7, 3:30-4:30pm, Principal’s Office
•TVET-THEM Departmental Meeting No. 7, 4:30-5:10pm, TVET-THEM Coordinator’s Office
•R34T 2nd Drive: Awarding of Cares for the Earth Award, 5:15pm., Promenade
December 15
• High School 2nd Trimestral Examinations
•TVET 2nd Trimestral ExaminationsPAC Meeting #7, 1:30pm, F & BS Rm.

December 16
• Support Staff Reach-out Day
• ANHS Sports Fest, 5:30-9:00pm, St. Benilde Gym
• Part-time/Trial Teachers’ Development Session, 5:30-6:50pm
• Make-up Exams, 5:30-9:00pm, H.S. Library

December 17
• Checking Day (Half-day) ANHS Sports Fest, 5:30-9:00pm, St. Benilde Gymnasium Part-time/Trial Teachers’ Development Session, 5:30-6:50pm Make-up Exams, 5:30-9:00pm, H.S. Library 2nd Trimester Support Staff Development Session, 1:30-3:30pm

December 17
• Checking Day (Half-day)
• ANHS Sports Fest, 5:30-9:00pm, St. Benilde Gymnasium
• Part-time/Trial Teachers’ Development Session, 5:30-6:50pm
• Make-up Exams, 5:30-9:00pm, H.S. Library
• 2nd Trimester Support Staff Development Session, 1:30-3:30pm

December 18
• Checking Day (Half day)
•Faculty and Staff Christmas Party,4:00-5:30pm, CAC Hall
•Community Mass—6:00-7:00pm NSDC
•Students’ Christmas Party, 7:30-9:30pm

LSGH Adult Night School December calendar