The creation of Liceo is a product of deep reflection, discernment, benchmarking, constant collaboration and hard work. The plan to open the Senior High School started during the term of Br. Ray Suplido FSC, the former President and Chancellor of USLS. LICEO, name inspired by a school in Europe, is offering two additional years as preparation for tertiary education. It is basically designed to give the students the knowledge and skills to progress to any university or higher education institution. Kudos to the La Salle Brothers for their leadership, encouragement and support.
RA 10533 is an act enhancing the Philippine Basic Education System by strengthening its curriculum and increasing the number of years for Basic Education. Moreover, it’s a hybrid educational organization – shared and blended with the best practices of Integrated School and College Unit viz., systems, processes, procedures and other operational intricacies such as time schedule, uniform, discipline, teachers, laboratories, classrooms, extra-curricular activities and the like.
The first graduation rites was on April 6, 2018 with 1,461 graduates from the five (5) strands/tracks.
This school year (2019-2020), LICEO is now a part of the Integrated School under the leadership of one Basic Education Principal, Br. Francisco V. de la Rosa VI FSC. Two more Academic Coordinators have added to serve more effectively the academic needs of the students.
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