MJS is an all boys school. Competition may not be as intense as a co-ed school since girls cant be admitted. This may give you the edge as you are also within 1km of the school.sannnz wrote:It has only 39 seats left but as I am not a catholic, i do not 'feel comfortable' to send him to MJS. My son has attended the open house at Punggol pri and he loves it so i had to hide my dissapointment and sadness from him.....he wanted to go to a co-ed school too (not sure why he's so insistent).sannnz wrote:
thank you Sparkss.....HUGS to you too.
but i cannot imagine nor take the heart wrenching moment on 13th AUG night if the nearest school (NVPS) is filled....logistic will be a nightmare for me. and i have a younger son to follow the next year.....the fate is really dependant on the older brother.
What about Monfort Junior?
Nevertheless, keep your options open and monitor the schools. Look at the numbers on the first day and apply on the second day.