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Grade 10 Moving Up, SHS Commencement Rites
The young Lasallians were at the spotlight at two coinciding events, Grade 10 Moving Up and Senior High School Graduation Rites, held on June 6, 2017 as thousands of attendees gathered at the SENTRUM.

Donning their Junior High School uniform for the last time, 661 Grade 10 completers stood tall as they exude the Latin phrase "Crescit Gratia Virtuteque"(which means "He grew in faith and wisdom," lifted from the bible - Luke 2:40-42) written on the De La Salle Lipa Sablay that adorned their uniform. Meanwhile, the Batch 2017 of the SHS wearing their graduation robe was beaming with pride before their mentors and loved ones.

Fellow alumnus, Dr. Michael Charles Tabora, HS Class of 1993, graced the event as the guest speaker. His message was spoken in the millenials' language by using hash tags, #CareerGoals, #ParentalGuidance, #SalamatPoMamSir, #KapwaKoMahalKo and #UnaSaLahatDiyos to underscore and introduce new topics. His deeply rooted Lasallian core values of faith, service and communion in mission led him to pick a profession to preserve life as a doctor.  He even believes that the signature La Salle green color represents life and he is a proud bearer of it.  

As a well-known cardiologist, his take on the ups and downs in career and life in general were among his precious advice on how to reach success. It was all hard work, perseverance, education, sacrifice and the love for the craft that kept him on top of the game without losing values and morals.      

Following the footsteps of Dr. Tabora are the following young Lasallians who are poised for success.


HONORS AND AWARDEES

Senior High School
Gillian Zeruiah Malabanan
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Top Student

 

Junior High School

Top Ten Students
Rank 1: Janna Kaye C. Cuenca
Rank 2: John Bien Angelo R. Uy
Rank 3: Lanz Lorenzo D. Bosita
Rank 4: Clarian Joy M. Medina
Rank 5: Joshua Katigbak
Rank 6: Geuel Victor B. Contreras
Rank 7: Jacob Vince M. Macatangay
Rank 8: Jericho Joshua H. De Jesus
Rank 9: Julienne Bernadette G. Silva
Rank 10: Gian Blythe R. Montevirgen


SPECIAL AWARDS

Jericho Joshua H. De Jesus
Gerry Roxas Leadership Awardee

Andre Victor P. Suarez
Campus Journalist of the Year Awardee

Anthony Cedric M. Manalo & Chantal Therese M. Laude
DLSL Outstanding Leader Awardees

Yvonne Cyrah R. Humarang
Athlete of the Year Awardee - Team Sports

 

Gabrielle Madelaine P. Gonzalvo
Athlete of the Year - Individual Sports


SUBJECT EXCELLENCE AWARDEES

Janna Kaye C. Cuenca
Excellence in English and TLE Bookkeeping

Andre Victor P. Suarez
Excellence in Science

John Bien Angelo R. Uy
Excellence in Social Studies

Niven Audric C. Lanip
Excellence in Computer

Raniel Angelo G. Ramos
Excellence in TLE - Baking

Martin Andrei B. Flores
Excellence in Mathematics

Anthony Cedric M. Mandado
Excellence in Filipino

Gian Blythe R. Montevirgen
Excellence in Christian Living with Character Education
 
Patrick Renz H. Tibayan
Excellence in TLE - Electrical Installation and Maintenance

Joshua Katigbak
Excellence in TLE - Drafting


MODEL STUDENTS
Lorenzo Miguel B. Villapando - MM 201
Angelo Jr. R. Albalate - MM 202
Loren R. Benda - MM  203
Jollion Chris M. Anonuevo -  BM 104
Vince Lowell L. Icaro -BM 105
Dianne Ivy S. De Chavez - BM 201
Alissa E. Empaynado - BM 202
Chayana Marie C. Baya - BM 203
Angeline P. Macaraeg - BM 204
John Lester J. Mendoza - BM 205
Keanah Samantha D. Ceradoy - BM 206
Christopher Kyle E. Lobaton - CMR 201
Clarice V. Barro - CMR 202
Stefany Eunice Arlou B. Valderama - CMR 204
Mary Angeline O. Macalindong - CMR 205
Yuri D. Tokoyo - CMR 206
Gabrielle Madelaine P. Gonzalvo - CMR 207



SPORTS AWARDS

Best in Boys Athletics - Kurt Axel Anselmo A. Sanchez

Best in Boys Badminton - Joseph Renzo P. Baldovino

Best in Boys Badminton - Mizpah Elim A. Suilan

Best in Basketball - Vinz Edward M. Nario

Best in Boys Chess - Rollen Joseph E. Martija

Best in Girls Chess - Angelica May L.Bathan

Best in Boys Football - Mark Anthony C. Almazan

Best in Girls Football - Danica Elysse E. Bagus

Best in Table Tennis - Lorenzo Benrey M. Magaling

Best in Boys Taekwondo - Carlo Gabriel V. Bautista

Best in Girls Taekwondo- Rona Alexandra K. Jariño

Best in Boys Volleyball - Vince Gerard R. Maglinao

Best in Girls Volleyball - Yvonne Cyrah R. Humarang

Best in Baseball - Keith Owen A. Marquez

Best in Boys Swimming - Marx Emmanoelle L. Gatdula

Best in Girls Swimming - Gabrielle Madelaine P. Gonzalvo

GENERAL ENGINEERING INSTRUCTOR
Qualification Standards

-  Preferably BS Mechanical, BS Civil Engineering, BS Chemical Engineering with relevant Masters / units earned
-  can teach General Engineering subjects (Mechanics, Calculus, Prob and Stat, etc

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF GRADUATING STUDENTS

ALL 2017 GRADUATING STUDENTS


 


Please be reminded that your GENERAL ASSEMBLY will be tomorrow,


May 23, 2017 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm at the SENTRUM.


 


ATTENDANCE IS A MUST.


Grade School Mathletes' Journey to the Ultimate MTAP Tilt
They walked down the same path with new hurdles to overcome and the Mathletes rose above the challenge. From the elimination of the 2017 Metrobank-MTAP DepEd Math Challenge Written Round, to the oral round in the division level, and finally, the regional challenge, the young math wizards proved that they get better in time.

Guided every step of the way by their coaches and parents, De La Salle Lipa's Mathletes brought their A-game at the elimination on February 16, 2017 and did not settle for any thing less. The following Grades 1 to 6 young mathematicians of DLSL ended at First Place:

Grade 1: Gabriel Gonzales, Harry Perez, and Zandrei Bustria

Grade 2: Gillieane Nicole Urrea, Immanuel Gerard Quinto, and Maria Alessandra Silvederio

Grade 3: Yuri Yabut, Reuben Joseph Felix, and Aiden Jomeil Bercilla

Grade 4: Naomi Ashley Uy, Lorenz Gabriel Briones, and Aldren Immanuel Dungo

Grade 5: Divine Clarisse Yabut, Alex Anthony Andal, and Alexander Benedict Bulloso

Grade 6: Ashley Julie Marie De Leon, Andre Jerahmy Amante, and Quevin James Custodio

Two from each grade level, meanwhile, advanced in the division oral round held on March 16. This resulted in another success as DLSL landed the over-all champion title.
 
Finally, in the regional challenge held on March 31 in Candelaria, Quezon, representatives, Alexander Benedict Bulloso and Alex Anthony Andal, were declared champions in the Team Oral Category. It was a fitting conclusion to the collective effort of all those who contributed in the well deserved major achievements of the young Mathletes.




CIHTM Raises More than Half a Million Endowment Fund for Education
Generating a total amount of PHP 651,499.28 as a byproduct of clever application of knowledge and skills in practical settings by the students and advisers of the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management has a made a lot of difference in the lives of many people.

The considerable amount of endowment fund that started in PHP 134,000.00 a few years back from two distinguished programs of CIHTM, Tourism Convention and Batangas Food and Beverage Exposition (BAFBEX), grew to its current amount due to the collaboration and efforts of the people behind the events.

Both annual programs have garnered regular and new followers through the years after experiencing the unique offerings, leading to a successful and fruitful staging every year. 

In the most recent turnover on March 17, 2017 held at the Green Room of the Sen. Jose Diokno Hall, student representatives shared how challenging yet fulfilling their responsibilities were. They have realized how the programs could be a blessing to others and vice versa.

CIHTM representatives, Dean Joy Zapata, HRM Department Chair, Evangeline Necio and Tourism Department Chair, Andrenelyn Varona, were also on hand to attend the turnover ceremony to De La Salle Lipa's Herencia De La Salle, represented by Chief Strategy and Advancement Officer, Arnold Capuloy, and Advancement Officer, Israel Tan.

Two scholars from the St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Scholarship Program, Grade 10, Junior High School, Pauline Angeline Africa, and Grade 12, Senior High School, Paul Edrian Silva, are the current beneficiaries.




Green Chevrons Reap Major, Minor Awards in Regional Tourneys
After making their mark and leaving a lasting impression, the Green Chevrons' hard work paid off and earned their well-deserved accolades in several recently concluded tournaments.

On February 13-18, 2017, the young Lasallians reaped several awards at the Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association (STCAA) held in Sta. Cruz Laguna. Top winners will be representing the region at the forthcoming Palarong Pambansa 2017 in San Jose de Buenavista, Antique in April 2017.   

For team events that emerged as champions in volleyball were Elementary Boys and Girls, and the High School Girls. Second runners-up in basketball were the High School Boys, and Elementary Boys.

As for swimming - individual events, medalists were Ethan Roy Go - gold in 200 Breaststroke, bronze in 100 Breaststroke, gold in 4x50m Medley, and silver in 200 Individual Medley; Ani Danya Ona - gold in 100m Breaststroke and in 200 M Breaststroke, bronze in 4x50m Medley relay, and silver in 4x50 Free Relay; Robin Luise Tolentino - silver in 200m Backstroke, silver in 4x50m Medley, bronze in 200m Backstroke, and bronze in 4x50m Free Relay; and Gabrielle Madeleine Gonzalvo - silver in 100m Butterfly and bronze 200M Breaststroke.

Bronze medalist in table tennis was Elah Sarelle Perez.

After a fruitful STCAA venture, the Green Chevrons faced their challengers at the 18th Season of the NCAA-South (second phase) held last February 21 and 22 at San Beda Alabang.

Champions in badminton were High School Girls and Boys, and College Women; champions in table tennis were High School Girls and Boys, and College Women and Men; and champions in swimming were High School Boys and College Women, while first runners-up were High School Girls and College Men. 

Meanwhile, fresh from their STCAA victory, the High School Basketball Boys successfully defended their title at the Regional National Basketball Training Center on February 26, 2017 at the SENTRUM, DLSL. The high school cagers, representing Lipa City, defeated Maryhill College of Lucena.

The team advanced to the NBTC National Finals to be held on March 13-16, 2017 at the MOA Arena. This time, the DLSL-led team will be representing Batangas and will be defending their NBTC National Champion Division II title.



Green Chevron Black-Belters Bag Medals in Asian Tourney
A colossal Asian gathering of the region's best taekwondo players met at the 4th Daedo Taekwondo Open Championships.

De La Salle Lipa's Green Chevron black-belters, Ted Marius De Los Reyes and Grazziele Anne Alcances, each won three medals under the guidance of their mentor, Johnearl Abante.

De Los Reyes won gold and bronze medals in kyorugi/sparring (international and local rules) and another bronze medal in poomse, while Alcances earned a gold medal in kyorugi/sparring (local rules), silver in kyorugi/sparring (international rules), and a bronze in poomse.

DLSL was invited from the Philippines as one of the delegations along with other challengers from Chinese Taipei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.

It was DLSL's third consecutive time to participate at the tournament hosted by the United World College of South East Asia (Dover Campus), Singapore on November 26-27, 2016.




Graduation Application Update

ANNOUNCEMENT TO GRADUATING STUDENTS


As of October 14, 2016


 



  1. Please be informed that the GradApp for Online Application for Graduation was already closed as of 4:30pm today.

 



  1. Summary List of students who applied for graduation and have successfully completed the required information was already posted for your reference.  The schedule of your interview was indicated in the list.  If there are inquiries with regard to the list, please visit the Office of the Registrar to inquire.

 



  1. Please take note of the schedule of your interview with your respective Enrolment and Evaluation In-Charge as indicated in the Summary List.

 




    1. Please be at the Registrar's Office at least ten (10) minutes before your scheduled interview. The interview will focus only on the evaluation of subjects taken to satisfy the completion of your respective curricula. It is a confirmation of the remaining subjects that you need to enrol and pass prior to graduation.

 



  1. For those who were not able to upload their pictures at the GradApp, please send your scanned pictures to this e-mail address: annabelle.balita@dlsl.edu.ph.

 




    1. The picture should follow the following requirements: 2x2 recent ID picture, formal attire with white background.

 


For students who were not able to apply for graduation using the GradApp:


 


1.      Proceed to the Office of the Registrar to accomplish the Application for Graduation Matrix.


2.      Secure a copy of your Interview and Graduation Picture Taking Schedule.


3.      Secure a copy of the EVALUATION FORM FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS from the Office of the Registrar, from your Academic Advisers or at your respective College Secretaries.




    1. Only the remaining subjects for the 2nd semester or Summer should be listed in the Form. Leave the Column First Sem Subjects blank. However, if that column was already filled-up with the subjects currently being taken, there is no problem with that.

4.      Accomplish the Form and have it signed by your Academic Advisers.


5.      Bring the signed Form during your Interview Schedule and submit it to the  following Enrolment and Evaluation In-Charge respectively:


 


a.      Annabelle Balita   -  CIHTM, CEAS & CoN (Window 10)


b.      Remedios Lilia Punzalan - CBEAM and CoL (Window 8)


c.      Maria Russel Joy Mea  CITE (Window 11)


 


Extended Deadline for Manual Application is until October 17-21, 2016


 


 


REMINDER : You may view your grades online at the url:  http://studentsgrades.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal using your student accounts


 


 


 


Green Chevron Basketball Men's UCCL Back-to-Back Championship Appearance
The recently held United CALABARZON Collegiate League (UCCL), which took place at First Asia Institute of Technologies and Humanities (FAITH) was a memorable one for the College Basketball-Men as they placed first runner-up on the said event. The Green Chevrons fought a great Finals Series for the second straight season against the Manila-based team, the Olivarez College Sea Lions Paranaque.

On the first two games of the tournament, Captain Giorgio Salta dominated and received his back-to-back Player-of-the-Game award in an action-packed battle against the Lyceum of  the Philippines University-Laguna highlighted with 24 points and with six three pointers. Unfortunately, the veteran point guard got injured after 2 games and Coach Michael Gonzales had to rely on his star, big man Glenn Latayan who's one of the most dominant forwards in CALABARZON.

Hurting both of his knees, the veteran scorer Adrian De Castro of the Chevrons was unable to give his 100% during the last game of elimination so the coach decided to put huge amount of playing time on Ely Quitain and Rommel Sabido. Playing without their two reliable scorers, Rael Macalindong, who is on his fourth year as a Chevron, proved that their team was still unbeatable in their bracket. With the help of their other key players, Ramon Macario and Justin Magnaye, they secured their standings with ZERO LOSS and played the best games of their career in the elimination round.

During the Quarter-Finals, the Chevrons faced their bracket-rival, the Spartans of Lyceum of the Philippines University-Laguna and once again they had a thrilling game which resulted in a DLSL victory. Entering the Semi Finals with an undefeated record, the Lipa Based Team have to face the top teams of the other two brackets namely, the Batangas City's elite team, the University of Batangas Brahmans and the defending UCCL Champions, the Olivarez Sea Lions Paranaque. On the first game of the semis against Olivarez College, the Sea Lions gave La Salle their first heart-breaking loss. With the thought of bouncing back from their previous game, their veterans decided to play despite the injuries and battled the Brahmans, and fortunately they gave the Batangas City-based team their worst loss of the season.

As expected, the Chevrons faced the Olivarez College again on a bloody best of three finals match up.  During the first game of the series, the Olivarez used their height advantage against the smaller chevrons and dominated game one. On the second game, still playing with an injured left knee, La Salle's Captain showed that they can still match the confidence of the team from Paranaque, making baskets after baskets with the help of his nine year teammate Glenn Latayan. But despite all the efforts, DLSL fell short against the Olivarez College and the Sea Lions won their second straight UCCL championship.

After this jam-packed tournament, the DLSL College Basketball-Men will still be playing and hoping to get their first ever Major League Championship in the upcoming NCAA-SOUTH Season 18.









Grade 3 Assignment August 15, 2016
1. Language book will be kept in the classroom weekly and will just be sent home after the checking of book work activities.
2. Provide a long folder with plastic cover and fastener for CL, Social Studies and penmanship activities/ hand-outs.
3. Book: Science, Math and Language (210 only)
4. Wear your P.E Uniform:  (BB 204, BB 208, BB 209 only).

Grade 2 Assignment August 15, 2016
1. Review:

a. Math - place value/ value of numbers.
b. Language – introducing oneself, see handout.

2. Book: Math (1)
3. Bring your computer every Tuesday.

Grade 1 Assignment August 15, 2016


  1. Bring your computer kit every Tuesday.
  2. Computer notebook, hand-out and pencil in plastic envelope with
    handle.



Grade 2 Assignment August 12, 2016
1.    Books: Math, Filipino
2.    SPEP Gilas will be every Tuesday from 1:40-2:20 beginning September 13. (for BG112 only).


Grade 1 Assignment August 12, 2016
1.    Please practice writing at home.
2.    Bring story book (English/ Tagalog) on Monday.

Grade 3 Assignments August 8, 2016
Grade 3
August 8, 2016

1.    Regular schedule starts tomorrow.
2.    Use Small bag with the following:
           a.  Assignment Notebook.
           b. Pencil with eraser.
           c. Snacks and packed lunch.
           d. Pad paper.
           e. Name tag.
3.   Please cover and label your books and notebooks properly except the  
           sketch pad.
4.   On Wearing of School Uniform
           a.  Old students – August 15
           b.  New students – August 22
5. Wear your P.E. Uniform:
           Tuesday: BB 104, 208 and 209
           Wednesday: BB 204 and 210
           Thursday: BB 205
            Friday: BB 206
            Only plain white shirt shall be allowed as replacement.
6.    Wear type B uniform every first Friday. Pair it with dark blue/black jeans,  
       white socks and rubber shoes.
7.  On Lunch Break Policy:    
          a.  Students are required to have their lunch inside the classroom.
          b.  Parents/Guidance are not allowed to supervise.
8.  The following were given:
          a.   Class Schedule
          b.  Students Individual File (SIF)
          c. Please accomplish and return the reply slip on or before (August 15).
          d.   Format of Excuse Letter.         
9.   Mission Collection is every Tuesday.
10.  Health inspection is every Monday.
11.  Bring Your Own Utensils. (BYOU) will be strictly implemented.
12.  Haircut inspection is every first Monday.
         (Barber’s cut 2x3).

Grade 2 Assignment August 8, 2016
Grade 2
August 8, 2016

1.    Regular schedule starts tomorrow.
2.    Use Small bag with the following:
a.    Assignment Notebook.
b.    Pencil with eraser.
c.    Snacks and packed lunch.
d.    Pad paper.
e.    Name tag.

3.   Please cover and label your books and notebooks properly except the  
           sketch pad.
4.    On Wearing of School Uniform
           a.  Old students – August 15
           b.    New students – August 22
 5. Wear your P.E. Uniform:
                 Monday: BG 113 and 114
                 Wednesday: BG 109
                 Thursday: BG 110
                  Friday: BG 111 and 112
        Only plain white shirt shall be allowed as replacement.
6.    Wear type B uniform every first Friday. Pair it with dark blue/black jeans,  
        white socks and rubber shoes.
7. On Lunch Break Policy:
          a.    Students are required to have their lunch inside the classroom.
          b.  Parents/Guidance are not allowed to supervise.
8. The following were given:
          a.  Class Schedule
          b. Students Individual File (SIF)
          c.  Please accomplish and return the reply slip on or before (August 15).
          d.  Format of Excuse Letter.         
9.   Mission Collection is every Tuesday.
10.  Health inspection is every Monday.
11.  Bring Your Own Utensils. (BYOU) will be strictly implemented.
12.  Haircut inspection is every first Monday.
          (Barber’s cut 2x3).


Grade 1 Assignment August 8, 2016
Grade 1
August 8, 2016

1.    Regular schedule starts tomorrow. Please refer to your schedule and be guided accordingly.
2.    Use small bag with the following:
           a. All notebooks
           b. Snacks and packed lunch (Nobody is allowed to have recess/lunch outside the classroom.)
3.    Please cover and label your books and notebooks properly.
4.    When to wear School Uniform:
           a. Old Students – August 15
           b. New Students – August 22
5.    The following were given:
           a. Class Schedule
           b. Format of Excuse Letter
           c. Student Individual File (Please accomplish and return it on or before August 15).
          d.  Letter from the Assistant Principal for Administration (please return the reply slip).
6.    Note:
       A. On P.E uniform
            1. Only white shirt shall be allowed as replacement for P.E T-shirt after P.E. class.

       B. On Type B uniform
            1. Wear type B uniform (green La Salle shirt with collar paired with blue/black denim pants, white socks
                 and rubber shoes) every first Friday of the month.
      C. On Haircut (for male pupils)
            1. Haircut inspection is done every first Monday of the month.
            2. Prescribed haircut – Barber’s cut (2x3)
            3. Mission Collection is every Tuesday.
            4. Health inspection (checking of finger nails, ears, uniform, etc.) is every Monday.
            5. Bring your own utensils (spoon, fork, lunch box, water bottle, etc.) This will be strictly implemented
                to support the Bring Your Own Utensils. (BYOU) program.

Green Chevron Swimmers Earn Gold, Silver in Palaro 2016
De La Salle Lipa's Green Chevron swimmers clinched gold and silver medals at the 59th Palarong Pambansa held April 10-16, 2016 in Albay, Bicol.

Junior High School students, Robin Luise Tolentino, Grade 8, won a gold medal, while Ethan Roy Go, Grade 7, won a silver medal, both in the 4 x 100 Medley Relay.

Previous winner, Go, not only garnered three gold medals at 2015 Palarong Pambansa held in Tagum City, Davao, but he likewise set a new record, beating his own time.

Based on the overall standing, this year's national league, themed "Transforming Communities, Transcending through K-12,"was dominated once more by the National Capital Region, followed by the Region IV-A (CALABARZON) at second place, and the Region VI (Western Visayas) secured the third place,.

Department of Education Secretary, Br. Armin Luistro FSC, was quoted in the news article titled, "59th Edition of the Palarong Pambansa Ends," posted on the same government agency's website as he shared a valuable advice and parting words to all Palaro athletes, "Huwag na huwag ninyong kakalimutan kung saan kayo nanggaling. Huwag na huwag ninyong kakalimutan ang inyong unang coach, mentor at unang technical official na tumulong sa inyo. Dahil kung marunong kayong lumingon sa pinanggalingan, malayo ang inyong mararating."




Green Chevrons Lead CALABARZON Secondary Volleyball Girls at Palaro
Out 18 competing regions in the country for the Palarong Pambansa 2016, the Green Chevrons-led Secondary Girls Volleyball CALABARZON team, managed to land first runner-up after facing the back-to-back champion, National Capital Region, at the Bicol Colleges Gymnasium, Legazpi City.

Team CALABARZON subjugated contenders from their bracket - Group D: Central Luzon, Eastern Visayas, and ARMM; while the Central Visayas and Negros Island Region were bested at the quarterfinals and semis, respectively, which gave them a chance to grab the title.

The Green Chevron members of team CALABARZON are Mary Mirgie Bautista, Jewel Hannah Ysabelle Encarnacion, Jamie Margaret Frago, Reign Lumbera, Alleiah Jan Malaluan, Janel Maraguinot - Best Setter, and Ylizyeth Justine Jazareno - Best Receiver. The team was headed by coach Regine Diego, and assisted by trainer, Raphael Guevarra, both DLSL alumni.

Palarong Pambansa 2016 covered 21 events, including four demonstration sports, while more than 200 gold medals were awarded. It ran April 10-16 and hosted for the first time by the Province of Albay under the helm of Gov. Joey Salceda.




Grade School Completers Recognition Rites 2016
The De La Salle Lipa community, together with the parents, celebrated the young Lasallians completion of grade school and their hard earned awards for the Academic Year 2015-2016 on March 31, 2016 at the SENTRUM.

This year's 286 grade school completers were all smiles as they receive their academic and non-academic awards, as well as their endorsement by the administrators to advance to Junior High School.

Below are the awardees for this year.

 

TOP 10 STUDENTS

Paolo Miguel C. Torres
Gianna Dominique I. Dalangin
Frederich Galen M. Angeles
Maika Margaret L. Gonzales
Kim D. Ditan
Michael Jordson B. Reyes
Josh Aldrich P. De Villa
Maria Amanda D. Aguirre
Christienne Sigrid F. De Jesus
May Angela Z. Villanueva

 

SUBJECT EXCELLENCE AWARD

                        BEST IN CLCE                       Maika Margaret L. Gonzales
                        BEST IN ENGLISH                Paolo Miguel C. Torres
                        BEST IN FILIPINO                Gianna D. Dalangin
                        BEST IN SOCSTUD               Paolo Miguel C. Torres
                        BEST IN SCIENCE                Paolo Miguel C. Torres
                        BEST IN MATH                     Gerard Elmer D. Ilagan

 

MODEL STUDENTS

                                    BB41               Maria Amanda D. Aguirre
                                    BB401             Janna Mariah B. Macaraeg
                                    BB402             Sofia Isabel C. Mindanao
                                    BB403             Kate A. Calaluan
                                    BB404             Sophia Alexia L. Villanueva
                                    BB405             Stefie Danes L. Cadeliña
                                    BB406             Marc O’neil J. Mayuga






Grades Issuance for the 2nd Sem of SY 2015-2016







 


GRADES ISSUANCE for the 2nd SEM of SY 2015-2016


 


 


STUDENTS GRADES MAYBE VIEWED ONLINE


starting April 7, 2016 at 6:00pm


 


To view your grades online, log in at http://smsportal.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal/ use Internet Explorer in accessing the portal.


 


PLEASE BE INFORMED THAT IF YOU ARE NOT YET CLEARED FROM THE OFFICES OF THE REGISTRAR, STUDENT SERVICES & ACCOUNTING OFFICE, VIEWING OF YOUR GRADES WILL BE BLOCKED BY THE SYSTEM.


 


Please refer to the List of ON-HOLD STUDENTS posted at the DLSL website at url www.dlsl.edu.ph (Academic Services-Registrars webpage).


 


 







 


ISSUANCE of the PRINTED copy of GRADES for the 2nd 


 


SEM of SY 2015-2016


 


 


 Secure printed copy of your grades at your assigned COMPUTER LABORATORY stated below on April 8, 2016 starting 8:00am to 5:00pm only, please refer to your assigned computer laboratory below:


 


 

















LAST NAME OF STUDENT


COMPUTER LABORATORY


A to F


MB 409


G to M


MB 509


N to Z


MB 510


 


 Thank you.


Health Practitioners Visit DLSL WMI
Gearing for its first batch of student enrollees, the DLSL Wellness Management Institute (WMI) welcomes various health practitioners on 2 March 2016 to present its newest programs:  the certificate courses in Holistic Massage and Spa Management.

A luncheon meeting spearheaded by the DLSL College of Nursing Dean, Dr. Alicia Barte and WMI certified-therapist, Ms. Reanrose Dragon, was held at the Cafe Le Barako.  They were joined by Dr. Femy Octaviano, former Chair of the Board of Nursing in the Philippines and current Department Head of the Trinity University of Asia College of Nursing; Dr. Remy Fernandez, Dean of the Arellano University College of Nursing Graduate School; Mr. Ponciano Malabanan, Dean of the Lipa City Colleges' College of Nursing; Ms. Roselle Azucena, Vice President for Corporate Affairs and Strategic Planning of Mary Mediatrix Medical Center; Ms. Rose Octaviano, formerly connected with the Philippine Mental Health Association; and USLS Bacolod alumnus Mr. JP Yulo.

The visit became an opportune time to present the WMI's newest industry-responsive programs that are designed to equip prospect students with skill, knowledge and first-hand experience based on globally recognized standards, to be conducted by internationally certified instructors.  Adapting a UK international certification curriculum, WMI offers certificate courses for spa beginners, professionals, and spa business owners.  WMI students are eligible for international certification which will pave way to job opportunities both here and abroad.

The guests were also able to tour one of the institution's newest facility, the Coco Spa, a 350 sq.m. training ground for WMI students located at the 4th level of Chez Rafael.

Interested WMI applicants may call Ms. Reanrose Dragon at (043) 756-5555 local 270 or email wellness@dlsl.edu.ph.

Grade School Studes Win Rotaract Top Prize
Strike while the iron is hot. It was the most fitting expression for the pupils of De La Salle Lipa, fresh from a prior feat which proved that they were unstoppable.

Overall Champion, Paolo Miguel Torres (Grade 6), Gerard Elmer Ilagan (Grade 6) and Matthew Dalangin (Grade 5) with coaches, Verna Dimaala, Lorna Bagares, and Leonie Landicho, rightfully bagged the most coveted title at the 6th Rotaract Academic Challenge held at De La Salle Lipa on February 20, 2016.

The event was participated in by 18 schools from the Division of Lipa that vied for the Rotaract title sponsored by the Rotary Club of Metro Lipa.




Graphika Manila Features DLSL Artist, Student
De La Salle Lipa Multimedia Arts (MMA) Batch 2015, magna cum laude, Patricia D. Molinyawe, and MMA fourth year student, John Michael R. Bucal, made headlines at the Graphika Manila 2016 as both made it to this year's book on featured artists.

Both the products of creativity and artistry of Molinyawe, Marketing Communications' Multimedia Assistant, and Bucal, graduating student, were handpicked and recently published in the annual issue of the Graphika Book. The organizers mentioned that "artists from the Philippines and around the world" participated in the annual search. There was no theme or topic to observe, nor specific software to use. Artists had the liberty to go freestyle with any subject under the sun.

In the case of Molinyawe, her artwork, titled, "A Colorful Chaos," was produced through the Adobe illustrator software. She explained that her artwork "relates to what I'm feeling in my life right now. Each color corresponds to a certain mood, and even though they're all mixed up and tangled with each other, I still find a way to make them look beautiful and work as a whole. My artwork is me. I am my Artwork. Doing something artsy especially drawing and coloring gives me that satisfaction and feeling good about myself which eases me up whenever I feel stressed or even when I'm bored." This was her second time to be featured while the first was back in 2015.

Bucal's selected entry, on the other hand, was the renowned boxer, Manny Paquioa, aptly titled, "People's Champ." Through Adobe photoshop and his tool graphics tablet, he managed to create the face of the Filipino boxer. For his part, Bucal shared, "[I] painted with the colors of our Philippine flag. This portrait is a tribute [in a form of an] art for the man who has brought glory to our country."

The Graphika Book is a collection of artworks which showcases the talent of professional and budding artists, and provides an opportunity to make a name in the same field. The book was launched during the annual Graphika Manila conference.




Green Talents Spread Christmas Spirit at SM San Pablo
On 21 November 2015, De La Salle Lipa's homegrown Green Talents shared an afternoon delight with the mall-goers of SM City San Pablo, Laguna.

It was the second time for the Lasallians to bring smile and delight to the viewers but they made it extra special by spreading the spirit of Christmas by performing the season's well-known songs with dance numbers.

All the Green Talents' hardwork paid off as the crowd cheered and applauded the performances tirelessly; clearly appreciating the talents before them without doubt and reservation.

The institution is grateful for the following performers for unselfishly sharing their talents: Cai Anillo, Jet Marcus Marasigan, Trizia de Guzman, Precious Maghinay, Zharina de Castro, Jaymee Nicole Julayco, Micah Gonzales, Daphne Alpedes, Darius Matibag, Adee Alcantara, Rachel Dimaculangan, Emmanuel Ong, Jr, Carmi Ariola, Diego Barrios, Aedel Caraan, Aubrey Caraan, Sally de Jesus, Via Mojado, Sendhara Trillanes, Redspot Crew, Integrated School Modern Dance Club, Danzcom PEP Squad, and the Salindayaw Dance Company.





Guidelines on attendance during announcement of no classes due to inclement weather conditions
Please be informed that whenever there is a declaration of no classes due to inclement weather conditions, please be guided by the following:

  1. COLLEGE

    For Full-time Faculty
    1. Reporting time shall be from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
    2. Full-time faculty whose official time is less than 8 hours, shall only render the required number of hours for the day.
    3. Required number of hours does not include overload. Be it noted that the overload pay will still be given.
    4. If in case the suspension of classes is announced within the day, co-workers will only be asked to report until 5:00 pm, except if the management decides to call off work at an earlier time.


    Note: For numbers 1,2 and 3, individual application for change shift is required.

    For Part-time Faculty
    They will no longer be required to report for work during the no class day but that they are encouraged to conduct make-up classes in lieu of the missed actual session for the day.

  2. INTEGRATED SCHOOL

    For Faculty, Staff, Librarians, Guidance Counselors assigned in the Integrated School
    1. Co-workers shall render the required number of hours for the said date based on the approved official time.
    2. If in case the suspension of classes is announced within the day, co-workers will only report based in official time or depending on the announcement of the management.

  3. ASF/ANT/NANT
    1. Co-workers shall render the required number of hours for the said date based on the approved official time.
    2. Co-workers whose approved official time is beyond 6:00 pm should apply for change shift of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
    3. If in case the suspension of classes is announced within the day, co-workers will only be asked to report until 5:00 pm, except if the management decides to call off work at an earlier time.

GS Science Varsity Team Wins Big in District, Division Levels
In two succeeding events of the Science Fair and Congress themed "Pushing the Frontiers of Science through Innovations and Excellence," held September 10 and September 17, 2015 for the District and Division Levels, respectively, De La Salle Lipa's Grade School Science Varsity Team certainly went beyond their boundaries to conquer major awards.

In the District Level, "Angela Santelices of BB 204 won 2nd place out of 30 participating schools both from public and private in Science Quiz Bee in Grade 3; Matthew Daniel Dalangin of BB 304 won 3rd place out of 30 participating schools also in Science Quiz Bee in Grade 5, both from public and private; Gianna Dominique Dalangin of BB 41 won 2nd place in Sci-Impromptu out of 19 participating schools both from public and private;  and Isabelle Lara Aguirre of BB 41won 3rd place in the Sci-Art out of 19 participating schools both from public and private. The theme for Sci-Impromptu and Sci-Art was changed prior to the contest proper," according to the GS Varsity Team's mentor, Ms. Pines Domingo-Pangan, and yet the DLSL's contestants still manage to win awards.

Santelices and Gianna Dominique Dalangin advanced to the Division Level held at Padre Valerio Malabanan Memorial School and replicated their major awards, winning second place in Grade 3 Quiz Bee and third place in Grade 6 Sci-Impromptu, respectively. Challenges not only came from the degree of difficulty, but as well as the fact that the questions were in Filipino, after being acquainted in English. Apparently, it was not enough to deter the young Lasallians from succeeding. 

Ms. Pangan shared that she "was happy with the results because they still made it considering that there were many participating schools [that] joined." It is another testament of the team's determination and dedication in improving their craft at such a young age.

The DLSL community, and most likely their parents, beam with pride for the GS Science Varsity team's effort and hardwork; for harnessing their God-given gifts, as well as the honor they bring to the institution.



Garing, Top 8 in Nurse Licensure Examination
FLEURDELYN MANGUIAT GARING, magna cum laude of Batch 2015, deservingly landed 8th place in the May 2015 Nurse Licensure Examination after scoring 84.40%.

Such performance matches the outstanding results of De La Salle Lipa's NLE score of 92.00% for the first-time takers while the overall rating is 83.87% versus the national passing of 54.26%.

DLSL faired well in both regional and provincial
levels, CALABARZON and Batangas, as it topped the rankings, while the
institution placed second among La Salle schools next to University
of St. La Salle with an overall rating of 90.91%, in respect with 20-50
examinees.

Garing was one of the 9,707 who passed the NLE out of 17,891 hopefuls who took the exam held in May 2015 in the cities of Manila, Bacolod, Baguio, Cabanatuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Dagupan, Davao, Iloilo, Laoag, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga.

Aside from the said Lasallian topnotcher, below are the other NLE passers who earned the compliments of the DLSL community.

ARVIANE AUBREY ROSE VILLANUEVA ALTAMIRANO, RN
MICAH VERNA SHEEN SAMBAYAN ARIETA, RN
GERALDINE VIADO ATIENZA, RN
MARK ANTHONY MARQUEZ BAUTISTA, RN
CEILO MARIE CASTILLO BUGTONG, RN
INAH PATRICIA VILLANUEVA BUROG, RN
EROLL YZOBEL VERGARA CASAPAO, RN
KIM AZEL CAPINA CONTI, RN
KELSEY APUSEN DOBLE, RN
DIANA LYNN DELA CRUZ ESGUERRA, RN
KATHLEEN MAE RAMOS FERNANDEZ, RN
PAULINA NICOLE BONUS INANDAN, RN
ROSARY QUINTO LAYA, RN
PHILIPPE MANAY LOPEZ, RN
JOYCE PERDIGUERRA LUNA, RN
LUCY MAE MAGPANTAY, RN
MARA YSABEL CASTILLO MARQUEZ, RN
EDWARD EDRIAN GEBA MINDANAO, RN
DIANNE SARMIENTO PLATA, RN
CHARRIZZE DIMACULANGAN ROCES, RN
CARL ANGELO MALABUYOC RODRIGUEZ, RN
JEANNE MIKAELA EVANGELISTA SANCHEZ, RN
PAULYNNE MAGSINO TORRES, RN
RUSSELL ANTHONY ARIOLA TORRES, RN
JOHN NICHOLO LIM ZACARIAS, RN




Green Chevrons Collect Medals, Break Record in 2015 Palarong Pambansa
After the conclusion of this year's Palarong Pambansa held in Tagum City, Davao, May 3-9, 2015, De La Salle Lipa's Green Chevrons, along with other select athletes, represented with pride not only their schools, but the entire Region-IV CALABARZON as well.

Palarong Pambansa is one of the most anticipated annual tournaments in the country where all the different regions face each other in various individual and group sports.

Students from elementary to junior high school vie for the most coveted title, with a chance to land a contract with the leading colleges and universities scouting for the most promising athletes and produce the next big names to grace the professional leagues.

Facing the region's best from the different parts of the country proved to be a huge challenge but not insurmountable enough to be overcome, based on the impressive performance by the Green Chevrons which earned them, aside from the medals and special recognitions, the respect of the rest of their fellow athletes.

Setting a new record in the swimming division, Ethan Roy Go, garnered three gold medals in the 100m breaststroke, 4x50m freestyle relay, and 50m breaststroke, and a silver medal in the 4x50m medley relay.

The Champion DLSL-led Elementary Volleyball Girls team included the following Green Chevrons: Tanya Francesca Narciso - Most Valuable Player and Best Setter, Alleiah Jan Malaluan - Best Blocker, Kimberly Adajar, Kaija Fiona Carangan, Adriane Jarie Cubilla, and Tracy Ellise Regalado, with Coach Imelda Mendoza - Best Coach and Asst. Coach Cristopher Escartin.

Another selected Green Chevron volleyball player Simon Joseph Encarnacion was a member of the CALABARZON Elementary Volleyball Boys team who won the gold medal.

For the Junior High School representatives, the DLSL-led Volleyball team clinched the Second Runner-Up spot with Green Chevron members Jio Carlo Agbing, Kurt Michael Aguilar, Carlos Antonio Ambal, Angel Ricardo Enginco, Ian Joseph Adrian Gonzales, Lawrence Gil Magadia, and Allan Christian Mayuga, with Coach Rosel Sumcad and Asst. Coach Peter Perez. 

The DLSL delegation was composed of Emily Babasa, Sports and Culture Director, Renan Lumbera, Sports Coordinator, and Roy Laparan, Trainer.




Green Chevrons in the Spotlight
As the School Year 2014-2015 comes to an end, De La Salle Lipa's Green Chevrons take the spotlight to be recognized and applauded for their substantive contribution in the long list of the institution's achievements and outstanding accomplishments.

In their most recent tournament - Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association 2015 (STCAA) -  winning teams and individual players shall represent Region IV-A in the upcoming Palarong Pambansa 2015 in Tagum City, Davao from May 3 to 9. So while majority of the school are on vacation, the delegation shall continue their rigorous training and prepare for the toughest teams they shall be facing from the different regions in the country. The DLSL community wishes them good luck and may the founder St. John Baptist De La Salle keep them out of harm's way.

From the local leagues to the national tournaments, the athletes put up a good fight, regardless whether they won or lost their games. Thus, the DLSL community salutes the following students who have successfully risen to the occasion to conquer the following titles and special awards, and to all the delegations who have brought pride and honor to the school.

SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 2015 (STCAA)

I. CHAMPION
A. Volleyball: Elementary Girls
            High School Girls
            High School Boys

B. Swimming: Elementary Boys

 II. SECOND RUNNER-UP
A. Baseball High School Boys
B. Basketball Elementary Boys
C. Lawn Tennis High School Boys

III. INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

A. Volleyball:

Malaluan, Alleiah Jan L. (Grade 6-BB 403), MVP & Best Attacker
Narciso, Tanya Francesca R. (Grade 6-BB 306) Best Setter
Magadia, Lawrence Gil R. (Grade 10 LS 204) MVP & Best Setter
Aguilar, Kurt Mikhael M. (Grade 9-LS 311) Best Blocker
Bautista, Mary Mirgie B. (Grade 9-LS 408) Best Attacker
Maraguinot, Janel A. (Grade 9-LS 408) Best Setter
Lo, Jennelle Marie A. (Grade 10- LS 204) MVP

B. Swimming:
Ethan Roy Go, (Grade 6) Gold and 4 Bronze Medals
(new record holder-50m Breaststroke)


NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION - SOUTH 16th Season
(NCAA-South)

HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION

CHAMPION:
Volleyball Boys
Volleyball Girls
Football Boys
Futsal (Indoor Football) Girls

FIRST RUNNER-UP: Badminton Girls
Swimming Girls

SECOND RUNNER-UP: Badminton Boys
Table Tennis Girls
Chess Girls
Chess Boys
Swimming Boys
Taekwondo Team

 
COLLEGE DIVISION

CHAMPION:
Badminton Women
Swimming Men and Women
Taekwondo Women

FIRST RUNNER-UP:
Badminton Men
Basketball Men
Chess Men and Women

SECOND RUNNER-UP:
Volleyball Women

THIRD RUNNER-UP:
Volleyball Men


SOUTHERN LUZON COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (SLCUAA)


HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION

CHAMPION:
Chess Girls
Table Tennis Boys
Volleyball Boys
Volleyball Girls

FIRST RUNNER-UP:
Badminton Girls
Beach Volleyball Girls
Chess Boys

SECOND RUNNER-UP:
Badminton Boys
Basketball Boys
Beach Volleyball Boys
Football Boys
Table Tennis Girls
Taekwondo Team

COLLEGE DIVISION

CHAMPION:
Badminton
Chess Men and Women
Table Tennis Men and Women
Volleyball Women

SECOND RUNNER-UP:

Basketball Men
Volleyball Men

GRADUATING SCHOLARS' ASSEMBLY-AUDIENCE


The following scholars are
required to attend the Graduating
Scholars Assembly
on March 26, 2015, 1:45pm at the Br. Henry Virgil
Gymnasium.









































































































































































































































Ada, Ma. Angelica A.  Cuevas,
Ma. Lurena E. 
Jopia,
Joshua T. 
Mercado,
Nico M. 
Adapon, Maria Alicia J.  Dagook,
Angiela M. 
Kaibigan, Jayzel Anne Pearl R. Nueva
Espaa, Hazel L. 
Adefuin,
Jeralyn C.
Dapoc, Ma. Angelica S. Lanto, Zienna Mariz D. Pagcaliwagan, Nheil Patrick
Agojo,
MaryAnn M.
De Castro, Ma. Natasha Alexandria R. Lasat,
Frances Nikki Y. 
Peeda,
Arturo Emmanuel D. 
Agoncillo, King Martin U.  De
Las Alas, Kristille G. 
Ligaya,
Ma. Anna Katherine B. 
Perez, Mariecon C.
Albarico, Mary Grace L.  De Mesa, Mary Angelie M. Lipat,
Nelle Geraldine I. 
Portus,
Jeanette C. 
Almariz, Danica B.  De
Ocampo, Jelly I. 
Lontoc, Carina L. Publico,
Anna Rebecca L. 
Amano, Avegail C.  De
Torres, Jonathan L. 
Lunar, Lowell M. Quizon,
Jim Will B. 
Anterola,
Ellaine L.
Dela
Cruz, Jerwin V. 
Lunar, Mardiorie A. Ramos, Dennica Hannah A.
Aripio, Darelle Voi M.  Dela Vega, Lealynn Lunar,
Mecaela J. 
Resaba, Ma. Kristelle Bituin M. 
Bables, Rica N.  Dila, Lydel C. Mabiling,
Charish L. 
Reyes,
Marlyn B. 
Barte, Beverly M.  Dormedo,
Donna Mae P. 
Maderazo,
Charlene E. 
Rosales, Byron Ken S.
Baslot, Ehla Shaddie V.  Ebite,
John Patrick P. 
Magabo, Russel D. Saavedra, Sarah Lyn D.
Bautista,
Alexa Marrie B.
Esleta, Mary Ann M. Mainot, Novie Irish L. Sandoval,
Jessa F. 
Benamer, Mark Oliver A.  Fedelino,
John Dominique R. 
Malabanan,
Charlyn Jucel C. 
Sarmiento, Jerame M.
Bilaran, Ho Suet C.  Flores, John Gendric E. Malba, Liezel R. Sarmiento, Sharlen S.
Biscocho, Gleisa Marie G.  Fontanilla,
Abegail R. 
Manalo, Alvin M. Soril,
Lady Beverly M. 
Bognot, Angelica M.  Garcia, Janine Kathryn M. Manalo,
Kathrine Joyce B. 
Tagacay,
Analiza S. 
Bravo,
Kristian Adrian E.
Gaspar,
Sherry Mae M. 
Mandap,
Ernestine E. 
Taguas,
Gizelle M. 
Bucal, John Michael R.  Generoso, Michael Joseph A. Manimtim,
Camille H. 
Tarnate, Veronica Marie C.
Cabrera, John
Paulo D.
Godoy, Christine Joy V. Marquez,
Michelle P. 
Tenorio,
Fatima Tricia M. 
Cajefe, Jhanina V.  Gonzales,
Ericka Joy V. 
Masangkay,
Alaila Mae F. 
Torres,
Bernadeth A. 
Calingasan, Shekeinah A.  Guerra, Anna Louella L. Masangkay,
Quennie M. 
Tumogsoc,
Jezreel R. 
Capoquian, Jamaika  Ilustre,
Maria Jana Minela C. 
Matundan,
Jennalyn A. 
Umali,
Jeanette Anne I. 
Carandang,
Eunice A.
Imperial,
Bernadette B. 
Mercado,
Ma. Glydel E. 
Villanueva, Mary Angelique M.






Game Jammer Veteran Contreras Wins Anew
At age 20, Roan Contreras, a Multimedia Arts senior student, is considered a seasoned game developer. In fact, this young Lasallian has joined the renowned Manila Game Jam for five consecutive years, since he was in junior high school, and won second place four times including the most recent title he received on January 25 at the Manila Game Jam 2015, hosted for the past four years by the De La Salle College of St. Benilde, one of the many venues. 

His winning entry Crowd Nine, was based on the theme What Do We Do Next? It was a concept that he personally found more complicated than the previous themes, especially in his case as the lone developer of the game versus the teams from the hundreds of participants.

An extra challenge on the part of Contreras was to produce the game within the 48-hour allotted time at their selected venue, on top of that was the scarcity in sleep and rest which certainly put his skill to the test and his creativity to the limit.

Crowd Nine the name of the rocket ship in his game depicts the unpredictable scenarios in a myriad of plots in a movie dictated by the director, while a crowd of nine people reacts as the rocket crashes towards earth. Enthusiasts of such application may visit a website, www.newgrounds.com, where you can see the teaser and even find a link to upload the full version for free. This popular website, among others, provide venues to promote new games and gather feedbacks by ranking the most recently uploaded teasers and Crowd Nine has been voted top three.

Contreras, a homegrown talent and student of De La Salle Lipa since grade school, has already produced more than 60 games, making him a familiar name in the national level of game development.

Although he has not released any of his games commercially, this passion of his is further honed as an intern in an independent game developer company.




Green Chevrons Rule LSMS Volleyball
This year's League of Southern Manila School (LSMS) 2014 may be the best season for De La Salle Lipa, specifically, in the volleyball tournament.

At the championship competition on October 4, 2014, held at Brent International School, Mamplasan, Bian, Laguna, the host school, the Green Chevrons mustered all their courage and strength to either defend their respective title or prove their worth to be crowned as the seasons champions.

De La Salle Lipa's Volleyball Girls in the 14 Under category successfully secured their title over Manila Hope Christian School, as this winning teams Co-Capt. Alleiah Jan Malaluan was once again named the Most Valuable Player and at the same time one of the Mythical Six along with teammate Tanya Francesca Narciso.



The Volleyball Boys in the same category replicated the girls feat as they managed to grab the championship title over Bubukal Elementary School, while team member Vince Gerard Maglinao was this season's Most Valuable Player and one of the Mythical Six along with teammate Jonathan De Castro.



The High School Boys Division I team reclaimed the championship title they lost last year to National University and overcame Canossa Academy Lipa, while Team Capt. Lawrence Gil Magadia was the Most Valuable Player and one of the Mythical Six along with teammate Angelo Ricardo Enginco.



Never far behind is the High School Girls Division I team who clinched the second place after a tough competition with this seasons champion Manila Hope Christian School, while Team Capt. Jennelle Marie Lo and teammate Janel Maraguinot, nonetheless, were both selected in the Mythical Six.



Volleyball is only one of the events that has already concluded in this particular league and more events championships will follow, so continue to route for the Green Chevrons.




Green Chevrons: Unsung Heroes

At the onset of a new school year, another season of various
leagues in different levels shall pose new challenge for De La Salle Lipas
athletes the Green Chevrons. To manifest DLSL communitys encouragement, the
annual PEP Rally is held for them including the coaches, and the support staff.



Thus, on August 22, 2014, the institutions official teams
and coaches were rounded up at the SENTRUM and hailed by Sports and Culture
Director Emily Babasa as DLSLs unsung heroes, giving pride and honor to the
school and founder, as she addressed the community after the opening salvo of
this years PEP Rally.



In the inspirational message of DLSL President and
Chancellor Br.
Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., he pointed out that the occasion serves as a
tribute to the athletes, staff and coaches. He even commended the stellar
performance of the IS Green Chevrons for consistently landing the overall
champion in the Junior Division of the NCAA-South for four consecutive years,
and complimented the college athletes efforts for being runners-up in the
Senior Division for the past years in the same league. And lastly, he wished
that the athletes would stay true to the essence of the oath of Lasallian
athlete signifying the values and virtues of a Green Chevron.



The events guest speaker, Batangas Vice Governor Mark
Leviste, an all-around Lasallian athlete during his heydays at the De La Salle
College of St. Benilde, was quite generous with his advice and motivation. But
aside from sports, this youngest vice governor of the province emphasized the
importance of academics, and how to balance both. And before he leaves for an
executive education in Harvard
University
, he wished the
Green Chevrons good luck for the new season.



Presentations by the official line-up of the teams ensued, showing not
only that they are skilled athletes, but capable of performing as well.


Green Chevrons: "Unsung Heroes"
At the onset of a new school year, another season of various leagues in different levels shall pose new challenge for De La Salle Lipa's athletes - the Green Chevrons. To manifest DLSL community's encouragement, the annual PEP Rally is held for them including the coaches, and the support staff.

Thus, on August 22, 2014, the institution's official teams and coaches were rounded up at the SENTRUM and hailed by Sports and Culture Director Emily Babasa as DLSL's "unsung heroes, giving pride and honor to the school and founder," as she addressed the community after the opening salvo of this year's PEP Rally.

In the inspirational message of DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., he pointed out that the occasion serves as a tribute to the athletes, staff and coaches. He even commended the stellar performance of the IS Green Chevrons for consistently landing the overall champion in the Junior Division of the NCAA-South for four consecutive years, and complimented the college athletes' efforts for being runners-up in the Senior Division for the past years in the same league. And lastly, he wished that the athletes would stay true to the essence of the oath of Lasallian athlete signifying the values and virtues of a Green Chevron.

The event's guest speaker, Batangas Vice Governor Mark Leviste, an all-around Lasallian athlete during his heydays at the De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, was quite generous with his advice and motivation. But aside from sports, this youngest vice governor of the province emphasized the importance of academics, and how to balance both. And before he leaves for an executive education in Harvard University, he wished the Green Chevrons good luck for the new season.

Presentations by the official line-up of the teams ensued, showing not only that they are skilled athletes, but capable of performing as well.




GUIDANCE COUNSELOR

Qualification Standards


 


-         AB/BS Psychology graduate


-         at least 100% finished academic units in MA in Guidance and Counseling


-         Preferably Licensed Guidance Counselor        



Gammad, Outstanding Mathlete
The Mathematics Division of the Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics awarded BS Mathematics major Nikko Gammad as the Outstanding Mathlete in the region.

The competition, held last February 25, 2014, was held as part of UP Los Banos' Math Consciousness Week.  This regional competition consisted of two phases:  Elimination and Finals rounds.  Four of DLSL College participants - Nikko Gammad, Mylene Escano, Kim Van Nicole Nacor, and Kristine Joy Balmes - made it to the Final round.  Nikko Gammad emerged as the Champion and holds the title for two consecutive years now.








Grade School Math Champs Rule MTAP Challenge
Last January 30, the Division Oral Round of the 2014 Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP) Challenge for all the public and private elementary schools in the division took place. De La Salle Lipa Grade School had three champions, grades 1, 4, and 5. The following were the winners in the Division Round MTAP Challenge:
Grade 1 - Naomi Ashley Uy, who was also awarded Top Scorer in Written Round, and Lorenz Gabriel Briones. Ms. Cristy Hernandez coached the two.
Grade 4 - Paolo Miguel Torres and Gerard Elmer Ilagan, both were awarded Top Scorers in Written Round. Their coach was Ms. Evelyn de Castro.
Grade 5 - Angelo Vince Perez, also awarded as Top Scorer in Written Round, and Rafael Ma. Vincente Tagulao. Mr. Dennis Dimaala coached them.

Other grade levels such as Grade 2 placed second, Grade 3 ranked 4th while Grade 6 placed third.

The following are the students and their coaches:
Grade 2 - Alexander Benedict Bulloso and Divine Clarisse Yabut; coach, Ms. Rhea Pecayo.
Grade 3 - Gerald Pagcaliwagan and Quevin Custodio; coach, Ms. Ehden Petalio.
Grade 6 - Franz Pietro Santiago and Daphne Angelique Landicho; coach, Ms. Leonie Landicho.

De La Salle Lipa elementary teams were the Overall-Champion in the Oral Round.

However, only Grade 5 participated in the Regional Challenge.

Undisputed Grade 5 Math Wizards Angelo Vince Perez and Rafael Ma. Vicente Tagulao were announced champions in the Regional MTAP Challenge.

Perez and Tagulao's undefeated duo gets stronger as they hurdled the challenges starting from the elimination round where they are always hailed champions.

The 2014 Regional MTAP Challenge was held last February 7 in Antipolo City.

MTAP is an association which promotes this math competition to contribute in improving the quality of mathematics education in the country. Likewise, it awakens greater interest in the subject among elementary and secondary students from both public and private schools all over the country thus encourages students' excellence in the subject.


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Green Talents Shine Bright at SM City Lipa
The Green Talents of De La Salle Lipa wowed once again the people at SM City Lipa in a pre-Christmas show last November 18, 2013.

In the two-hour show, the students from grade school to college level showcased their talents through song and dance numbers.  The PEP Squad Danzcom enlivened the crowd with the beat of their drums, chant, and cheer dance. The Salindayaw Dance Company, Hilarian Dance Troupe, and Integrated School Dance Varsity rocked the dance floor with their vigorous dance numbers.

Among the performers are the singing sensations from the Integrated School, Tinuviel Esguerra, Aubrey Caraan, Mary Alcantara, Sendhara Trillanes, Kirsten De Jesus, Bea Paje, Nero Baustista and Vox Fusions.  They were joined by Carmi Ariola, Simer Co, Aedel Caraan , Jiah Dimaano, and De La Salle Voices from the College Department.

The crowd was also amazed by the performance of Kim Villanueva and Karl Escobar, the Popcorn Duo.

The show was directed by Mr. Romel Quizon and hosted by college students Kat Lantin and Archie Catapang.

Green Talents show is a collaborative project of the Integrated School and College Student Activity offices and the Marketing Communications Department.







Going Bigger to Serve Better
In pursuit of De La Salle Lipa to modernize its facilities, physical development and rehabilitation are constantly taking place.

In fact, on October 9, a groundbreaking ceremony for the College Learning Resource Center (CLRC) expansion was held. Planning Officer Dfezie Tipan explained briefly the upcoming structure and its ultimate purpose. "A four-storey Library Building Extension is envisioned by DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. to complete the current CLRC and transform it to become the institution's learning hub.  As the center for learning, all students from DLSL regardless of level, will be able to do their research - in books and online - and conduct scholarly discourses in its discussion rooms.  The additional infrastructure is intended to jumpstart the efforts to utilize one library card that will be honored even in the library extensions throughout the campus and consolidate the database of all library resources, enabling students to track the locations of books and availability across all library facilities of DLSL." Construction of the building shall be completed within the current school year.

In his remarks on the occasion, the Brother President shared an interesting anecdote. In his quest to look for generous benefactors who could assist the institution, he didnt anticipate that someone will turn the tables on him. He knew the best thing to do at that very moment and shared the meager amount he had in his pocket. He was promised the money will be returned and true enough, that someone walked up to him one day and returned the favor a hundred fold.

Following the words of the Brother President, PMO Director Arnold Capuloy underscored the importance of working together to encourage more benefactors to help build the future of the young Lasallians.

The CLRL expansion marks the beginning of the ten-year physical development plan so expect more buildings to soon rise on the campus.





Comm studes win nat'l video tilt
Gabriel Gonzales, Arthea Jean Marcellana, Krystelle Corpuz, Josa Andrea Suazo and Robert Carlo Calalo, third year AB Communication students bagged the Jurors' Choice and Audience Choice awards with their short film ERE in the Final Competition of the Catholic Video Festival of the 4th AV Faith Awards organized by St. Paul University Makati held at the SMX, Mall of Asia.

The group competed with 43 entries from all over Metro Manila and Southern Tagalog. The top 12 entries were selected during the preliminary competition on August 17. Out of the 12 entries, 6 short films/documentaries were recognized.

The short film is about dreaming and how the word of God can guide somebody who aspires to achieve it no matter how impossible it seems. The members of the jury included Elvert Baares of the NCCA, Jeannie Gualberto of GMA NewsTV and Solar Channel, and Roehl Jamon of the UP Film Institute.

The AV Faith Awards is annually conducted to showcase outstanding Catholic Videos, particularly to observe 2013 as Year of Faith celebration as declared by Pope Emeritus Benedict XIV.




Graduating HS Studes Join DLSL's Career Expo

The Career Expo 2013, an annual gathering
of graduating high school seniors from the top feeder schools, was held last 10
September 2013 at the DLSL Sentrum. 
Participated in by over 1000 graduating students, the event aims to help
the participants in their career decision making and pathing in partnership
with the Guidance NGO.




The seminar on career path was facilitated
by Mr. Serafin Junn Geronimo Jr., the Director for Communications of Guidance
NGO and the Editor-in-Chief of SG Advertising and Publications, the publisher
of School Guide and Paths Magazine.  Participants
were oriented on factors affecting career choice and an in-depth overview of
the different college programs offered by various colleges and universities.






Participants were also given the chance to
know more about DLSL college programs with the exhibit prepared by the
different colleges.  They also joined in
the breakout sessions facilitated by the faculty and student volunteers in the
college area.






This years career expo was participated in
by DLSL St. Br. Jaime Hilario Learning Community, Cuenca
Institute, La Purisima Concepcion Academy,   The Lipa Grace Academy, and The Mabini
Academy. 




Gawad Alumni
Blessed Br. Arnould Jules-Nicolas Reche
Jules-Nicolas Rche was born into a poor family living in Landroff in the region of Lorraine.  At an early age he worked as a stable-boy, a coachman, and finally as a hauler for a local construction company. He taught for fourteen years at the boarding school on the Rue de Venise in Reims. Despite the demands of a full teaching schedule he managed to study theology, mathematics, science and agriculture, which he taught to small groups of advanced students.

He was appointed as Director of Novices at Thillois, France and won the hearts of his young Novices by his fraternal concern to their spiritual and professional development. Blessed Br. Arnould was known for his devotion to the Lord's passion and for his sensitivity and obedience to the inspiration of the Holy Spirit who, as he often remarked, "strengthens a person's heart." He died at the age of 52.

Gawad Alumni
The Blessed Brother Arnould Rche Distinguished Alumni Award, a.k.a., Gawad Alumni is established to share the Lasallian charism and to recognize the outstanding personal and professional achievements and contributions of the elementary, high school and college (including MMT) graduates of De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) by the Office of the President, Presidential Management Office for Alumni Linkages.

Objectives
The Gawad Alumni aims to give tribute to DLSL Alumni who embody the Lasallian ideals of faith, service, and community and to formally acknowledge his/her valuable contribution to the community at the local, regional, national or international levels.  

Structure and Mechanics 
1.    A maximum of seven (7) alumni/alumnae may be awarded every year.
2.    The following categories shall be considered in the nomination of outstanding alumni/alumnae:
2.1.    Business, Commerce and Agriculture
2.2.    Church Involvement (lay, religious, diocesan), Community Service / Social Responsibility and Environment
2.3.    Government and Public Service (officials and employees)
2.4.    Education
2.5.    Science, Technology and/or Research
2.6.    Sports, Arts and Culture
3.    The awardees will be selected by a panel of judges created for the purpose initiated by the Office of the President (see Judging Panel).
4.    Nominators are excluded from serving on the selecting panel.
5.    A seventh award, the Presidents Special Award may be given to a member of the Alumni based on his/her active involvement with DLSL and upon the discretion of the DLSL President..

Nomination may be sent via mail addressed to :   
Gawad Alumni 2016 Secretariat
c/o Alumni Linkages Officer
Presidential Management Office
2/F Sen. Jose Diokno Bldg.
De La Salle Lipa
1962 JP Laurel Highway, Lipa City 4217

Or Email accomplished form with subject GAWAD ALUMNI 2016 to: 
brokenfsc@gmail.com
cc: derrick.awatin@dlsl.edu.ph

For further information, please contact the De La Salle Lipa Presidential Management Office Alumni Linkages at Tel. No. (043) 756 5555 loc 297 and look for Mr Derrick Awatin


Download Nomination Form







Grade School







Ms. Ailene R. De Leon


Grade School Librarian



Mr. Rex J. Quinto

Grade School Library Staff




Monday - Friday

7:00am-4:00pm


Tel. No. 756-5555 loc. 336


General Guidelines
The general guidelines for the use of the LRC are as follows:

  1. The school ID should be worn at all times while inside the LRC. School ID with barcode is used for borrowing any library materials. Any transactions in the LRC need the school ID. The “NO ID-NO ENTRY” policy is strictly implemented.

  2. Inappropriate attire is not allowed. Please be guided with the D.O. prescribed dress code. Dress code applies to all areas of the school campus.

  3. SILENCE and ORDERLINESS should be maintained. Respect and courtesy are expected. Do away with loitering and littering.

  4. Upon entrance at the main library, students are to be counted, kindly press the numbering machine with the corresponding college you belong.

  5. Bags are not allowed inside the book section.

  6. All books taken from the Book Section should pass through the Readers Services counter.

  7. Books are to be used properly. Leaning, writing on them must be avoided. Mutilation of any library property is strictly prohibited. Anyone found guilty of such act will be subjected to disciplinary action.

  8. Only four (4) students are allowed in one table. Doing art projects are discouraged.

  9. Cellular phones and similar electronic devices must be turned off or put to “silent” mode.

  10. Laptops/I-pad may be used inside the LRC with its own battery and without the use of the library’s power supply

  11. Food and drinks are strictly prohibited.

  12. The LIBRARY is a place for study and research. Your cooperation to maintain QUIET, ORDERLY and CLEAN environment is very much appreciated.

  13. Bystanders will be advised to leave the LRC so that all researchers and information seekers can be accommodated.

  14. Wi-Fi access is for learning/research purposes only. Activation is at the Reader’s Services Counter.

  15. Personal belongings brought in the reading area must be submitted voluntarily for inspection before leaving the LRC.

  16. Users caught bringing out (theft) library materials without permission shall be dealt with appropriate disciplinary actions.

  17. For repeated or serious violations of guidelines, the Librarian may recommend to the Discipline Officer the suspension of any or all privileges of a student.


Guidance Counselor
- AB/BS Psychology graduate

- must be a graduate of MA in Guidance and Counseling

- Licensed Guidance Counselor

Gen. Miguel Malvar Bldg. - Front Area


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Transfering of Replaced Computer Unit to ICT
Greetings!

This is to restate the previous memorandum to the community that computer units that were replaced must be transferred to ICT.  The device and /or its components will be refurbished to completely utilize our IT resources for general welfare.

Should  you need assistance you  may call Mr. Allan Lucero at loc. 246.

For your guidance and preparation.

Thank you very much!



Give a Gift
DONATE NOW

Herencia De La Salle, The Lasallian Heritage Gift Campaign

It is De La Salle Lipa's response and commitment to God's call for the human and Christian education of the young, especially the poor. The Project shares among benefactors, alumni, co-workers, students and friends, a genuine and tangible concern for the poor by providing them access to Lasallian education through financial and other forms of gift-donations.

At present, Herencia De La Salle supports the following:
-    BookMobile and Reading Program (BMRP)
-    St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Night High School Program
-    St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Senior High School Scholarship Program
-    St. Br. Miguel Febres Cordero College Scholarship Program
-    Lasallian Professorial Chairs Program
-    Lasallian Naming Rights Program
-    Lasallian Fund Aid Program

Giving to DLSL
- General Donations / Fund Aid Program
Unrestricted gifts and may be offered as financial assistance to deserving students who are unable to afford the total cost of their education through the Fund Aid Program.

- Lasallian Scholarship Annual Grant
The backbone of private support and one of the major sources of annual funding for the human and Christian Education of young people at De La Salle Lipa.  The Annual Grant supports the St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Night High School (Hilario) Program St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Senior High School Scholarship Program and St. Br. Miguel Febres Cordero FSC College (Febres) Scholarship Program.  With a gift of PhP 8,000.00, a donor can send a youth to DLSL through Hilario or Febres Program.

- Lasallian  Senior High School Scholarship Annual Grant
Beginning School Year 2014-2015, DLSL is serving selected and deserving young people by ushering them ahead of the other Filipino youth.  DLSL opened the pioneer class of senior high school two years ahead of the mandatory implementation in year 2016.  The class is composed of scholars from indigent families.  At the end of two academic years (college preparatory tracks), scholars will be equipped with skills and are qualified to take an NC II certification.  It will be their passport for employment to support their respective families and / or college education, if they opted to pursue college degree.

St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Senior High School Annual Grant is a gift-donation that is distributed in the year given as tuition aid for a scholar for two academic years in the St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Senior High School Scholarship Program.  An individual or group may co-partner with other five (5) donors to sponsor a scholar through an annual grant of PhP 9,300.00 each.  A single donor may sponsor a scholar to night high school through giving a gift amounting to PhP 55,500.00 annually.

- Lasallian Scholarship Endowment Fund
It is a single principal gift or a series of gifts for a pledge from an individual or group for the purpose of providing a human and Christian education to the young people at De La Salle Lipa.  An Endowment is preserved in perpetuity and is never encroached upon unless directed by the Br. President and in consultation with the benefactor/s of the fund.  The least amount of donation is PhP 196,000.00.  Only the endowment's annual interest income is spent for the intended purpose.  Another scholar shall then benefit from the said endowment after the previous scholar graduates.

- Lasallian Naming Rights Program
It is an enduring Lasallian tradition which bestows on exemplary Lasallian partner/s the distinguished honor of being recognized for his/her/their contributions to DLSL and the Lasallian Family in the Philippines.  This distinction is exclusively accorded with DLSL's exclusive right to name buildings, floors, lecture rooms, laboratories, conference rooms, walks, gardens etc. in the honorees' name. It is a befitting accolade and tribute and by such right, DLSL ensures that the legacy of the individual (or group) will be remembered by generation upon generation of Lasallians.

- BookMobile and Reading Program (BMRP)
BMRP is a transportable library and a guided reading program, is DLSL's response and commitment to develop public school children's reading skills directed towards increased functional literacy.  The program provides interesting and suitable reading resources for Grades 1 to 3 students.  Also, it offers supplementary instruction in Writing, Arithmetic, English, Science, etc, where needed.  BMRP accepts donations such as cash gift, books, AV materials, etc.

- Professorial Chairs Endowment Fund
It is set up for the purpose of implementing the research agenda of DLSL and in order to encourage the members of the academe towards the continuous and progressive pursuit of innovative studies and knowledge itself, Furthermore, it also seeks to encourage professional, creative and relevant research projects and to provide research opportunities for the members of the academe at DLSL.  Donated amount is deposited until total amount of deposit is enough for the endowment in which only the interest shall be used.  The fund shall be used as financial assistance for professors or faculty members who are commissioned to do research either for the project of the donor or for the project of the school. This would help the faculty concerned in his/her professional development.

- Other Forms of Donation
Giftsin-Kind includes donations of property other than cash and marketable securities such as real estate, works of art, books, equipment, furnishings, software and licensing.  Donation of service may be in the form of lecture / seminar or professional services.


How to Give a Gift
Donors from the Philippines

Donors may send their gifts to any of the following local DLSL Bank Accounts:
PESO Bank Accounts of DLSL
Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands
Branch: CM Recto Ave., Lipa City
Peso Savings Account #: 9011-0019-28
Account Name: De La Salle Lipa, Inc.

US Dollar Bank Account of DLSL
Bank: Philippine National Bank (PNB)
branch: B. Morada St., Lipa City
USD Savings Account #: 432-704036-2
Account Name: De La Salle Lipa, Inc.

EURO Bank Account of DLSL
Bank: Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) Savings Bank
branch: CM Recto Ave., Lipa City
EURO Savings Account #: 8074-00156-6
Account Name: De La Salle Lipa, Inc.

Kindly send DLSL a copy of the bank deposit slip for tracking and confirmation purposes. Donors may send it through:
Fax: (+63 43) 756-3117 (ATTN: Israel V. Tan, Advancement Officer), or
Email: ishare@dlsl.edu.ph

You may also send your gift via online <click here>.

Donors from Abroad
- Online Gift Giving
You may also send your gift via online <click here>.

- Donors from the United States of America
Donors from the United States and other countries abroad (wherever applicable) who wish to avail of tax benefits from the US Government, should make cheque/s payable to De La Salle Institute, Inc. (DLSI) in Napa, California, USA.

No other name/s should be written on the cheque/s. A note stating the purpose of the gift and indicating a return address, is to be attached with the cheque(s) and mailed to Mr. Steve Taylor or Ms. Julie Hosford, at:

De La Salle Institute, Inc.
P.O. Box 3720
Mont La Salle
Napa, California 94558-9708
Office Phone: (707) 252-3726
Email: jhosford@dlsi.org or staylor@dlsi.org

A tax exemption certification along with an official receipt will be mailed by DLSI to each donor. DLSL shall also issue donor acknowledgment documents by mail, email or fax upon receipt of the same donation from DLSI. Kindly email the DLSL brother President, Br. Kenneth S. Martinez FSC, D. Min. at ishare@dlsl.edu.ph of the details of the donation (i.e. amount, date, etc.) for tracking and confirmation purposes.

Herencia De La Salle, The Lasallian Heritage Gift Campaign
It is De La Salle Lipa's response and commitment to God's call for the human and Christian education of the young, especially the poor. The Project shares among benefactors, alumni, co-workers, students and friends, a genuine and tangible concern for the poor by providing them access to Lasallian education through financial and other forms of gift-donations.

At present, Herencia De La Salle supports the following:
-    BookMobile and Reading Program (BMRP)
-    St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Night High School Program
-    St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Senior High School Scholarship Program
-    St. Br. Miguel Febres Cordero College Scholarship Program
-    Lasallian Professorial Chairs Program
-    Lasallian Naming Rights Program
-    Lasallian Fund Aid Program

Giving to DLSL
- General Donations / Fund Aid Program
- Lasallian Scholarship Annual Grant
- Lasallian  Senior High School Scholarship Annual Grant
- Lasallian Scholarship Endowment Fund
- Lasallian Naming Rights Program
- BookMobile and Reading Program (BMRP)
- Professorial Chairs Endowment Fund
- Other Forms of Donation

How to Give a Gift
- Donors from the Philippines
- Donors from Abroad




Internet Service Interruption
Greetings!

This is to inform the community that we will have internet service interruption from 11:00AM to 1:00PM of July 19, 2013 (Friday) as part of the IT Network section's directive to further improve our connection.  Furthermore, there is a possibility of having irregularities in the connection within the day as they will be conducting tests after the setup changes.

Should you need assistance you may call Mr. J.C. Luna/Mr. Jonas Velasco at loc. 246.

For your guidance and preparation.

Thank you very much!



Grade School


Grades 1 to 6

The Grade School aims to provide students with a maximum opportunity for success through student centered approaches. Students are engaged with learning activities that will develop their basic cognitive skills in the different areas of learning; giving them opportunities for the development of their full potential, build their own healthy self-concept, and discover their strengths and talents through the support and encouragement of their parents and teachers.






Highlights

SPECIAL PROGRAMS OFFERED


  • Clubs & Organizations

  • Academic Varsity
  • Robotics
  • Enrichment and Intervention Programs





LACOSTE 12th Batch Application Date
Greetings!


Please be informed that LACOSTE(LA Salle Lipa Computer Ownership Scheme for Tenured Employees) 12th batch application will be on July 08, 2013 in HRD office following the schedule below:


College/Administration - 9:00AM-12:00NN


Integrated School - 4:00PM-5:00PM



You may refer to the existing Policies and Guidelines for your reference.

For questions/clarifications, you may get in touch with the committee representative of your division or you my call ICT Center at local 246.



Thank you very much!

New Wifi Account
Greetings!

In as much as we would like to respond to wifi needs of the institution, we have planned a wifi project in our network section to overcome the major constraint in having a good connection. Part of the plan is to have a trial of the projected device to ensure seamless transition and implementation. We have selected your area based on number of users who could help us in this process.

In lieu of this, please be advised of the new wifi account below to be used until July 01, 2013.

Location: CITE Dean's Office
SSID: ICTCtest1
WPA:ictctest1

Location: North and South Lounge
SSID: ICTCtest2
WPA: ictctest2

Thank you very much!



Give A Gift
Give A Gift



For Local and Foreign Donors


Gifts in cheque for Herencia De La Salle, The Lasallian Heritage Gift Campaign at De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) are advised of the following donation procedures below:




Donors from the Philippines

Donors from the Philippines, may send their gifts to any of the following local DLSL Bank Accounts:



PESO Bank Accounts of DLSL

Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands

Branch: CM Recto Ave., Lipa City

Peso Savings Account #: 9011-0019-28

Account Name: De La Salle Lipa, Inc.



US Dollar Bank Account of DLSL

Bank: Philippine National Bank (PNB)

branch: B. Morada St., Lipa City

USD Savings Account #: 432-704036-2

Account Name: De La Salle Lipa, Inc.



EURO Bank Account of DLSL

Bank: Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) Savings Bank

branch: CM Recto Ave., Lipa City

EURO Savings Account #: 8074-00156-6

Account Name: De La Salle Lipa, Inc.



Kindly send DLSL a copy of the bank deposit slip for tracking and confirmation purposes. Donors may send it through:



Fax: (+63 43) 756-3117 (ATTN: Br. Kenneth S. Martinez FSC, D. Min.), or

Email: br.kenneth.martinez@dlsl.edu.ph or dfezie.tipan@dlsl.edu.ph



Your contribution is tax deductible per Bureau of Internal Revenue certification as issued by the Philippine Council for NGO (Non-Government Organization) Certification (PCNC).







Direct Cheque Donations

Donors who wish to direct their gift/s to DLSL, may mail their cheque/s to:



Br. Kenneth S. Martinez FSC, D. Min.

Brother President

De La Salle Lipa

1962 JP Laurel National Highway

4217 Lipa City, Philippines

Email: br.kenneth.martinez@dlsl.edu.ph


Kindly make cheque/s payable to: DE LA SALLE LIPA, INC. and please do not mail cash.


Donors from the United States and other Countries

Donors from the United States and other countries abroad (wherever applicable) who wish to avail of tax benefits from the US Government, should make cheque/s payable to De La Salle Institute, Inc. (DLSI) in Napa, California, USA.




No other name/s should be written on the cheque/s. A note stating the purpose of the gift and indicating a return address, is to be attached with the cheque(s) and mailed to Mr. Steve Taylor or Ms. Julie Hosford, at:




De La Salle Institute, Inc.

P.O. Box 3720

Mont La Salle

Napa, California 94558-9708

Office Phone: (707) 252-3726

Email: jhosford@dlsi.org or staylor@dlsi.org




A tax exemption certification along with an official receipt will be mailed by DLSI to each donor. DLSL shall also issue donor acknowledgment documents by mail, email or fax upon receipt of the same donation from DLSI. Kindly email the DLSL brother President, Br. Kenneth S. Martinez FSC, D. Min. at br.kenneth.martinez@dlsl.edu.ph or the PMO Manager, Dfezie Tipan at dfezie.tipan@dlsl.edu.ph of the details of the donation (i.e. amount, date, etc.) for tracking and confirmation purposes.





Giving To DLSL


"The gift you give, can give a gift back".


Annual Grant is a financial gift offered primarily in support of education or for the purposes specified by the donor/s, such as prize grants and faculty grants.


A “named” Annual Grant may be a single gift or a series of gifts for a pledge and is expended in the year given.




An Annual Grant is terminated when the principal gift is depleted and with the expressed wish of the donor/s to discontinue the commitment.



Endowment is a financial gift offered primarily in support of education or for the purposes specified by the donor/s such as professorial chairs, named rights, endowed prizes and faculty grants.



Only the interest earnings of an “named” Endowment is used for its intended purpose. The principal gift held inviolate and untouchable, unless specified by the donor and with the approval of the DLSL President.



A gift of at least PhP 190,000.00 or its equivalent in foreign monies is needed to establish a named Endowment.



Shared Gifts is an arrangement to pool together gifts from two or more people.



The total collected shared gifts may be established as an Annual Grant or Endowment.



General Donations are charitable gifts in the form of cash or cheque. These donations are offered free from any conditions or restrictions and may be used by DLSL to establish Annual Grants, Endowments or as part of the operating fund for scholarship programs.



Donations in Kind are charitable gifts in the form time, talent, and treasure given for educational purposes or in support of an educationally related program or cause.





Forms of Donations in Kind:

• Lecture/Seminar Speaker & Professional Services


• Books, clothing, food, accommodation


• Land or Real Estate Property


• Materials or Equipment


• Artworks or Artifacts


• Other Tangible Property





The Naming Rights Program

Bestows on exemplary Lasallian partner/s the honor of being accorded with DLSL’s exclusive right to name buildings, floors, lecture rooms, laboratories, conference rooms, walks, gardens, etc. as a befitting accolade and tribute to the honoree.


 


Graduate Program Master in Management Technology


The Course


The Master in Management Technology (MMT) Program is a graduate level business management course with a specialization towards technology and its applications. The program provides its students with competitive edge of core management training plus the use of technology relevant in business. The end product is a graduate who has the skills expected of experienced managers including familiarity and knowledge of computers and other technologies.

DLSL hails six Gawad Alumni recipients
Gawad Alumni, or the Blessed Br. Arnould Reche FSC Distinguished Alumni Award, now on its fifth year, bestowed six awards to De La Salle Lipa's outstanding alumni.

This year's awardees, together with families, friends, and DLSL's administrators, convened at the awarding ceremony held April 4, 2013 at the Diokno Auditorium of Sen. Jose Diokno Hall.

The awardees for 2013 are (1) Atty. Maria Paz G. Luna (church involvement, community service and environment category), Elem. '78, a multi-awarded environmental advocate, engaged in environmental and consumer laws, and public policy practice; (2) Rustico V. Recto, Jr. (church involvement, community service and environment category), HS '70, a philanthropist and currently the president of the Rural Bank of San Antonio; (3) Mario O. Mamon (business and commerce category), HS '70, is the president of Enchanted Kingdom and recipient of multiple business-related awards; (4) Br. Armin Luistro (education category), HS '77, a La Salle Brother serving as the Secretary of the Department of Education; (5) Dr. Robert M. Magsino (science, technology and research category), HS '71, president of Mary Mediatrix Medical Center and humanitarian; and (6) Hon. Jose c. Mendoza (government and public service category), HS '63, an associate justice - Supreme Court of the Philippines.

Gawad Alumni aims to give tribute to DLSL's alumni who embody the Lasallian ideals of faith, service and communion in mission and to formally acknowledge their valuable contributions to the community in the local, regional or international level.