SJI or CHS?

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SJI or CHS?

Postby kittybank » Sat Aug 27, 2011 9:30 am

Is there already such a thread?

Based on Maid's table, SJI's COP is 241 whilst Catholic High's 247.

Can parents of ds of these 2 schools share their experience?

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Re: SJI or CHS?

Postby phankao » Sun Aug 28, 2011 2:34 pm

wormy wrote:Is there already such a thread?

Based on Maid's table, SJI's COP is 241 whilst Catholic High's 247.

Can parents of ds of these 2 schools share their experience?


What does your child want? An SAP school(CHS) or otherwise? Both schools will be having 6yr IP option dual-track with their O-level programme from next year.

How about considering distance?

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Re: SJI or CHS?

Postby kittybank » Fri Sep 02, 2011 8:29 am

thanks phankao. din realise there's a reply.

trouble is ds is bochap type. he has set his sights on other schools requiring a higher COP. i have to consider other schools just in case. distance is not really an issue as we stay in the central. ds is an introvert and i would like him to be more outgoing. chs has a higher cop than sji as far as i understand. do u know if both of these schools' cca schedule is taxing? thank you :salute:

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Re: SJI or CHS?

Postby phankao » Fri Sep 02, 2011 2:16 pm

It depends on the CCA too. But secondary school should definitely be busier.

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Re: SJI or CHS?

Postby kittybank » Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:04 pm

DS in all boys' school now. So preferably boys' school in secondary. But if we r faced with limited choices, wonder if he can adapt in a co-ed sec school.

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