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A total of 752 students
sat for the examinations held in Nov 2014 with 94.5% of them achieving at least
3H2 passes including GP. Click here to read more...
A total of 752 students sat for the examinations held in Nov 2014 with 94.5% of them achieving at least 3H2 passes including GP. Click here to read more...
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St Andrew's Junior College
Saints Advocate is celebrating Friendship Week 2015 from 11-13th Feb! Friendships in SAJC is not only about making friends within the Saints family, but also extending our love outwards to the community! We are privileged to have members from Simei Care Centre to share the right understanding about mental health illness. Let's support Friendship Week 2015 to celebrate Friendships within the Saints Family and beyond! You can view the video @ http://youtu.be/glRf-rWAoH4
Our college hosted two teachers from Sir John Lawes School (SJL), our new partner school in the UK, over the past week. Richard Morton is a biology teacher while Sophie Scott is a computing teacher who is involved in student leadership work in SJL. Richard and Sophie sat in on lessons and met up with various programme owners to learn more about the education system in SAJC. They also joined the new JC1s on their Orientation activities in both college and Sentosa and were introduced to local delicacies by our school leaders. We hope Richard and Sophie enjoyed their stay in the SA Hall and the SA hospitality and we look forward to future visits between the two schools.
Final day of JC1 Orientation 2015.
The Mark of a Saint prepared for the newest members of our SAJC family
Orientation Day 4 - Taviote @ Sentosa
Dear Saints, Many of your seniors are studying in prestigious universities around the world. ???? Have you ever thought of studying overseas? Do you want to find out more about various courses of study, admission processes and university life in the US and UK? ???????? Here is your chance to find out first hand from our US and UK University partners! Speakers from the United States Education Information Center (USEIC) and the British Council will be sharing the necessary information and answering your queries. See you there at the forum!