De La Salle School


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11, Choa Chu Kang St 52 Singapore 689285
+65 67667675
+65 67622075
School Mission: 
Reaching out to all pupils with love and attention in the Lasallian Spirit of faith and zeal for the formation of our children such that they will realize their full potential to become the persons that God wants them to be.
School Vision: 
A cohesive and thinking community committed to life-long learning, purposeful and innovative teaching to achieve excellence in academic, moral and social goals.
Bus Services: 
TIBS 302
Nearest MRT: 
Yew Tee


2005. PSLE+

2007. DA-CD

2007. PSLE+

PSLE Results

2007 Top Pupils: Ang Wan Qi (283)

2008 Top Pupile: Tan Hui Min(St Christopher 6) (4A* & Distinction for HCL)  (274)


% Passes
% Placed in Express Stream
De La Salle School
National Average
De La Salle School
National Average
2004 99.2% 97.4% 73.4% 61.9%
2005 99.7% 97.8% 72.6% 62.2%
2006 99.4% 97.7% 73.2% 63.6%
2007 99.2% 97.7% 74.5% 63.5%
2008 99.2% 97.1% 74.5% 63.5%


1° 23' 42" N, 103° 44' 34.8" E


Recess updates and classrooom blocks.

P1- 2nd storey
P2- 3rd Storey
P3- 4th Storey
P4- 5th Storey
P5- 6th Storey
P6- 7th storey.
As the canteen is ultra crowded during recess, the school has decided to change the number of recesses from 2 to 3. The P1s, P2s, P5s and P6s will not be affected.
P1 and P2 recess- 0945-1015
P3 and P4 recess- 1015-1045
P5 and P6 recess- 1045-1115

Oh yeah | Sat, 05/01/2013 - 11:09am

i am also looking into

i am also looking into finding ways to join their pv group in de lasalle and was hoping to get some lobang thru this forum.

doratheexplorer | Fri, 08/05/2009 - 11:22am

nibnew According to some


According to some parents who had last enquired, pv vacancies for De La Salle is very rare. More discussion here

jedamum | Thu, 07/05/2009 - 11:34pm

PV for De La Salle

Based on the APP, it seems almost 50% chance of getting into the school.

My boy do not have any siblings and we are within 1km from the school.

Is there any parents here done PV for De La Salle before?

nibnew | Thu, 07/05/2009 - 10:51pm

Hi Sleepy , Thanks for

Hi Sleepy , Thanks for your compliments about my son .haaa.....  My boy's form teacher  said he is a timid ( Day dreamer ) but clever pupil . Next yr  P5 is a turning point for him , i Though my son did not do as well as some of his peers, but at least his result is not too bad so far. Frankly i am more worried of his  Higher Chinese,cos he has short span of attention .Has anyone started preparing child for SA2 ?? I have started my son on his revision for SA2  ( alreally one month. ) SO kiasu !!! .... I hope he just put in his best effort   Nowadays, its really not easy to be a mom.. its seems like we are the ones who are stressed up .. more stressed than the one taking the exams....    Hahaha..... 

Nowadays, the students are much more prepared, get lots of tuition/home teaching but the syllabus standard has also gone alot higher. 


aggellim | Sat, 27/09/2008 - 9:41pm

impressive results!



wow! your boy is very smart

sleepy | Sat, 27/09/2008 - 6:21pm

Own Merit+ Switching to dream School


HI Not so kiasu ,

what i understand , first ur kids must hv a good merit  ( branded School ). my Ds1 experiences..........

1) P3 - UNSW international Competitions  * MATH - high Distinction * SCIENCE - Distinction .

2) P3 - Holistic Report Overall For yr - * Eng = 89   Chi= 86   Sci = 92   Math = 97

aggellim | Sat, 27/09/2008 - 12:31am

Moving to Yew Tee area, what are my chances?

Hello friends,

We are moving to Yew Tee area. My child is in P3, we want to transfer my child at P4 for next yr. What are my chances for mid entry admission into ?

thanks so much

not_so_kiasu | Fri, 26/09/2008 - 10:02pm

Switching to De La Salle

There are no fixed rules regarding switching mid-stream to other schools, but the most important criteria is how well your child is performing in his/her current school.  Distance is not the most important factor.  Some of our parents, eg. aggelim, have made the switch successfully to "branded" schools such as Nanhua (as discussed here), and you may want to consult them politely to learn from their experiences.

ChiefKiasu | Fri, 26/09/2008 - 11:28pm