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YMCA Hails SCB Student Leaders as Outstanding Delegates
De La Salle Lipa's Student Coordinating Board (SCB) representatives had a productive and successful engagement at the YMCA 28th National Assembly of High School Students on December 10-13, 2016 at the Teachers' Camp, Baguio City.

The 10 Lasallian leaders, accompanied by coaches, Jocelyn Rosos, Integrated School - Student Activity Head, and Hirodian Baon, SCB Adviser, gave a positive impression among fellow participants that led to the nomination of five delegates.

A total of 15 participants were chosen as the Outstanding Delegates out of 800 attendees. Three of the awardees were SCB Lasalllian leaders, Chantal Therese Laude, SCB President; Anthony Cedric Mandado, Grade 10 SCB Representative; and Aimee Kristine Aquino, Grade 9 SCB Representative.

Based on the Department of Education Advisory No. 252, s. 2016, the program aims to "1) contribute in the development of the participants to become effective and committed Christian leaders; 2) help them understand current issues and concerns, and explore positive and relevant responses; and 3) encourage the youth to actively participate in protecting the environment to ensure conservation of the earths natural resources for the future."

MMA Stude Grand Winner of Batangas' Logo, Slogan Contest
Young as they may be, De La Salle Lipa's students make their own mark through their major accomplishments. One of them is Multimedia Arts junior student, Joseph Bryan D. Navarro, who was adjudged grand winner in the Logo and Slogan Making competition, sponsored by the Batangas Provincial Tourism and Cultural Affairs Office (PTCAO).

Inspired by the notable and top destinations, the elements present in Navarro's design captured the very essence of the province's outstanding tourism attributes while his slogan, "Rich Batangas, Simply Wonderful," states in a nutshell why Batangas is the place to be.     

The half 3D logo is composed of layers of silhouettes showing the "abundant number of beaches" ideal for scuba diving or leisure; "the mangrove trees in Calatagan; different religious sites like the Taal Basilica and Caleruega Church; and the Taal volcano and the lighthouse in Caleruega," according to his description.

PTCAO's contest drew 197 entries before picking the top 20 finalists from August 23-31, 2016 while the awarding was held on September 19.

The award-winning design will become the new and official tourism logo and slogan of the Province of Batangas.

Justice Carpio Discusses South China Sea Dispute
Young Lasallians from De La Salle Lipa's Senior High School and colleges,  were treated to an afternoon of an extensive discussion regarding "Victory in the Arbitral Tribunal: Prospects and Challenges in the West Philippine Sea".

The students were all ears to invited guest speaker, Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice, Antonio Carpio, on September 15, 2016 at the Malayan Insurance Multipurpose Hall, College Resource Learning Center, as the room was packed with students eager to learn more about the much talked about subject.

Through the insightful presentation of Justice Carpio, students found out that the historical background of the conflict goes way back or decades ago, when the young Chinese were informed by their ancestors that the disputed South China Sea belonged to them.

He also pointed out that the Philippines is not disputing sovereignty or land territory, but rather, maritime space or the rights to the waters and its resources, following the exclusive economic zone of 381,000 square kilometers of maritime space.

Queries poured as the young Lasallians were inquisitive about the consequences of the country's victory after the favorable decision of the tribunal, but was not honored by China. Students were bothered that it could lead to a possible war between the two and anxious of how the Philippines could survive it. Justice Carpio appeased the anxiety of the young ones by explaining that the country will not make impulsive move, especially decisions that the country cannot sustain. Nonetheless, the pursuit of claiming the territory will continue since it entails the future of the Filipinos.

This presentation by Justice Carpio was an installment of the Lasallian Law and Public Policy Lecture Series by DLSL's College of Law.

Yolanda Rehab: The Last Leg Concludes
Nearly three years after super Typhoon Yolanda (Typhoon Haiyan) devastated parts of the country on November 8, 2013, the last leg of the One La Salle Yolanda Rehabilitation & Recovery Project (OLSYRRP) has finally concluded.

The project, led by De La Salle Philippines, in cooperation with select La Salle schools, wrapped up with several worthwhile and cathartic activities, with the help of volunteers.

On May 20-23, 2016, the final stage of the OLSYRRP was highlighted with skills enhancement courses, youth-oriented programs, and livelihood trainings.

DLSL Lasallian Partners, Vice Chancellor for Mission, Violeta Rmairez, Community Involvement Manager, Judith Alcaraz, Community Involvement Officers, Arnel Dimaano, Michelle Lalunio and Maricel Perez, led the team building for teachers of Mercyville Elementary School.

Elementary coaches, Imee Mendoza and Christopher Escartin conducted volleyball clinic for 15 pupils of Mercyville Elementary School; while a basketball clinic for the youth of Brgy. 99, Diit, Tacloban was conducted by high school coaches, Fr. Leonido Dolor, and J-Rex Atienza, with student volunteers and basketball players, Royen Ryan Cutanda, Stephen Riley Javier, Paul Kenneth Laroza, Vinz Edward Nario, and Anthony Lawrence Platon.    

Leadership training and team building for the young ones were also given by former Student Affairs Director and now Human Resource Director, Dr. Erickson Martinez, Student Activity Officer, Celeste Rubis, along with college student leaders, King Martin Agoncillo, Aurora Amparo Bravo, Jose Antonio Casas II, Frances Ann Marie Gumapac, and Marjorie Laraya.

Aside from the activities, the pupils of Mercyville Elementary School received raincoat for the boys and umbrella for the girls, courtesy of DLSL's Lasallian League of Nurses through their project "KAPATI" (Kapote, Payong, Tsinelas). Likewise, school supplies were given away to complete the little ones' preparation for the incoming school year.

Fellow Lasallian volunteers from La Salle OLSYRRP lead schools were also on hand to conduct their own initiatives: trainings in ice cream and beads making were conducted by De La Salle Araneta University; preparation of personal hygiene was presented by De La Salle-Health and Science Institute; and self defense using "arnis" was given by De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.

Locals from the LTO Tacloban were able to help in the Lasallian efforts by leading a seminar on traffic instruction for the barangay police.

At the end of the visit, a basketball exhibition took place between the residents of Diit and Dulag.

Year End Evaluation SY 2015-2016
Please be informed that personnel under the President's Office, Presidential Management Office and Compliance Office will be having their Year End Evaluation on April 11, 2016, Monday. Our clerical assistants will be available to receive incoming documents and telephone calls.

This is for you information and guidance. Thank you.

Batch '90: Let The Good Times Roll
Yuletide season is often deemed as the suitable time for family gathering or get together. Similarly, De La Salle Lipa holds its alumni homecoming every 30 December.

In the most recent grand reunion, the High School Batch '90 hosted the annual festivity with the theme, "Let the Good Times Roll."

The alumni assembled in the afternoon and aptly began the event with a celebration of the Holy Eucharist, led by Fr. Glenn Cantos. Subsequently, DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., spoke before the host batch and updated them with the ongoing changes and the ones that have taken place. He reacquainted the group of the institution's mission, highlighted the outstanding achievements of the students and other members of the school community, and encouraged them to partner with the school's undertaking.

Awards and special tokens given to the subject teachers and advisers bespoke of profound gratitude from the host batch. Meanwhile, bittersweet tribute was paid to the 90's batch mates who have gone before them. 

From the 60's up to the last batch of graduates, the attendees enjoyed the program as it brought back memories of the good and the old times while invited well-known and budding singers sang the night away.

Young Lasallians Shine in 5th National Student Gathering
The 5th National Student Leadership Assembly and Talent Fair, aptly themed Be the Change: Mobilizing Our Youth to Take their Place in History, proved to be a significant event to the young Lasallians of De La Salle Lipa.

Together with other participants from across the country, the Integrated School's Student Coordinating Board (SCB) gave a lasting impression using their wit and talent.

In fact, several officers of the SCB earned the following special awards with the help of their mentors: Chantal Therese Laude (SCB Vice-President), Champion, Essay Writing Contest; Kate Mary Ann Bisocho (Grade 9, SCB Representative), First Runner-Up, Poem Writing Contest; Myzel Angelu Milagrosa (Grade 10, SCB Representative), Fourth Runner-Up, Vocal Solo; Justine Pamela Millar (Grade 8, SCB Representative), Fourth Runner-Up, Pagbigkas ng Tula; and John Gabriell Garcia (Grade 10, SCB  Representative) Second Runner-Up, Mr. Teen APPSAM.  

This program, sponsored by the Association of Philippine Private School Administrators and Mentors (APPSAM), held at the Teachers Camp, Baguio City on July 13-15, 2015, endeavors to gather high school students to hone and cultivate their skills and talents as potential leaders of the country.

Young Journalists Recognized in 6th Gawad Mamamahayag
There is much potential in the young journalists of Batangas. Twenty-three school publications from different public and private schools in Batangas participated in the 6th Gawad Mamahayag, hosted by the Lavoxa Group of Publications, at the Mabini Hall Mini Auditorium, Mar. 7.

The winners in the different categories were:

Group categories:

Best Student Publications
1st - The Westernian Pioneer (University of Batangas)
2nd - The Eastern Chronicle (San Celestino National High School)
3rd - The Beacon (St. Bridget College)

Best News Report
The Eastern Chronicle
"DepEd Sec. exalts kapeng barako" by Christine M. Mindoro and Jessica M. Tenoso (San Celestino National High School)

Best Feature Article
The Eastern Chronicle
"The Untold Stories Beyond Signboards and Gears" by Paulyn S. Malaluan (San Celestino National High School)

Best Editorial Article
Westernian Pioneer
"Well Past Due" (University of Batangas)

Best Commentary
The Westernian Pioneer
"No Ransom Deceits" by Ralph Andrei Catapang (University of Batangas)

Best Sports Reportage
The Beacon
"Shepherds' last minute plays pulverize Teresians: clinch USCAA basketball title" by Neil Jenkin Alegria (St. Bridget College)

Best Science and Technology Report
Ang Dalampasigan
Sa Panahon ng Delubyo, Bilang na ang Oras mo! by John Eduard Perez (Balayan National High School)

Best Literary Composition
The Olfazette
"Astringent" by Francesca Mauricio (La Consolacion College Tanauan)

Best Photograph
"Sipa tungo sa tagumpay" by Luigi Flores (De La Salle Lipa)

Best Graphic Illustration
The Island
"Pnoy's Achievements" - editorial cartoon (Bugtongnapulo National High School)

Individual categories:

Best News Writer Award
Christian Janlois A. Noriega "Congress says 'No' on all-out-war"
(The Westernian Pioneer, University of Batangas)

Best Feature Writer Award
Aira R. Cuenca
"Mga sandata ng saya: Paniniwala, Pananampalataya at Pangarap"
(The Vision, Lipa City Colleges)

Best Opinion Writer Award
Ma. Luisa Y. Guallar
"How much for an honor?"
(Ang Susi, San Pedro National High School)

Additionally, the title of being one of the "Seven Most Prolific Campus Journalists" were conferred upon Suzanne Rose Q. Jaen (The Pioneer, Batangas Eastern Colleges), Ma. Luisa Y. Guallar (Ang Susi, San Pedro National High School), Patricia Anne B. Coronel (The Canossian Gazette, Canossa Academy), Christine T. Senete (The Olfazette, La Consolacion College Tanauan), Christopher P. Titular (The Sower, San Isidro National High School), Christian Janlois A. Noriega (The Westernian Pioneer, University of Batangas), and Nicole Maree M. Clanor (The Westernian Pioneer, University of Batangas)

The Seven Most Prolific Campus Journalists are the writers who garnered the highest average for news, feature and editorial articles in the on-the-spot writing contest. For the group categories, participant schools submitted their current publications prior to the event for judging.

Gawad Mamahayag is Lavoxa's annual recognition program for young writers in the province of Batangas, pioneered by Lavoxa's late adviser, Fredevel Bruce Banaag.

Young Journalists as Newsmakers
Tables were turned as the budding journalists and broadcasters of the Integrated School hit the news after winning in CALABARZON's biggest gathering - Regional Schools Press Conference (RSPC) - back in January of this year.

With nine thousand participants, the young Lasallians managed to secure spots in various categories besting contestants from the following divisions: Sta. Rosa City, Laguna Province, Tanauan City, Lipa City, Rizal Province, Imus City, Bacoor City, Cavite City, Tayabas City, Antipolo City, Quezon Province, Batangas Province, Batangas City, San Pablo City, Lucena City, Dasmarinas City, Cavite Province, and Calamba City.

The following members of the grade school's Bakas were adjudged winners: Maria Jillian Cuenca - Second Place in the Science and Health Writing (English) category; Clarisse Abegail Avila - second and fifth place for Best in Script Writing and Best Anchor, respectively; and in the team category, Gianna Dominique Dalangin, Jose Emmanuel Mendoza, Mark Bill Angelo Maranan, Eliza Missy Carbon, Melissa Magaling, Clarisse Abegail Avila, and Dana Angeli Leycano -  Sixth Place in Radio Broadcasting and Script Writing (English). These young newsmakers were mentored by Bakas Advisers, Noralyn B. Balhon and Jeramie Landicho. 

RSPC is an annual assembly conducted by the Department of Education Region IV-A CALABARZON and this year's theme was "Empowering Resilient Communities through Campus Journalism."

Young Leaders Congress 2015 a Hit
The Student Government organized the very first Young Leaders' Congress with the theme "Thriving to Make the Dream Work," last February 10.

About 200 high school student leaders within the CALABARZON area attended the leadership training held at the Diokno Auditorium, De La Salle Lipa.

The purpose of the event was to provide the participants the opportunity to interact, engage, share ideas and help them maximize their potentials through the seminar and breakout sessions.

The first session was about 'Adapting to Challenges in Changing Times.' It was presented by Atty. Maria Concepcion Hernandez-Beloso and she pointed out the importance of following rules within the school and the community to become a good leader.

It was then followed by the panel discussion for the second session. The panelists were Rafael Zialcita, Carlo Inocencio and Janel Tumpalan from De La Salle University and Janna Villanueva, account manager in Resorts World Manila. The students were given the chance to ask questions to the panelists in line with the theme and this resulted in an engaging and rewarding interaction.

In the afternoon, the students were grouped into three for the breakout sessions. The breakouts were about 'Maximizing Team Potential,' 'Efficiency vs. Effectiveness,' and 'Making your Dream Work through Team Work.' The speakers for these sessions were Marianito Dio, Jr., Mioshi De Castro and Rizaldy Luistro, Jr., respectively.

The congress concluded with the student leaders' campus tour.

Young Lasallian Slugger Strikes an Award
De La Salle Lipa's young sluggers, Jose Laurence Chavez and Angelo Endozo, both Grade 10 students, have just gone back from USA after representing the Asia Pacific in the 2014 Pony Baseball World Series for 16 and under.

After a successful try-out back in February this year, the members of the team composed of three from Batangas, five from Laguna, two from Rizal, five from the National Capital Region, and one Phil-Am, led by coach Jordan Orobia, trained for the remaining weeks before flying to USA on July 27, 2014.

The tournament ran from August 1 to 6 in Lafayette, Indiana, where ten teams vied for the title. Although the team ended in 7th place, Chavez was given a special award for the "Best Batting Average of the Series." Los Gatos, California won the title.

Both Chavez and Endozo are no strangers to international tournaments. Chavez has already joined the baseball world series for two consecutive years in Japan while he was joined by Endozo earlier in Korea, where they represented the South East Asia and conquered the championship title.

The third drafted player from Batangas, Azriel John Villalobos, who joined them in the 2014 Pony Baseball World Series, is a fellow Lasallian from High School Batch 2014.

How can I pay my tuition?
You may pay your tuition to the College Cashiers at the College Lobby. You may also pay your tuition over the counter at the following accredited banks: RCBC Savings Robinsons Bank-Lipa BPI Chinabank SM Lipa Planters Bank SM Bills Payment (Lipa)

Why cant I print the Official Enrollment and Assessment Form using the Student Portal?
You have no access in the printing of the Official Enrollment and Assessment Form (OEAF) using the Student Portal. You still need to solicit the assistance of OCR staff at your assigned laboratories to secure copies of your OEAF printed in the OCR Official Letter Head. The OEAF will be submitted to the banks or to the Accounting Office for the payment of fees.

To secure OEAF, submit the copy of your approved Temporary Enrollment Form (TEF) to the OCR staff at the printing area for counter checking. NO TEF NO OEAF policy will be implemented.

Up to when can I pay my tuition fees?
You may pay your tuition fees as soon as you have two (2) copies of your Official Enrollment and Assessment Form (OEAF). Payment without charge will be up to the last day of enrollment. The following charges for delayed payment will be applied: P150 if within a week late, P200 if within two weeks late, and Additional P50 per week thereafter

I need to enroll the subject that I had already taken and passed; based on our retention policy, I need to re-enroll my major subject because I got a grade lower than 2.50. What will I do?
You may proceed with the enlistment of your other subjects if you are outside of the campus to appropriately reserve your slot; after that, you may proceed to your assigned laboratories to add that specific subject. You need to approach the OCR staff who will assist you on how you can add the subject to be re-enrolled.

I noticed a discrepancy in the grades displayed in the eWiz SMS. What shall I do?
You need to visit the Grades and Verification In-Charge at the Office of the College Registrar Window 12 to inquire. You may be required to accomplish the Application for Verification of Grades Form.

Who are the persons in-charge for my queries/concerns and where can I see them?
You may visit the Office of the College Registrar and look for your assigned Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge during office hours or you may also call them at (043) 756-5555 local 222. The Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge and their assigned colleges are listed below for your reference:

Office of the College Registrar - WINDOW 9


1. BS Business Administration major in: a. Financial Management b. Marketing Management c. Business Economics
2. BS Legal Management
3. BS Psychology
4. BS Industrial Engineering
5. BS Electrical Engineering
6. BS Computer Engineering
7. Juris Doctor


1. BS Biology
2. BS Computer Science
3. BS Nursing
4. BS Tourism
5. BS Hotel and Restaurant Management
6. Certificate in Hotel and Restaurant Management
7. Certificate in Information Technology

1. AB Communication
2. AB Multi-Media Arts
3. BS Accountancy
4. BS Accounting Technology
5. BS Electronics Engineering
6. BS Information Technology
7. BS Information Systems
8. BS Management Technology
9. BS Mathematics
10. Education Programs
11. Entrepreneurship Programs
12. Certificate in Culinary Arts

What if an incomplete grade appears in one or some of my subjects? What am I going to do?
You may visit your subject-teacher to inquire why you were given an incomplete grade. You will be given two (2) weeks after the issuance of grades to complete your grade/s. If you were not able to complete within two (2) weeks, you will be given a grade of 5.00 or failed for that subject.
Note: For students with incomplete grades, you are required to secure complete copy of your grades from the Office of the College Registrar at Windows 6 & 7; present the original copy of grades which was previously given to you so that you will not have to pay for the 2nd copy. After the scheduled issuance of grades, students will be required to pay for a copy of their grades