Each house is overseen by a dedicated educator known as the Head of House, who collaborates closely with a Grade 6 House Team known as House Unity Groups (HUGs). These groups consist of two House Captains, four Vice-captains, and a cohort of House Ambassadors.
The school's four houses are named after prominent Lasallian saints: Saint Benilde, Saint Jaime, Saint Miguel, and Saint Mutien.
The house system constitutes a pivotal aspect of the elementary school experience. It fosters a profound sense of belonging among students, encouraging collective efforts toward victory in the house competition. Children have the opportunity to accrue points for their respective houses through active participation in house events, demonstrating sportsmanship, and representing their house with utmost dedication.
Integral to the school's cultural development, the house system aligns seamlessly with our Character Education program, 'The Virtues Project.' Students not only earn points through competition but also by embodying virtues in their interactions, academic pursuits, and environmental stewardship. Teachers recognise and celebrate virtuous behavior by issuing "Wow" cards, which contribute to the accumulation of house points for their respective houses.
Each House is guided by a dynamic committee composed of two senior students from Grade 11 or 12, entrusted with the planning and execution of diverse House activities throughout the academic year.
A dedicated coordinating teacher oversees these student-led initiatives, ensuring their alignment with our school's core values encapsulated in the four pillars of learning: Academic excellence, Service to others, Outdoor Education, and a rich Co-curricular experience.
Staff members are assigned to specific Houses, actively engaging in and supporting House activities. This allocation fosters a sense of community and encourages staff participation in the vibrant House culture.
A House points system injects a spirited dose of healthy competition, providing a lively platform to celebrate our Lasallian identity in a manner that is both enjoyable and challenging. The pinnacle of this competition is the awarding of the coveted House Cup to the most successful House at the culmination of the academic year.