Help on selection of secondary school in the west

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Help on selection of secondary school in the west

Postby Dccm » Sun Nov 24, 2013 10:55 am

My son's scored 237. Need help which school is a better choice.

1) bukit panjang govt high (afraid couldn't meet COP)
2) Swiss cottage
3) Fuhua sec
4) Kranji sec
5) Clementi town sec
6) West spring sec

Shall I try bukit panjang govt high?
Comparing Swiss cottage, fuhua and kranji which one is better? Need advice.
Btw I staying in bukit panjang area
Pls help.

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Re: Help on selection of secondary school in the west

Postby Ah Chek » Sun Nov 24, 2013 12:15 pm

Ya, I'm also comparing Fuhua, Commonwealth vs Swiss Cottage. How's their academic, principal, teacher, school culture, facilities, affiliated JC etc.

Appreciate any parents, students, teachers share experiences.. Really need helps..

Thanks.

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Re: Help on selection of secondary school in the west

Postby Dccm » Sun Nov 24, 2013 12:38 pm

Fuhua facilities looks new, they are niche in sports . Swiss cottage had good reputation around this area. Kranji had good academic results though its facilities looks old.

Bukit panjang govt high seems a bit out of reach. Their COP is 246 last year. What's you child aggregate?

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Re: Help on selection of secondary school in the west

Postby Ah Chek » Sun Nov 24, 2013 8:32 pm

She got 231, so BPGH out of list, Fuhua most likely, hope for Swiss Cottage, Commonwealth.. But, not sure which is better?

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