Howcome RI, ACSI and HCI are no longer call boys' schools?

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Howcome RI, ACSI and HCI are no longer call boys' schools?

Postby kiaaik » Sat Sep 25, 2010 1:03 pm

Howcome RI, ACSI and HCI are no longer call boys' schools?
In time to come, the same will happen to VS and SJI.
In the old days, boys' schools have pre-university classes which are co-ed and they were still known as boys' schools. But although they are still boys' classes only in the secondary section, they can no longer be called boys' schools?

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Postby xxjustakidxx » Sat Sep 25, 2010 5:32 pm

I believe that it is still called a boy's school as a student of the 3rd school in question

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Postby kiaaik » Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:22 am

xxjustakidxx wrote:I believe that it is still called a boy's school as a student of the 3rd school in question



Go to http://app.sis.moe.gov.sg/schinfo/SIS_index.asp
Choose HCI.
From info there, the Type of Schools is Mixed.
For the boys' schools, Type of Schools is Boys.

In the old days, boys' schools with pre-U coed classes were categoried by MOE as boys' schools.

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Postby verykiasu2010 » Sun Sep 26, 2010 2:06 am

kiaaik wrote:
xxjustakidxx wrote:I believe that it is still called a boy's school as a student of the 3rd school in question



Go to http://app.sis.moe.gov.sg/schinfo/SIS_index.asp
Choose HCI.
From info there, the Type of Schools is Mixed.
For the boys' schools, Type of Schools is Boys.

In the old days, boys' schools with pre-U coed classes were categoried by MOE as boys' schools.


perhaps just a matter of whoever is in MOE computer room doing the sorting and grouping for the internet search, may not reflect any official classification by MOE
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Postby verykiasu2010 » Sun Sep 26, 2010 2:10 am

in the old days of RI / Chn High / ACS with pre-U classes with girls.....those are just admission of girls into those pre-U 1 & 2 classes

these days, it is more then merely adding some girls in JC 1 & 2 : for HCI + NYGH, and RI + RGS, except for ACSI (where are girls from ??!!)

for HCI & RI, from a yearly cohort of 450 it becomes 450 + 450 + 300 in each of JC 1 & 2, which is RI+RGS+new intake, like wise for HCI+NYGH+new intake
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Postby xxjustakidxx » Sun Sep 26, 2010 9:28 am

MIXED? LAST YEAR STILL BOY'S LEH

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Postby kiaaik » Mon Sep 27, 2010 8:44 am

verykiasu2010 wrote:
kiaaik wrote:
xxjustakidxx wrote:I believe that it is still called a boy's school as a student of the 3rd school in question



Go to http://app.sis.moe.gov.sg/schinfo/SIS_index.asp
Choose HCI.
From info there, the Type of Schools is Mixed.
For the boys' schools, Type of Schools is Boys.

In the old days, boys' schools with pre-U coed classes were categoried by MOE as boys' schools.


perhaps just a matter of whoever is in MOE computer room doing the sorting and grouping for the internet search, may not reflect any official classification by MOE


I will be really surprised that such little mistake can be made
:D

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Postby happymum8 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 2:47 pm

Nature of School :
Boys Girls Mixed


16 schools found:

Primary Schools:
ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL (JUNIOR)
ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL (PRIMARY)
MONTFORT JUNIOR SCHOOL
ST. ANDREW'S JUNIOR SCHOOL
ST. GABRIEL'S PRIMARY SCHOOL
ST. JOSEPH'S INSTITUTION JUNIOR
ST. STEPHEN'S SCHOOL

Secondary Schools:
ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL (BARKER ROAD)
MONTFORT SECONDARY SCHOOL
ST. ANDREW'S SECONDARY SCHOOL
ST. GABRIEL'S SECONDARY SCHOOL
ST. JOSEPH'S INSTITUTION
ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL
VICTORIA SCHOOL

Mixed Level Schools (Pri 1 to Sec 4/5):
CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
MARIS STELLA HIGH SCHOOL

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Postby verykiasu2010 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 4:20 pm

kiaaik wrote:
verykiasu2010 wrote:
kiaaik wrote:
xxjustakidxx wrote:I believe that it is still called a boy's school as a student of the 3rd school in question



Go to http://app.sis.moe.gov.sg/schinfo/SIS_index.asp
Choose HCI.
From info there, the Type of Schools is Mixed.
For the boys' schools, Type of Schools is Boys.

In the old days, boys' schools with pre-U coed classes were categoried by MOE as boys' schools.


perhaps just a matter of whoever is in MOE computer room doing the sorting and grouping for the internet search, may not reflect any official classification by MOE


I will be really surprised that such little mistake can be made
:D


even mas selamat also did escape...nothing is impossible :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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Postby kiaaik » Mon Sep 27, 2010 5:01 pm

happymum8 wrote:Nature of School :
Boys Girls Mixed


16 schools found:

Primary Schools:
ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL (JUNIOR)
ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL (PRIMARY)
MONTFORT JUNIOR SCHOOL
ST. ANDREW'S JUNIOR SCHOOL
ST. GABRIEL'S PRIMARY SCHOOL
ST. JOSEPH'S INSTITUTION JUNIOR
ST. STEPHEN'S SCHOOL

Secondary Schools:
ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL (BARKER ROAD)
MONTFORT SECONDARY SCHOOL
ST. ANDREW'S SECONDARY SCHOOL
ST. GABRIEL'S SECONDARY SCHOOL
ST. JOSEPH'S INSTITUTION
ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL
VICTORIA SCHOOL

Mixed Level Schools (Pri 1 to Sec 4/5):
CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
MARIS STELLA HIGH SCHOOL


precisely...this is what i am trying to say

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