Chung Cheng High (Main)

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Chung Cheng High School (Main)

Postby Vanilla Cake » Fri Oct 31, 2008 4:24 pm

Hi All,

For info.
Tomorrow is the open house 2008 for Chung Cheng High School (Main).
10 am to 3 pm
http://www.cchms.moe.edu.sg/

Warmest regards.
:D

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Postby heutistmeintag » Sat Nov 01, 2008 2:02 am

Yes! I will be going.

BTW, anyone has any comments beside the fact that they are one of the better ones around.

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Chung Cheng High (Main)

Postby Cherry64 » Sun Nov 29, 2009 8:54 pm

Original Title: Compare Chung Cheng High (Main) & Anglican High

Hi Parents

My daughter wish to apply for Chung Cheng High (Main). She also qualifies for Anglican High What is the different between Chung Cheng High & Anglican High being both are Chinese Sec Sch?

Thks

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Chose Chung Cheng High Main

Postby Cherry64 » Tue Dec 01, 2009 11:49 pm

Hi

I have been looking at my posting on Comparison btw Chung Cheng Main and AHS for the past 2 days but there are no responses from our Kaisu parents. I assume maybe not many parents are familiar with Chung Cheng Main .

It is ok. Thanks. We haved decided on Chung Cheng Main as my girl like the school very much since she went there for some Science project in Pri 5. and later to the open houset this year.She like the iconic Lake in the school. As parents, we respect her decision and was happy she chose a Chinese school as we hope she can be bilingual after 4 years there.

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Postby heutistmeintag » Wed Dec 02, 2009 12:20 am

Congrats on choosing CCM! I didnt have the chance to visit AHS but visited CCM during last year open house. I must say I was impressed by the sec2 girl guide who brought us around. Definitely bilingual, which is amazing for someone like me who sux in Mandarin. lol and she shown maturity, discipline and a cheerful personality.

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Postby Cherry64 » Wed Dec 02, 2009 3:00 pm

Hi heutistmeintag

You wrote:
Congrats on choosing CCM! I didnt have the chance to visit AHS but visited CCM during last year open house. I must say I was impressed by the sec2 girl guide who brought us around. Definitely bilingual, which is amazing for someone like me who sux in Mandarin. lol and she shown maturity, discipline and a cheerful personality.


Hi heutistmeintag

Thanks for feedback on CCM. I went to the open house this year and like you, was very impressed with the student guide who was helpful and friendly. The girlsthere are decently dressed with the skirts touching the knees. This piece of information is for parents only :lol Perhaps I am more conservative but I do not like school girls who wear very short skirts esp in the mixed schools. I have seen plenty of girls with short skirts and wonder how they sit in class.

Being someone who cannot read Mandarin, it is very frustrating not able to understand sign board or menus ( in China ) in Mandarin. Thus, I hope my girl will have the right platform to brush up her Mandarin. She was from a Convent Prl school and hardly speak Mandarin.

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Postby kiddo » Wed Jan 20, 2010 7:40 pm

HELLO chERRY64 , :D

My boi is in Chung cHeng high .....cos huby wanted a chinese school for him so there he goes .

He is in sec 2 now and in SCOUT & WUSHU cca.

By the way , I live in Woodlands. 8)

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Postby Cherry64 » Wed Jan 20, 2010 8:32 pm

Hi Kiddo

Great to hear from a parent who send her child to Chung Cheng. I guess not many kaisus parents send their children to Chung Cheng Main.I hope I am wrong.

Wow, Woodlands is far from the school. Besides being a Chinese sch, any other reasons why your hubby chose Chung Cheng Main.

I must say I am impressed with the Chung Cheng students who are courteous and well behaved when I was in the school for some events. I am happy with the school emphasis on discipline.

Btw, my daughter has a classmate that stay in Woodlands too. At first, I also wonder why go to a school that is so far.

I would like to hear from you how you feel about CCHM.

Thanks

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Postby kiddo » Tue Jan 26, 2010 8:25 pm

Cherry 64,

sent u a pm :lol:

school seminar if u interested ... 8)

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Postby OngMum » Wed Oct 13, 2010 10:45 am

Hi there,

I would like to know if there’s any difference between Chung Cheng Main and Chung Cheng Yishun.

Do you think a child who is from a Convent Pri school can adapt easily to the school environment and its culture?

Thank you!

Cheers!

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