Student Programs

The school has an extensive program of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities. At the beginning of the school year, students are given application/ checklist for activity participation. The student, with parental advice, chooses the club/activity he/she wishes to join for the year. Each student participates in an organization to the extent that his/her scholastic standing will allow.

Co-Curricular Activities/Organizations directly supplement and complement the school’s academic program.

    • Club activity periods are graded and are held on the first three Tuesdays of each month for the Grade School and the first three Thursdays of each month for the High School.
    • Friday Masses for the Grade School and High School are held in honor of the Sacred Heart.
    • Department-sponsored events are scheduled on the fourth Tuesday for Grade School and on the fourth or fifth Thursday for the High School.

Extra-Curricular Activities are not directly linked to academic studies but are essential to the development of a well-rounded learner.

Programs

1. Progressive and Enhanced Officers Program for Lasallian Leaders (PEOPLE)

  • Lasallian Leadership Empowerment And Development (LLEAD)Series  1-3. This is a formation program for Grade School and High School Student Representative Coordinating Council (SRCC), Organization Officers and Student Government officers of Br. Rafael Donato FSC Night High School which helps in establishing their goals, enhancing their leadership skills, and emphasizing the importance of responding to the needs of our society anchored on Lasallian Core Values of Faith, Communion in Mission and Zeal for Service.
  • Extended Lasallian Leadership Empowerment And Development (E-LLEAD). This is a leadership program intended for Class Officers, Student Prefect and Lasallian Ambassadors*. It enriches their basic leadership skills which they can employ inside and outside the classroom.
  • Club Extended Lasallian Leadership Empowerment And Development (Club E-LLEAD). This is a leadership training program designed for club officers to develop their leadership qualities based on the Lasallian Core Values for effective execution of their club activities and projects.
  • IgNIGHTing the Spark toDAY (The Spark). This leadership training activity strengthens the relationship between the student leaders of the day school (SRCC) and the night school of BRafeNHS Student Government through discussions of best leadership practices and possible ways to foster active collaborations.
  • Guiding Others on their Ability to Lead (G.O.A.L.). This leadership training program is designed for public /private school’s student leaders of Muntinlupa and adjacent municipalities who will be invited to undergo an enhanced leadership training and formation orchestrated by the club called M.O.V.E. (Motivate. Orient. Visualize. Excell.) of the De La Salle Santiago Zobel. Its major objective is to promulgate responsible, effective, and proactive leadership that will eventually help in the positive transformation of the society.
  • Students’ Participation in regional, national and international leadership programs of DLSP & LEAD Series

2. Excellence in Clubs through active engagement of Lasallian Leaders (EXCELL)

  • Parents’ Expertise for Club Enrichment Activities (PECEA). Parents as one of the stakeholders and Lasallian Partners are encouraged to participate as resource speakers/ facilitators in club initiated workshops.
  • GAWAD LUNTIAN – Lasallian Star Achievement(Club Recognition). This culminating activity aims to highlight and recognize the achievements of the club,  club members, and club moderators based on the established criteria or standards.
  •  ABOT Lasalyano (Reach Out and Reach In, Lasallians!). Outreach and In-Reach activities transform the club members to be proactive, and dynamic Lasallians committed to respond wholeheartedly to the Lasallian mission and ministry.
  • Students’ Active Participation. Students will be highly encouraged to put their knowledge and abilities to test by joining in local, national and international co-curricular contest, competitions, symposia, and for a.
  • Club Empowerment.Club members and officers with the guidance of their moderators are empowered to initiate their own seminar/workshops.

3.  Alternative Learning Experience (ALE)

As part of the school’s educational program, ALE is conducted to enrich student’s learning and life experience.  It is exclusive to the students and school personnel. The Subject Teachers are enjoined to integrate their subject matter with the activities that they will conduct during ALE. The students are highly encouraged to participate in this activity with their parents’ consent as manifested in a signed parental approval form.

Organizations

Each student participates in an organization to the extent that his/her scholastic standing will allow.

1.    STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE COORDINATING COUNCIL (SRCC)

The Student Representative Coordinating Council (SRCC) as the supreme student organization of DLSZ promotes the welfare of the students and works for the proper coordination of student activities with the faculty and administration.

2.    STUDENT PUBLICATIONS  OFFICE

The Young Observer is the official publication of the grade school students. The Counterpoint, on the other hand, is published by the high school students as their official school paper.

The Yearbook is the annual publication that features the graduates and undergraduates of the school.  The annual issue also includes photos of significant events and accomplishments for the school year.

Note:  Students who are bona fide members of SRCC and the Student Publications may still opt to join other organizations provided they do not hold key positions in these organizations.

3. LASALYANONG PINOY

Lasalyanong Pinoy aims to live the Lasallian mission and teachings of the founder, St. John Baptist De La Salle through activities that underscore nationalism, patriotism and the Lasallian Core Values of Faith, Zeal for Service and Communion in Mission.

4.   ZOOBTV

ZOOB NEWS TV and Current Affairs aims to form responsible media producers and  consumers on campus. It recognizes the integral role of Media in the lives of young people, with the aim to blend Education with an informed Media consumer and producer.

Clubs

The school has an extensive program for student activities.  At the beginning of the academic year, students are given Club Preference Form with Club Descriptions for club activity participation.  The student, with parental advice, chooses the club he/she wishes to join for the year. Clubs are categorized as Academic, Leadership and Religious, Sports,   Music and Arts.

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