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La Salle Girls High School Faisalabad, is characterised by positive, friendly and supportive relationships of students, staff and families through balance education offered according to the Lasallian Traditions.

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La Salle Girls High School Faisalabad, is characterised by positive, friendly and supportive relationships of students, staff and families through balance education offered according to the Lasallian Traditions.

The School has, as its central focus, the Lasallian way of developing the minds and hearts of its students as they grow into young women. With this focus in mind there is a strong sense of care and guidance program in place and a teaching and learning program which not only provides breadth in subject selection but challenges in relation to learning. Students are expected to engage in the different learning activities as well as challenge themselves to always do their best in the areas of: classroom learning, sporting and cultural activities. At the core of all of this is a strong character formation education program which is compulsory for all students. There is a wide range of extra-curricular activities provided in which students may participate.

While there are many dimensions to any school, La Salle Girls High School takes great pride in the fact that it is different because of its Lasallian tradition, which is strong and has been tested over many years. It is a tradition, which places the students at the centre of all that we do but always challenges them to walk with fellow students as their sisters. At La Salle Girls High School we are sisters to each other.

 

Overview

At La Salle Girls High School, we affirm the intrinsic worth of all students in our care.

  • We seek to foster a love of learning.
  • We see education as a means of broadening students’ minds and enriching the human experience.
  • We seek to send into the world young women with strong values, resilient characters and deep reserves of confidence.

 

General Principles
We ensure a breadth of curriculum which is aimed at the development of the academic, spiritual, social and physical dimensions of the student.
At La Salle Girls High School we offer a varied program designed to serve the mixed abilities and interests of the students and we recognize the diversity of skills required to meet the changing demands of society and the importance of the use of technology.
We see it as integral to the school’s mission to provide opportunities for all students to excel.


Specific to Students
La Salle Girls High School provides the physical, a social, emotional and virtual learning environment that enables each student to succeed to the best of their abilities.
We promote and develop higher order thinking and provide a safe and supportive learning environment for all, where enquiry is encouraged and risk accepted.


Specific to Staff
Teachers at La Salle Girls High School are models of lifelong learning. We value a culture of collegiality, collaboration and support within the School Community to ensure that good teaching is a priority.
Our teaching is informed by and reflects current professional best practice.

 

Co- Curricular activities

La Salle Girls High School offers its students co-curricular activities in a range of sports, music, drama, debating, community service and many other activities.

These activities provide opportunities for students to grow as persons through a range of experiences with other people. We encourage students to explore and participate in a range of activities and opportunities to extend their education beyond the range of the classroom.

 

History

La Salle Girls High School was founded in 2011 by the La Salle Brothers. The founder of the Brothers was Saint John Baptist De La Salle, who was born at Rheims in 1651 during the reign of Louis XIV. 

La Salle Girls High School is an independent Missionary School for girls with approximately 400 students. Situated in Peoples’ Colony No.1 Faisalabad, the School caters for Girls from grade prep to 10.
There are six separate unites on one Campus:

  • La Salle Primary School for Boys (Prep – 5)
  • La Salle High School for Boys  (6 -10)
  • La Salle Cambridge Section (O/L) 1-10
  • La Salle College for Boys (Pre Medical, Pre Engineering, ICS & I.com)
  • La Salle College for Women (Pre Medical, Pre Engineering, ICS & I.com)
  • La Salle Girls High School (Prep - 10

All separate campuses are positioned on very safe surroundings.
The School was originally founded in 1961 for Boys under the patronage of the early missionaries and Scholars. The Classes for O/L started functioning from 2004. La Salle College began to function from year 2009 and then Girls High School was founded in 2011.
The entire School is governed by a Management Board, which is responsible to the Trustees of the La Salle Brothers and led by the current Principal, Br Shahzad George Gill fsc, who is responsible to the School Board.

 

 

Our Lasallian Values

La Salle Girls High School, as such, is primarily concerned with the human and spiritual education of the whole person. Relationships are the cornerstone of learning within La Salle Girls High School and are central to the wellbeing of the community. In the tradition of St John Baptist De La Salle, we aim to educate and shape articulate young women. It is our aim to instill in our students the values of life-long education and values of compassion and service to the community. As a missionary School in the Lasallian tradition we also aim to present holy Prophets as each person’s model. We will respect one another and ourselves, appreciate individual differences and encourage one another to reach our full potential.
The De La Salle Brothers exist to provide a human, spiritual, holistic and balanceeducation to young people, especially the poor. The Lasallian Brothers are members of a religious teaching congregation founded by St John Baptist De La Salle in Rheims France in 1680. Their mission and the spirit is to impart a holistic and balanced education to those entrusted to their care within the Lasallian family, and to do so with Faith and Zeal.

Our Lasallian Heritage – John Baptist De La Salle

St John Baptist De La Salle so inspired the world that he was declared the universal Patron Saint of Teachers in 1950 by Pope Pius XII.