Better and exciting days await La Salle Green Hills amid the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. The school remains steadfast and committed to deliver quality Christian education, setting in motion creative and decisive changes for School Year 2020-2021 – the transition to an integrated school set-up with programs for alternative education; the launching of FLETCH: the LSGH Online Learning Program, and the adoption of a co-educational set-up in the senior high school.

The shift to an integrated structure, which essentially put all academic units under the stewardship of the Integrated School Principal, Br. Alexander Diaz FSC, ensures an effective teaching/learning process from Nursery to Grade 12; a leaner, streamlined organization; a cohesive curriculum; and, a more inclusive education, with the senior high school opening its doors to female enrollees for the first time in more than sixty years.

With the transition underway, LSGH introduces its online learning program, FLETCH or Flexible Lasallian Education Through Technology and Collaboration at Home, which adopts two learning modalities: home-based online learning and blended learning in response to the current crisis situation and accompanying health and government restrictions.
Alternative Education continues to be integral to the brand of education that LSGH offers, transforming countless lives through its various programs – the Adult Night School (ANS); the Alternative Learning System (ALS); the Program for the Deaf Learners; and, the Technical-Vocational Education and Training (TVET). Open to marginalized adults (16 years old and above), the LSGH alternative education programs are both inclusive and life-changing.