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SIGNUM

Fidei
It is the
Sign of
Faith .
It is the symbol of the
La Salle Brothers.
The
Star
also
means
Hope.
The Five Points
are bisected into
GREEN
& WHITE
Green for Ireland.
White for the
Philippines.
The five points represent:

1. Benevolence
2. Civility
3. Humanitarianism
4. Service-oriented goals
5. Scientific pursuit
Preamble
De La Salle University is an internationally recognized
Catholic university in the Philippines established by the
Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1911. Inspired by the
charism of St. John Baptist de La Salle, the University
community, together and by association, provides quality
human and Christian education by teaching minds,
touching hearts, and transforming lives.
Vision-Mission of DLSU

A leading learner-centered and research


University bridging faith and scholarship,
attuned to a sustainable Earth, and in the
service of Church and society, especially
the poor and marginalized.
Core Values
Faith
DLSU is committed to nurturing a community of
distinguished and morally upright scholars that
harmonizes faith and life with contemporary knowledge in
order to generate and propagate new knowledge for
human development and social transformation.
Service
DLSU is committed to being a resource for Church and
nation and to being socially responsible in building a just,
peaceful, stable, and progressive Filipino nation.
Communion
DLSU is committed to building a community of leaders,
competent professionals, scholars, researchers, and
entrepreneurs, who will participate actively in improving
the quality of life in Philippine society within the
perspective of Christian ideals and values.
De La Salle
Alma Mater
Hymn
Another interesting story is the
evolution of the schools alma mater
song. Alumni of the 1940s still remember
the song De La Salle Were Marching For
You. Then came the Victory Song, the
melody adopted from the Notre Dame
University marching song.
In 1961, Br. Stephen Malachy FSC played a harmonica
and introduced a song he composed with Br.
Bonaventure Richard FSC to a high school class. This
was adopted as the school song. The tradition of
singing the alma mater song after a game was started,
in the Philippines, by La Salle in 1964, and was
subsequently adopted by all the other schools. This
tradition of singing the alma mater song has now
become a practice after all sports events, in victory or
defeat, alumni gatherings, graduation exercises and
other gatherings. I have even heard it sang in some
funeral wakes of alumni.
http://www.philstar.com/opinion/2013/10/17/
1246180/animo-la-salle
Show
video.

https://www.youtub
e.com/watch?v=2nP
uDjWDc-8
Hail, Hail
Alma Mater,
Hail to De La Salle!
We'll hold your banner high and bright,
A shield of green and white,
We'll fight to keep your glory bright,
And never shall we fail,
Hail to thee our Alma Mater!
Hail! Hail! Hail!
ANIMO
La
Salle
Cheers
La Salle Spelling
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbOOgTYQtwM

La Salle Spelling, Set! 1-2-3!


La Salle Spelling!
La Salle Spelling
Ready!
*Ready!
1-2-3!
*L-A-S-A-L-L-E
*La Salle, Rah!!!
Boom-ma-kaya
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4iZ9ezk9ic

Boom-ma-kaya Bumakaya- one loud


roar
Boom-ma-kaya, Set! 1-2-3! Imakadiwa from a
Boom-ma-kaya! relentless warrior
*Boom-ma-kaya!
Ready!
*Ready!
1-2-3
*Boom-ma-kaya! I-ma-ka-diwa (2x)
*Boom-ma-kaya, Imakadiwa! (3x)
*Fight, Team, Fight!
Strawberry Shortcake
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLSvRSXZtGs

Strawberry Shortcake, Set! 1-2-3


Strawberry Shortcake!
*Strawberry Shortcake!
Ready!
*Strawberry Shortcake!
1-2-3!
Strawberry Shortcake
Blueberry Pie
V-i-c-t-o-r-y
Victory, Victory
Is Our Cry
De La Salle, De La Salle
Heidi High
Rektikano Right to Rule
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gf9bxD9CMJk

Rektikano, Set! 1-2-3


Rektikano!
*Rektikano!
Ready!
*Ready!
1-2-3
Rektikano, Keene-keena (2x)
Rektikano, Rektikano,
Rektikano! Rah! (2x)
Seez-boom-bah! (2x)
Boom-rah-boom-rah
Boom-rah-boom-rah (2x)
Sis-boom-bah
Sis-boom-bah
La Salle, Rah!