August 15 - Grades 7 to 12
August 16 - Pre-Nursery, Nursery, Kinder, Grades 1 to 6

Email admissions@lsgh.edu.ph for more details. OPENING OF CLASSES
SY 2022-2023
Online modality | Flexible In-person modality | Concurrent Classroom (CC) Email admissions@lsgh.edu.ph for more details. Learning Modality Offerings
for SY 2022-2023
Pre-Nursery, Nursery, Kinder, Grade 1 to 11 Email admissions@lsgh.edu.ph for more details. ADMISSIONS STILL ONGOING
SY 2022-2023
Develop a passion for learning Tradition of Excellence Culture of Helping We provide our students a nurturing environment conducive to academic achievement and personal development. Values Formation We provide quality Lasallian formation that promotes Christian Values and Spirituality. Holistic Development We focus on the holistic development of every student and help them realize their potentials.
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Meet La Salle Green Hills

Meet La Salle Green Hills

Sign up for our Summer Enrichment Program Offerings!

Have a taste of in-person classes or keep learning online with the LSGH ACADEMIC CAMP 2022!

Inviting all students to stay engaged, entertained and educationally preoccupied this vacation online or in-person with our 15-day Academic Camp from June 29 to July 19, 2022. Open to all incoming Kinder to Gr. 12 LSGH and non-LSGH students, we have an exciting line-up of subject offerings in Math, Science, Reading and Creative Writing, Basic Filipino for Non-Filipino Speakers, PE, Computer and selected SHS subjects for you to choose from.

View the online brochure here for details: https://bit.ly/LSGHAC2022.

Register on or before June 27, 2022 at https://bit.ly/LSGHAC2022RF.

For program inquiries and other concerns, email is.apa@lsgh.edu.ph.

Enroll your kids this June to ARROW!

The Sports Program and Development Office’s (SPDO) ARROW program in badminton, football, table tennis, golf, karatedo, taekwondo, lawn tennis, and volleyball opens for enrollment beginning June 6. For more information regarding your chosen program, you may contact the Program Managers/Coaches or email spdo.arrow@lsgh.edu.ph.

To view the online flyer: https://bit.ly/LSGHARROWSummerFlyer2022

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Enroll your kids this June to ARROW!

The Sports Program and Development Office’s (SPDO) ARROW program in badminton, football, table tennis, golf, karatedo, taekwondo, lawn tennis, and volleyball opens for enrollment beginning June 6. For more information regarding your chosen program, you may contact the Program Managers/Coaches or email spdo.arrow@lsgh.edu.ph.

To view the online flyer: https://bit.ly/LSGHARROWSummerFlyer2022

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La Salle Green Hills offers language online courses

Let your kids learn Nihongo, Korean, Mandarin, or French this summer break, from June 29 to July 19! 

Open to LSGH students from Grades 4-12, classes will be held fully online for 1.5 hours, Mondays to Fridays. Certificates will be issued at the end of the course. 

This summer offering is in partnership with Alliance Françoise de Manille, Confucius Institute (Ateneo de Manila), TDG-SG Global Academy, and Learn Korean PH.  

Interested participants may register at https://bit.ly/LSGH-FLPS2022.

For program inquiries and other concerns, email flp@lsgh.edu.ph

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Be Part of the LSGH Family

Add to that special connection as brother and sister!

“I could never have imagined that my sister and I would be batchmates; but, it feels good to know that someone is with me throughout the remainder of my LSGH journey. There are many positive benefits; for one thing, we get to help each other with assignments and tasks.” Carlos

“Now that I am a Lasallian, I think I have developed a closer relationship with my brother and a better appreciation of the Lasallian culture, which is way different from an all-girls school culture that I have been exposed to all my life. I have also gained new learning experiences that weren’t offered to me in my previous school.” Carina

BE SCHOOLMATES AT LSGH! 

For requirements and other information, please visit: https://www.lsgh.edu.ph/lsgh-admissions.

Learn and grow together!

Giada Kristiana says: “Being schoolmates has brought us closer to each other; we always ask each other how our day went and what happened in class. We have truly bonded and could relate with each other’s stories. Our relationship has improved a lot. We didn’t usually talk that much before, but now, we do.”

Jose Angelo agrees: “It’s nice being schoolmates with my sister because I can talk to her about my day after classes and she helps me a lot in my assignments. My relationship with her has changed a lot because we get to hang out more with each other.”

Application for new male and female students/transferees within and outside NCR, including those abroad, is ongoing for Pre-Nursery to Grade 11. For requirements and other information, please visit: https://www.lsgh.edu.ph/lsgh-admissions

Learn and grow together!

Giada Kristiana says: “Being schoolmates has brought us closer to each other; we always ask each other how our day went and what happened in class. We have truly bonded and could relate with each other’s stories. Our relationship has improved a lot. We didn’t usually talk that much before, but now, we do.”

Jose Angelo agrees: “It’s nice being schoolmates with my sister because I can talk to her about my day after classes and she helps me a lot in my assignments. My relationship with her has changed a lot because we get to hang out more with each other.”

Application for new male and female students/transferees within and outside NCR, including those abroad, is ongoing for Pre-Nursery to Grade 11. For requirements and other information, please visit: https://www.lsgh.edu.ph/lsgh-admissions

Level up your sibling bonding moments!

Sophia Isabelle: I can definitely say that we can relate with each other a lot better now than before. We can talk about our problems and help each other find solutions. Being batchmates is a win-win situation since we adhere to the same standards and are challenged in similar ways.

Luke Anthony: I told her that it was going to be a memorable time for her and there’s a lot to look forward to, socially and academically. Even if LSGH was an all-boys school before, blending in and getting along with the students would be easy given LSGH’s fun and welcoming environment.

BE SCHOOLMATES AT LSGH!
For requirements and other information, please visit: https://www.lsgh.edu.ph/lsgh-admissions.

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LSGH Trivia

The first six teachers who taught in LSGH were Br. Alphonsus, Miss Theodora Hernandez, Miss Estella San Juan, Miss Leonida Sanchez, Miss Valeriana Hicarte and Miss Lydia Rosales.

Dedicated to the memory of the late former High School Assistant Principal, the Cesar A. Cruz Hall (CAC) was constructed and attached to the St. Benilde Hall in 2001.
The CAC Hall not only serves as venue for meetings and other functions but it also houses the trophies earned by LSGH athletes throughout the years.

Mrs. Maria T. Pilapil was appointed as the first lady principal of La Salle Green Hills in 1988 and went on to hold the position until 1994. Prior to her appointment to the position, she has served as Assistant Principal since 1974.
The Pilapil Hall at the ground level of the high school building is named after her to honor her memory and years of dedicated service to the institution.

The St. Joseph’s Auditorium underwent a complete renovation in 2004 and was renamed as the St. Joseph’s Theater. After three years, it was re-dedicated as the Br. Rafael S. Donato FSC Center for the Performing Arts (Br. Donato Center) in honor of the late De La Salle Brother who served as President of the school for two terms (1970-1973 and 1986-1991).

The Br. Donato Center hosted a series of shows/concerts called “SINGKWENTA: The Concert Series” in celebration of the 50th anniversary of LSGH in 2009. Notable local artists alumni who performed in the said concert series include Gary Valenciano (Batch ’82), Dingdong Avanzado and Rannie Raymundo (Batch ’85), and several others.

The Father Martinez Activity Center (FMAC), a multi-purpose gym equipped with one full-length basketball court, two convertible courts, wall climbing, a Taekwondo room, and a weights room, was inaugurated on September 11, 1998.
FMAC was named in honor of the late Fr. Francisco Martinez. Fr. “Paco”, as he was fondly called, had been LSGH chaplain from 1987 until 1998.

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