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!
Join, make your school proud and earn the exclusive right to be called “The 2014 Adult Night High School Student-Ambassadors”! The Search for the ANHS Ambassadors: Honing Talents, Building Character.
“MISS BEAUTIFUL Roche S. Caballero, 4A Student”
Disyembre, 2011. Hindi ako Katoliko pero sumama ako
sa aking tita upang magsimba. Narinig ko ang pari na
nanghihikayat na bumulong daw ng espesyal na hiling sa
Diyos noong Paskong iyon at ito’y matutupad. May kung
anong nag- udyok sa akin upang kusang lumuhod at taimtim
na idulog sa Diyos ang matagal ko nang inaaasam—ang
muling makapag-aral. Sabi ko, “Lord, ito na lang po ang
hinihiling kong birthday gift mula sa Iyo.” Hulyo 8 pa
ang aking kaarawan. Abril, 2012.
Nakatanaw na naman ako sa malayo habang naghihintay ng customer dito sa tindahan ng specialty foods sa Tiendesitas. Iniisip kong malapit na naman ang kaarawan ko. Ano na ang nangyari sa aking birthday wish? Tumatanda na ako, 22 anyos na, pero parang wala pa ring pinatutunguhan.
Taong 2006 pa nang tumigil ako sa pag-aaral dahil sa kahirapan. At siyempre, walang nakakaalam nito sa aking mga katrabaho. Inilihim kong 1st year high school lang ang natapos ko. Nahihiya akong malaman nila. Muli, dinalaw na naman ako ng matinding kalungkutan.Upang maibsan ang kalungkutan, umalis muna ako sa pwesto at ibinilin sa sales lady sa katabing tindahan ang paninda. Pagbalik ko, sinabi ng katabing sales lady na may gusto raw bumili ng toasted bread. Naghintay daw ang customer pero umalis din. Maya maya, may dumating na isang maputing babae na puti na rin ang buhok.
THE BIG DREAM: Nancy Mendoza Castillo
ANHS Batch 1993
I just want to share my story to encourage others that for others' small dream, it is a BIG one for someone who has less. I was a single parent of three growing up kids, and all I dreamed of was just to finish my high school. I was admitted in LSGH-ANHS. Along the way, I met the Lasallian community, the teachers, my mentors, and friends. These people helped me build my self- confidence, gave me a part-time job inside the school in the morning and most especially taught me how to be a true Lasallian by heart. Click for read more »
Ang Naitulong ng TVET sa Buhay Ko: Renevilla E. Pumar
Sa edad na 45, maaaring maging “plainhousewife” or taong bahay lamang ako kung wala akong matatag na trabaho. Para sa akin, hindi sapat ang paghinto ko lamang sa tungkulin ko bilang isang asawa. Ang lahat ay hindi “fixed.” Tumataas ang presyo ng bawat bilihin, upa sa bahay, konsumo ng ilaw, tubig, at iba pang gastusin. Palasak na sa ating lahat ang tagpong ganito. Ang hindi na lang nagbabago ay ang sweldo at kita ng mga haligi ng tahanan. Bilang pagtulong ko sa aking asawa, ang pagdaragdag ko ng kaalaman ay alam kong magagamit ko sa aking pansariling pangangailangan at sa aking pamilya. Click for read more »
• Faculty Overnight Retreat
• Classes Resume
• Official Launching of 11th ANHS Deaf Week,
• Follow-up Library Lesson
• Deaf Week: T-Shirt Design Contest,
• Follow-up Library Lesson
• Announced Earthquake Drill, 7:20pm 7
• ILFP: Grade 9 and TVET Wednesday
Kanlunganni Maria, 12:00-4:30pm,
BagongSilangan, Antipolo City
• ILFP: Grade 9 Recollection, 6:00-9:00pm,
• Deaf Week: Friendly Games, 4:30pm, CAC Hall
• Follow-up Library Lesson
• Deaf Week: Inter-School Friendly Games,
• Start of Grade 11 2nd Semester
• Midterm Examinations
• Deaf Week: Judging of Entries
(T-Shirt Design Contest)
• TVET-THEM Departmental Meeting No. 6,
• Deaf Week: Session on Human Sexuality,
3:00pm, Ma. T. Pilapil Hall