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Scola Guadalupana (Scola La Salle) is a De La Salle-supervised private school in Capitol Heights Phase 2, Villamonte, Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippines run by the Philippine branch of the De La Salle Sisters of Guadalupe, a sister unit of the De La Salle Brothers.[1]

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