DLSU partners with select Senior High Schools

DLSU Connect ED


De La Salle University has recently partnered with eleven academic institutions in view of the implementation of K- 12.

These high schools include Chiang Kai Shek College, Elizabeth Seton School, Grace Christian College, Jubilee Christian Academy, Makati Hope Christian School, Notre Dame of Greater Manila, Philippine Cultural College, St. Jude Catholic School, St. Peter the Apostle School, St. Scholastica’s College, and St. Stephen’s High School.

According to DLSU Vice Chancellor for Academics Dr. Robert Roleda, “DLSU seeks to elevate the entry level standards for its higher education programs by partnering with its feeder schools in setting higher standards for their senior high school programs.”

Under this partnership, DLSU faculty shall be deployed in the partner school to teach some classes; mentor senior high school teachers, so they can teach subjects at the requisite DLSU standards; and certify subjects that are equivalent to and meet specified DLSU courses.

A memorandum of agreement was signed to formalize the partnership under the University’s Connect ED program.

Graduates of partner schools who passed DLSU college entrance exam and enter college at DLSU shall be exempted by the University from taking the requisite placement examination and bridging courses, provided the said graduate meets the minimum grade requirement for the corresponding course.

Connect ED is a De La Salle University initiative which seeks to maximize the benefits provided by the shift to the K12 system by partnering with select senior high school institutions to ensure that curricula are harmonized, the quality of instruction is compatible with university standards, and graduates of partner schools will be prepared for the requirements and challenges of higher education.


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8 Responses to DLSU partners with select Senior High Schools

  1. Simon King says:

    Will DLSU also have grade 11 & 12 in their Taft campus?

  2. Rob says:

    Dear Sirs,

    Grace Christian High School is now Grace Christian College.

    Thank you.


  3. Nixon Uy says:

    Good afternoon. I would like to ask that if I choose STEM strand in senior high school, but wish to choose business courses in college, will the universities receive me as a STEM student yet going to study business courses? I hope you can reply to me as soon as you read my message. Thank you.

    • DLSU says:

      Hello Nixon,

      It shouldn’t be a problem, as long as you meet the particular course’s requirements. The best source of information, however, regarding your concern is our Office of Admissions (OAS). You can reach the OAS via Tel: (632) 523-4230 (Direct) or 524-4611 to 19 local 166 or 167. You can also reach them via email at admissions@dlsu.edu.ph

  4. carol says:

    Good evening. Are you going to offer senior high school in your new branch here in mactan lapu2 city cebu?my daughter will be in grade 11 on june 2017. I hope to hear from you very soon as soon as you read my query.
    Thank you very much.

    • Hello Carol,

      Unfortunately, we do not have that information as, with the exception of De La Salle University and De La Salle Science and Technology Complex, each La Salle school is independently administered.

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