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School Type: Government-aided/Boys’ school/Single session

School Vision: Belief in self-excellence in all service to others, true to one’s faith.

School Mission: Enabling youth in a Lasallian community to learn how to learn, and to learn how to live; empowering them to become men of integrity and men for others.

Principal: Mr Goh Heng Liang, Timothy

Affiliated Secondary School/s: St. Joseph’s Institution, St. Patrick’s School

Parent Volunteering: N.A.

Parent Volunteering Details: N.A.

Open House: N.A.

P1 Registration Details:


Religious/Clan Affiliation: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore

Religious/Clan Affiliation Details:

Mother Tongue:
Higher Chinese
Higher Malay
Higher Tamil

Foundation Subjects: N.A.

Special Assistance Plan (SAP): N.A.

Gifted Education Programme (GEP): N.A.

Distinctive Programmes:


School-based Student Care: Yes

School Bus Service:


MOE Policy: All schools are equipped with barrier-free features on the ground floor. This includes handicapped toilets and ramps to common areas such as the main entrance, general office, and canteen. In addition, schools with full handicap facilities are retrofitted with features such as lifts, connectivity between blocks, handicapped toilets, and ramps on the upper levels. Such schools are located across the island. In line with regulatory requirements, all new schools and schools undergoing major upgrading will be provided with barrier-free enhancements, including additional lifts, handicapped toilets, and ramps.

Full Handicap Facilities: No

Allied Educator/s: Yes

MOE Guides:


MOE Awards (2016)

Development Award
DA (Character Development)

Extracurricular Achievements

Details available on MOE’s School Information Service.

Academic Achievements

2013 PSLE Results

  • Mean Aggregate (4S): 221.5
  • Mean Aggregate (All): 216.81

2012 PSLE Results

  • Mean Aggregate (4S): 215.23
  • Mean Aggregate (All): 209.04

2011 PSLE Results

  • Mean Aggregate (4S): 209.08
  • Mean Aggregate (All): 207.23

2010 PSLE Results

  • Mean Aggregate (4S): 210.57
  • Mean Aggregate (All): 207.2

2009 PSLE Results

  • Mean Aggregate (4S): 209.91
  • Mean Aggregate (All): 203.38

2008 PSLE Results

  • Mean Aggregate (All): 203.49

2007 PSLE Results

  • Top Pupils
    • Lee Jie Qi (273)
    • Pavandeep Singh (271)
  • Overall passes (A* – C)
    • English (100%)
    • Chinese (88.7%)
    • Malay (72.7%)
    • Tamil (97.1%)
  • Quality passes (A* – A)
    • English (60.3%)
    • Chinese (54.6%)
    • Malay (27.3%)
    • Math (55.9%)
    • Science (55.9%)


Address: 3, ESSEX ROAD ( 309331 )

Bus Services: 21;54;56;57;124;131;166;518;851

Telephone: 62552700


Official Website:

Parents' Network:

Ballot History:


Based on the ACSJ website, the balloting in 2015 for 2B was for PR > 2 km then. See the site for details, and all the best.


Based on ACSJ website, the balloting in 2015 was for 2c was for > 2 km. Please review the site for details. All the best.

Hi, What about under Phase 2B


What about under Phase 2B enrollment, within 1-2km and Singaporean?

What are the likely chances? Thanks. 



Is Balloting required?

Hi everybody,

My son will be under Phase 2C enrolment and We fall within the 1-2km category.We all are Singaporean.

Are the chances high? Please share with me your experiences.

thank you.

St Joseph

My Address is within 1 to 2 km of St Joseph, any idea for the pass record in phase 2C, any ballot require? We are Singaporean.


Hello all,

I am a new parent, can anyone tell what is this 10 year program?

 You may try to view primary

 You may try to view primary school balloting history up to 2010. Zoom into (Novena). I am pretty new to this website so not sure how to link it up for u. Or try posting your question under the thread (novena) primary schools and other parents may be able to help u:) all the best to your ds registration next year:) my turn will be in 2014. Cheers

Thanks for the

Thanks for the information.

Any idea what the statistics are for the last 2 years? In the balloting exercise, how many applicants trying for how many seats available. I will be able to guage from these numbers what the chances are.

Looking forward.



Sji j

 Based on this year result: 2B > 2km must ballot for sjij


Registering for SJIJ in 2013 - What are my chances

Hi Everyone –

Thanks for the very interesting posts in this forum. They are very informative.

I would really appreciate if please any kind parents can share the admission satistics for SJIJ for the last 2 years please (i.e. 2011 & 2012 registration). I’m specifically looking for the phase 2B and 2C data.

I did try looking for the data and satistics on other threads but my search did not bare any fruitful results. Maybe I’m not looking in the correct threads, if so, please point them out to me. 

My son is born in 2007 and we are Singaporean and are baptized catholics.

My current place is > 2km of SJIJ.

We are seriously considering registering for SJIJ and are weighing our options.

Secondly, I’d like your thoughts on what my chances are given our current situation.

Thanks in advance.




Balloting required?



My son will be under Phase 2C enrolment and my husband is not an Old boy.  We fall within the 1-2km category.


Are the chances high? Please share with me your experiences.

thank you.

Affliated school

 My husband was from St Steven Pri. Will our son has any priority to join St Joseph Junior?



New at St Joseph Junior

I managed to get my son into SJIJ through phase 2B. I had to ballot and it was really stressful. I would like to ask other seasoned parents what I should expect at the school. What’s their niche area? How are the teachers there?

chinese language schools

Hi, can anyone recommend any good chinese language schools for primary students? not academic type but to learn the language through fun and interesting methods like story telling?

Hi Matthew, Unfortunately

Hi Matthew,

Unfortunately the preference only stands if you were from the same Pri school. So I guess you must be from St Michael’s Pri to hv priority.

Doesn’t work if your were from SJI Sec 🙁

SJI secondary old boy, but not SJI Junior old boy

Hi, i am an old boy of SJI (secondary) but was not from SJI Junior. Anyone knows if my kid has preferential chance of entering SJI Junior in such a scenario given that i was from the secondary school? Tks.

Exact Distance Map from SJI junior

hi, anyone would have a 1km map coverage from sji junior ? it seems like my location at farrer park road is +/- a few meters from the school for registration.


sji junior

My son is in SJI Junior as I want him to receive an education in a Catholic school.  I have friends with sons in Catholic High.  In making your decision, you may wish to take into account the fact that at the moment it is easier to get into Catholic High (secondary) than SJI (sec) as the cut-off point is lower for CH although it is a good school too.

from an old boy of sji junior

Hi im an old boy of sji junior, now studying in sji. i am in sec 1 as i graduated last year. I can tell you the 10-year programme is both interesting and beneficial. Facilities are good and there is many things for comfort of students eg air conditioned hall, many computer labs, a large field and many amenities for students

quite frentic if my son can

quite frentic if my son can make it into SJI with the 1-2km (hopefully no ballot required)


my hubby is a old boys of SJIJ, thus my kid can get entry via Phase 2a2 (which saves alots of  anxiety, or should we try ATPS as we are staying >1km.  Please advise. thks

Think carefully

If you have a finite sum of money and time to spend, would you rather spend it on getting your child to a "good" school, or spend it on preparing or supporting your child for his Primary school education regardless of whichever school he might be in?

i am thinking of making a

i am thinking of making a drastic decision. Please tell if its worth the effort. I am desperate to have my son enter SJI junior. Though it does not rank high in academic excellence i really wonder why they have just too many applicants every year. I am catholic and deciding to relocate from tampines to stay withing 1 km  to SJI junior.  However, i have to take a large housing loan. Or should i just relocate close by to Catholic high and choose that school. I just want a place for my son to be in a catholic school with good standings and confirm a place. pls advice

SJI Junior

SJI is a very popular school with very a strong bias for sports.  Academically, it under-performs compared to the top tier schools in terms of producing top students with PSLE T-scores >=275.  Like a number of other missionary schools, it is strong in English, but weak in Chinese.


How's SJI junior?

Anyone with comments on this school, esp with their 10yr integrated programme with SJI?

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