The LSGHAA was organized in 1978 by the LSGH President at the time, Brother Rolando Dizon, FSC. However, approval of its corporate papers came 6 months later. Thus, the La Salle Green Hills Alumni Association (LSGHAA) was born on February 18, 1979, during a Kabihasnan School Fair Day. Some 500 alumni turned up for the reunion gathering held at St. Joseph’s Auditorium.

About LSGH Alumni Association

The establishment of the alumni association was the result of a proposal by Br. Roly, specifically for La Salle Green Hills graduates to establish close association with their High School. Additionally, a great number of La Salle Green Hills graduates who have attended colleges other than De La Salle University have no opportunity to be involved with a La Salle alumni association. Thus, even if the alumni just took his grade school or studied just two years in high school, he is welcome as an alumnus.

From it’s early days to now, the primary function of the LSGHAA is the maintenance of a line of communication between LSGH graduates, as well as to preserve and create alumni alliances.

The first set of LSGHAA Board of Directors were appointed by Br. Roly. They are : Ricky Sanchez, President; Chiqui Cui; Kaloy Velhagen; Joy Warren; Manny Blas II; Gary Santos; and Doji Malabanan

Project Duo

For the past 56 years, grade school and high school graduates have emerged from LSGH after receiving their Lasallian basic education. Eventually, the majority have moved on to college and even graduate school for their college, masters, and doctoral degrees. Today, there are thousands of LSGH alumni found in practically every known profession: from self-employed businessmen to corporate executives; from entertainers to scientists; from men in robes to men in uniforms – the La Salle Green Hills alumni permeate the world today.

PROJECT DUO is an attempt to trace the alumni of LSGH and share with the public, and with fellow alumni, where God has led them through a project that features alumni tandems who share similar career or professional backgrounds. Their photos are taken (or submitted) and laid out side-by-side in a larger-than-life poster which is framed in back-lit panels and mounted along the perimeter walls of the school facing Ortigas Avenue. These posters are also captured digitally and found in social media, in the school’s institutional website, and in Green Dome, the school’s digital newsletter.