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Cavite township gets Lasallian touch

Ayala Land, Inc. recently opened  De La Salle Santiago Zobel School (DLSZ) Vermosa Campus. Located within the mixed-use destination and the fourth largest estate of ALI, the campus joins residential, retail, and business spots in the 700-hectare estate in Imus, Cavite.

The school’s opening paved the way for the  kick off of senior high school (SHS) classes for academic year 2017-2018.

Igniting the spark. With the new SHS Building, DLSU-Vermosa students get to experience state-of-the-art facilities, and a learning-centered environment.
The DLSZ-Vermosa Campus is located within the Vermosa midtown, a pedestrian-focused, bike-friendly area, home to a campus-type commercial district with a lifestyle mall as well as the Vermosa Sports and Lifestyle Complex.

DLSZ-Vermosa houses three primary school zones—academic, sports, and cultural. Within the zones are  facilities such as classrooms, laboratories, and faculty centers. Inside the academic zone are the administration building, middle (junior) and senior high school halls, and the Spark building. 

World-class sport facilities

Chasing dreams of athletic glory. The  Vermosa sports complex will have the Philippines’ first FINA-certifiable Olympic-sized swimming pool, and the country’s first IAAF-certified oval track. 
There is also a  sports complex—with a Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)-certified track oval and football field—together with a performing arts theatre.

A unique feature of the complex is its Fédération internationale de natation (FINA)-certifiable Olympic-sized swimming pool, an International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF)-certified oval track, motocross track, bike trail, and a sports science laboratory that will serve as training facility for DLSZ’s athletes. 

Topics: Ayala Land , Inc. , Cavite township , De La Salle Santiago Zobel School (DLSZ) Vermosa Campus
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