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Secondary Schools - East

Postby heutistmeintag » Tue Sep 08, 2009 1:07 pm

Original Title: Recommendation for schools (east side) for range 230-250?

I am looking for one for my daughter, preferably girls school. Any feedback on the recommended schools are welcome. MTIA!

So far, I have
1) Cedar (abit far from my Pasir Ris place)
2) TKGS
3) DHS (her target but I think she cant make it :oops: )
4) Temasek SS

BTW, sports that she like or looking forward to are TKD and shooting.

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Re: Recommendation for schools (east side) for range 230-250

Postby Poonie » Tue Sep 08, 2009 3:26 pm

heutistmeintag wrote:I am looking for one for my daughter, preferably girls school. Any feedback on the recommended schools are welcome. MTIA!

So far, I have
1) Cedar (abit far from my Pasir Ris place)
2) TKGS
3) DHS (her target but I think she cant make it :oops: )
4) Temasek SS

BTW, sports that she like or looking forward to are TKD and shooting.


Hi! I've got a lsit here. These are sec schools in the east based on PSLE aggregate range in 2008. Hope you will find it useful.

http://app.sis.moe.gov.sg/schinfo/SIS_SearchResults.asp

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Postby kuzco » Tue Sep 08, 2009 8:44 pm

What about Anglican High?

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Re: Recommendation for schools (east side) for range 230-250

Postby heutistmeintag » Mon Sep 21, 2009 12:49 pm

Poonie wrote:Hi! I've got a lsit here. These are sec schools in the east based on PSLE aggregate range in 2008. Hope you will find it useful.

http://app.sis.moe.gov.sg/schinfo/SIS_SearchResults.asp


erm, that link doesnt work but still, thanks. I will search their info system.

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Postby heutistmeintag » Mon Sep 21, 2009 12:50 pm

kuzco wrote:What about Anglican High?


Good suggestion, I forgot about this school but just worried if she can cope with their chinese language level.

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Postby heutistmeintag » Fri Nov 27, 2009 3:51 am

I am very happy coz my DD did better than expected and scored 248, so our choices now are as below and based on COP and distance from home

1) Cedar or Anglican High
2) Ximin
3) Chung Cheng Hgih (main)
4) TKGS
5) Ngee Ann

The other factor she is considering is sports and CCA. Her preferred choices of sports are shooting, floorball, netball and softball.

We would be glad to hear further comments and recommendations. Many thanks in advance!

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Postby ChiefKiasu » Fri Nov 27, 2009 7:11 am

heutistmeintag wrote:I am very happy coz my DD did better than expected and scored 248, so our choices now are as below and based on COP and distance from home

1) Cedar or Anglican High
2) Ximin
3) Chung Cheng Hgih (main)
4) TKGS
5) Ngee Ann

The other factor she is considering is sports and CCA. Her preferred choices of sports are shooting, floorball, netball and softball.

We would be glad to hear further comments and recommendations. Many thanks in advance!


Congrats heutistmeintag! I can imagine how happy you are right now :) And welcome to the Secondary school community!

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Postby DadOfGirl » Fri Nov 27, 2009 9:55 am

heutistmeintag wrote:I am very happy coz my DD did better than expected and scored 248, so our choices now are as below and based on COP and distance from home

1) Cedar or Anglican High
2) Ximin
3) Chung Cheng Hgih (main)
4) TKGS
5) Ngee Ann

The other factor she is considering is sports and CCA. Her preferred choices of sports are shooting, floorball, netball and softball.

We would be glad to hear further comments and recommendations. Many thanks in advance!


Consider Cresent school & St. Margarett. Anglican high is SAP school ?

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Postby Augmum » Fri Nov 27, 2009 11:50 am

DadOfGirl wrote:
heutistmeintag wrote:I am very happy coz my DD did better than expected and scored 248, so our choices now are as below and based on COP and distance from home

1) Cedar or Anglican High
2) Ximin
3) Chung Cheng Hgih (main)
4) TKGS
5) Ngee Ann

The other factor she is considering is sports and CCA. Her preferred choices of sports are shooting, floorball, netball and softball.

We would be glad to hear further comments and recommendations. Many thanks in advance!


Consider Cresent school & St. Margarett. Anglican high is SAP school ?


dadofgirl,
if heutistmeintag considers cedar far fr his place, think crescent girls' will be lagi worst :D yes, anglican high is a sap sch.

heutistmeintag, since yr gal is sporty, cedar girls' will suit her.

my gals classmates/schoolmates ( a girls' sch)are very fond of anglican high, they always discuss amongst themselves of joining anglican high. this school adv being affiliated to st. andrew JC, 2 bonus pts off from "o" level.

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Choosing sec sch??

Postby Same Tune » Fri Nov 27, 2009 1:40 pm

Can anyone out there pls give me some advise/info on which sch my girl shd put as her 1st choice.

She scored only 219 and is confused where to go......now she needs mummy 's advise and I know nothing much or 'anyone' frm these sch to help me;

Coral Sec Sch or Tampines Sec Sch or East Spring Sec Sch or Bedok View Sec Sch

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