The De La Salle Zobel Grade School and High School Departments are committed to providing students with a strong foundation for elementary, high school education and post-secondary life and learning as they strive to lead the learners to: 1) fully understand and perform their Christian and social responsibilities; 2) gain meaningful self-realization through the balanced development of their mental, spiritual, psychological and physical capabilities; 3) develop and foster harmonious human relationships; and 4) contribute to national goals according to their age and abilities.
The Grade School Department is divided into the Lower Grades and the Upper Grades. Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 3 students belong to the Lower Grades while Grade 4 to 7 students are part of the Upper Grades.
Thus, the Grade School (GS) curriculum is structured into 12 learning areas, namely: Language, Reading, Filipino, Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, Christian Living, Music, Art, Physical Education, Computer Technology, and Home Economics and Livelihood Education. Whereas, the High School Curriculum is composed of 11 subjects, namely: English, Filipino, Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, Christian Living, Music, Art, PE, Computer Technology, and Technology and Livelihood Education.