I went to visit another La Sallian school today - St. John's in K.L and I noticed that the architecture, despite being similar to what's in St. Michael's is totally different.
1) All buildings are interconnected to one another, especially the Brother's quarters.
2) Floor tiling is rather different. The main wing's floors are of ceramic instead of cement for our school's main wing.
3) The chapel is actively used unlike ours which is laid for a dormant time.
As I've said - ceramic floors on the main wing and the classroom.
If you look at the structures, it is quite close to each other and interestingly, a reserved forest is just ahead of the second picture.
There's a scout-built post at the rain-forest edge, but I didn't have time to take one.