FLETCH

LSGH FLETCH is a learner-driven collaborative experience where meaningful learning opportunities centered on the Lasallian core values are created and supported in a safe environment.

Fletches are the vanes used to provide aerodynamic stabilization in arrows, such as feathers. Just like fletches, the LSGH flexible education through technology will provide our learners more than enough stabilization features to set their arrows straight to their targets.

LSGH Satellite

LSGH Satellite or L-Sat is an early childhood learning center that caters to pre-nursery and nursery children (3-to-4-year-old boys and girls). Launched in 2019, it offers a two-hour, play-based educational program that facilitates learning of critical skills, promotes self-care and respect for others, and instills the Lasallian core values of faith, service and communion.

Lessons are divided into creative learning blocks, with meal time for snacks and socialization, and cool down for naps and other interactions. L-Sat, currently located at Avida Towers Centera, along EDSA in Mandaluyong, will serve as a good springboard prior entry to formal school life.

Integrated School 

La Salle Green Hills has made the shift from the long-standing of Grade School and High School Departments to the new Integrated School structure. Under the Integrated School, all academic units, from Nursery to Grade 12, including the Adult Night School (ANS) and Alternative Learning System (ALS), shall be under the stewardship of one principal, assisted by three Associate Principals – Academics, Student Affairs, and Alternative Education. Moreover, a trimestral calendar will be followed across all grade levels to allow more flexibility in the delivery of an effective learning process and for a streamlined school operations.

LSGH Alternative Education 

The La Salle Green Hills Alternative Education (LSGHAE) consists of several programs catering to marginalized adults (16 years old and above). Through the years, LSGHAE has been transforming thousands of lives, offering free, quality high school program, both in the Junior and Senior High School; a 10-month, module-based instruction, Alternative Learning System (ALS); a similar 10-month Technical-Vocational Education and Training (TVET) program; and, a mainstreamed Program for Deaf Learners.