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  • 新加坡美廉中学

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    新加坡, 31 Pasir Ris Street 51, S518901

    Meridian Secondary School came into being in April 2016. It was formed through the union of two schools in the town of Pasir Ris – Siglap Secondary School and Coral Secondary School. With the merger, the life cycles of both schools thus re-united, because when Coral Secondary started in 1999, it had operated from the premises of Siglap Secondary. It currently has more than 1000 pupils and 130 staff.

    The school’s first Principal, Mrs Hilda Thong, served the school from 2016 to December 2021. Under her leadership, the school lived its new motto of “Unite to Reach New Heights”, harnessing the unique blend of aesthetic education and sports excellence for which both schools were renowned.

  • 新加坡尚育中学

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    新加坡, 23 Simei St 3, S529894

    Changkat Changi Secondary School started in 1966 as an integrated school at Jalan Tiga Ratus, housing pupils from three different streams – English, Chinese and Malay. In the 1970s, the school made a name for itself in Track & Field holding the title of Overall Divisional Champions for Girls from 1970 to 1980. The Malay stream and Chinese stream were phased out in 1983 and 1986 respectively.

    35 years later, on 28 December 2001, 870 students moved into its brand new 3.3 hectares campus at 23 Simei Street 3 with fully equipped facilities. The school is also equipped with handicap-friendly facilities. Since its move to the new location, Changkat Changi Secondary School has become more popular as a choice institute.

  • 新加坡泉原中学

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    新加坡, 30 Tampines Avenue 8, S529593

    新加坡泉原中学是新加坡的一所公立中学。

  • 新加坡实仁中学

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    新加坡, 11 Upper Serangoon View, S534237

    Serangoon Secondary School started out as Serangoon English School in 1928, housed in a two-storey building on Simon Road. It was then the only government co-educational school in Singapore, and it also served as a feeder school to Raffles Institution.

    In 1937, three more standards were added; with this, the school provided education up to Standard Eight (equivalent of present-day Secondary Three). The boys and girls who successfully completed Standard Eight went on to Raffles Institution and Raffles Girls’ School respectively, where they would sit for the School Certificate of Examinations (equivalent to the O-Level examinations today). Serangoon English School remained a feeder school until the eve of the Japanese Occupation of Singapore.

  • 新加坡思源中学

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    新加坡, 585 Yishun Ring Road, S768692

    Northbrooks Secondary School started at the dawn of a new millennium on 2 January 2000 with eight Secondary 1 classes. Built at a cost of over S$23 million, the School is fully-equipped with IT facilities and is set amidst in the beautiful natural surroundings of Yishun Park.

    The School is united in its desire to do its very best for its pupils and to prepare them for the future knowledge-based workplace. Besides developing their capacity to learn, the School will also focus on building the character of its pupils and helping them to develop compassion for others.

    The name Northbrooks is derived from the Yuan Dynasty proverb yin shui si yuan. This is one of the core moral values inculcated in all Brooksians: to always remember their roots and to be grateful to their family, teachers, friends and country for the success they achieve in life.

  • 新加坡文礼中学

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    新加坡, 11 Jurong West Street 65, S648354

    BLS draws on the proud heritage of Boon Lay Secondary School and Pioneer Secondary School. Collectively it represents almost 70 years of heritage and tradition. Since the two schools merged in 2017, we have built on the strengths and heritage of our past and have begun to forge ahead with a new vision to empower our students to realise their dreams.

  • 新加坡巴特礼中学

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    新加坡, 10 Jalan Bunga Rampai, S538403

    新加坡巴特礼中学是新加坡的一所公立中学。

  • 新加坡圣升英校

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    新加坡, 622 Upper Bukit Timah Road, S678117

    Assumption English School was founded in 1953 by Brother Vincent, a Gabrielite Brother as one of the three components of Boys’ Town.

    It was then known as Boys’ Town English School.

    By 1955, Boys’ Town English School was established as a single session, full school with classes from Primary One to Secondary Four. In 1955, the School presented its first batch of students for the School Certificate Examination.

  • 新加坡崇文中学

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    新加坡, 3063 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, S569868

    Founded in 1965, the school was the 61st one established by a newly independent Singapore, and one of two built that year. The school was an answer to requests made personally to PM Lee Kuan Yew by farmers when he visited the rural community of Yio Chu Kang. The original building was sited at the 11th milestone / 16 km Yio Chu Kang Road.

    Officially opened by then Minister of Education Mr Ong Pang Boon, it started as an integrated English-Chinese stream school as part of government efforts to house two or more language streams under one administration and one principal. Thus, schools such as Yio Chu Kang Secondary School became a critical strategy in early nation building to emphasise the importance of bilingual education and to increase socialisation of students from different language mediums.

  • 新加坡维林中学

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    新加坡, 11 Jurong West Street 25, S648350

    新加坡维林中学是新加坡的一所公立中学。

  • 新加坡培才中学

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    新加坡, 10 Serangoon Avenue 4, S556094

    Peicai Secondary School which took over the facilities of the former Hwi Yoh Secondary School, was established in 1984 as a result of the amalgamation of Parry Secondary School and Hwi Yoh Secondary School. The school name is formed from the Chinese names of its two \"mother\" schools. \"Peicai\" is the Hanyu Pinyin which stands for \"Nurture of Talents\".

  • 新加坡俊源中学

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    新加坡, 11 Tampines Street 84, S528933

    Junyuan Secondary School was established in January 1999 to serve the Tampines community. Mrs Cecilia Lee, the first principal, charted the directions for the school with a strong focus on School Values. Beginning with just 280 students and 17 staff, the school population grew to more than 1000 within a few years.

  • 新加坡德能中学

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    新加坡, 21 Bukit Batok West Avenue 2, S659204

    Dunearn Secondary School was established in 1962 as Dunearn Government Chinese Middle School . In 1969, it amalgamated with Dunearn Vocational School to become Dunearn Secondary School. The Chinese stream was phased out in 1986.

  • 新加坡育英中学

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    新加坡, 47 Hougang Avenue 1, S538884

    Yuying Secondary School was founded by the Hainanese Community in 1910 as a Chinese-medium high school. At that time, it was located at Prinsep Street and named Yock Eng High School. The school began with an enrolment of only 15 students. However, it soon outgrew its premises as the enrolment continued to climb. In 1939, the School Management Board initiated a campaign to raise funds for new premises.

  • 新加坡光洋中学

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    新加坡, 8 Bishan Street 12, S579807

    In 2003, Ministry of Education (MOE) announced that Guangyang Secondary School and Braddell-Westlake Secondary School will merge in 2006. The secondary one cohorts of both schools collaborated to produce a ceramic mural wall that will be installed in the new merged school in early 2005. In June 2003, Guangyang Secondary returned to its Bishan Campus. The school was presented Value-Added Award (Bronze) for its commendable performance in the 2004 GCE O Level Examination. Guangyang Secondary School and Braddell-Westlake Secondary merged in 2006 and Mrs Tan Miao Ling took over as the school’s sixth Principal. Guangyang Secondary’s name is retained. Mr Benjamin Kwok took office as Guangyang Secondary School’s seventh Principal in December 2012.

  • 新加坡东源中学

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    新加坡, 30 Tampines Street 34, S529231

    East Spring Secondary School was set up in 1999. This was deeply entwined with the history of Tampines, where a school was needed to meet the growing families in the area.

    During this time, the Ministry of Education was embarking on its Thinking Schools, Learning Nation framework and East Spring’s pioneer staff and pupils were at the forefront of twenty-first century pedagogies with its new and up-to-date facilities.

  • 新加坡康培中学

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    新加坡, 51 Sembawang Drive, S757699

    新加坡康培中学是新加坡的一所公立中学。

  • 新加坡达善中学

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    新加坡, 10 Lengkok Bahru, S159050

    新加坡达善中学是新加坡的一所公立中学。

  • 新加坡辅仁中学

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    新加坡, 11 Marsiling Road, S739111

    Woodlands Secondary School was established in 1982 with 205 students and a pioneer batch of 13 staff as a Government co-educational school to cater to the growing population in Woodlands and Marsiling area. It was initially sited in Si Ling Secondary School’s premises. In 1984, the school relocated to its current premises at 8 Admiralty Road, and was officially opened on 20th September. The school has a distinction of being the northernmost school in Singapore just a stone’s throw away from the Singapore-Johore Causeway.

  • 新加坡聚英中学

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    新加坡, 33 Jurong West Street 91, S649038

    Juying Secondary School was founded in December 1994 with the appointment of Mrs Lee Yin Ling as its pioneer principal. With an initial Secondary One cohort on 12 June 1995, the students and teachers move into the present premises, then partially retrofitted, formerly occupied by Jurong Institute.