La Salle Green 🎨 RGB Color Code: #087830
The hexadecimal RGB code of La Salle Green color is #087830. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 08 red (8/256), a 78 green (120/256) and a 30 blue component (48/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(8,120,48). Closest WebSafe color: Cadmium green (#006633)
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The De La Salle Green Archers (also known simply as the Green Archers) are the men's varsity teams representing De La Salle University. The women's varsity
La Salle Green Hills ("LSGH") is a private Catholic school run by the Philippine District of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in
La Salle University (Filipino: Pamantasang De La Salle or Unibersidad ng De La Salle), also referred to by its acronym DLSU or simply as De La Salle or
De La Salle–College of Saint Benilde (Filipino: Dalubhasaan ng De La Salle San Benildo; French: Collège De La Salle de Sainte Benilde), also known as Benilde
Ateneo Blue Eagles and archrival De La Salle Green Archers, and a further two games behind are the UE Red Warriors. La Salle defeated Ateneo on the playoff
Norte) in 1958, La Salle Green Hills (Mandaluyong) in 1959, Saint Joseph School-La Salle (Villamonte, Bacolod) in 1960 and, De La Salle Lipa in 1962. In
La Salle, LaSalle or Lasalle is part of the title of two colonial persons, Jean-Baptiste de La Salle and René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle for whom
Manila area. The De La Salle men's varsity team is known as the De La Salle Green Archers, women's varsity team as the De La Salle Lady Archers, and high
De La Salle Philippines (DLSP) (incorporated as De La Salle Philippines, Inc), established in 2006, is a network of Lasallian educational institutions
De La Salle may refer to: Saint Jean-Baptiste de la Salle (1651–1719), French Catholic priest and educational reformer Lasallian educational institutions
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