The Brothers of the Christian Schools is a Roman Catholic religious teaching congregation, founded in France by Saint John Baptist de La Salle – a priest who saw the need for a group of lay men who would dedicate their lives to the ministry of Christian education, especially for the poor. They are more commonly known as the “De La Salle Brothers”.
Founded in 1962 by the Brothers of the Christian Schools, De La Salle Lipa was built on a 5.9 hectare lot along the national highway.
De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) is active in various community involvement and pastoral activities in the Archdiocese of Lipa. The following organizations and DLSL as a whole continue their involvement in such causes to help uplift other people’s lives in various aspects.
Si Kristo at Tayo (SIKAT) is a socio–civic organization conceived during the SY 2010–2011 to cater to the basic skills necessary for the children especially those from Sitio Fatima and San Lorenzo to be molded into good Christian followers, responsible citizens and well–equipped individuals.
The program runs through the volunteerism of high school and college students, volunteer–teachers from the high school department and an assigned Brother.
The aim of the Lasallian Youth Corps is to create a community of young people who willingly respond to God’s call in the “signs of the times” and to the concerns that beset society and by offering themselves to God in the service of others.
The Lasallian Youth Corps commits to develop its members as individuals and as a community in holistic formation. Some of their activities include their teaching apostolate, St.Brother Miguel Academy (SBMA), a collaboration apostolate of LSYC Volunteers and Lipa Aspirants (young men who are discerning to become a Brother) at SOS Village Lipa.
We, the Aspirants of De La Salle Lipa, are an association of young men who are in the process of discovering the life of the De La Salle Brothers. WE actively participate in the Lasallian mission of teaching minds, touching hearts and transforming lives, and are committed to the work of St. La Salle and guided by the Brothers of the Christian Schools.
With these, we envision our community to be fraternal, compassionate and devoted in upholding the core values of faith, service and communion through the following set of activities: Personal Daily Prayer, Praying the rosary, Monthly Reddition, Regular Confession, Apostolate Activities, Monthly Gatherings, Regular Meetings, BibliArAsal (Faith Sharing), different activities of the Formation Program prepared by the Brothers of De La Salle Lipa Community.