DLSZ Open House for Pre-Kinder, Kinder & Grade 1




De La Salle Santiago Zobel School (DLSZ) invites prospective Pre-Kinder, Kinder and Grade 1 students and their parents to an Open House on March 4, 2017!

Through the open house, they will be able to experience Lasallian education, appreciate campus life and visit the school facilities. There will be a short program for the parents to get a general overview of the school while the child experience learning through fun and engaging activities with the teachers.


To reserve a slot for the OPEN HOUSE, parents should email their name/s, child’s name and preferred grade level (Pre-K, Kinder and Grade 1) and age of child by June 2017 thru info@dlszobel.edu.ph

Example: Parent’s name: Dela Cruz, Juan
               Child’s name: Dela Cruz, Jessie
               Preferred Grade Level: Pre-Kinder
               Age of child by June 2017: 4.5 yrs. old

Deadline of confirmation is on March 3, 2017. For admissions requirements, visit www.dlszobel.edu.ph or call 771- DLSZ (3579)/ 0905- 5503939/ 0988-1881133.





More about DLSZ:
Located at the heart of Ayala Alabang Village, DLSZ answers the educational needs of southern Metro Manila for quality comprehensive basic education. The DLSZ Curriculum is designed towards the formation of the whole person in a continually changing environment. It fosters academic excellence as well as emotional, social, physical, moral and spiritual development of the person. DLSZ values the importance of having the right kind of education in the early years of childhood. Thus, by doing it right in the early years, children thrive throughout school and their adult lives.(Source: http://www.aedc.gov.au/parents/the-importance-of-early-childhood-development)

De La Salle Santiago Zobel School is an educational community of De La Salle Philippines and the worldwide system of Catholic institutions founded by St. John Baptist de La Salle committed to the formation of youth. DLSZ aims to form Lasallian Achievers for God and Country who live the Gospel values in the light of the Lasallian tradition of faith (religio), zeal for service (mores), and communion in mission (cultura).


The community is committed to the pursuit of Lasallian excellence through a world-class learner-centered environment that promotes relevant and progressive learning through a holistic formation leading to the transformation of society. 
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