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ST ANDREW’S CELEBRATES “ALL-ROUNDERS” OF THE 2016 GCE A- LEVEL EXAMINATIONS!

A total of 630 students sat for the examinations held in Nov 2016 with 96.2% of them achieving at least 3H2 passes including GP.  This maintains the upward trend the College has seen in recent years.

We are proud of ALL our students. While we cannot highlight them all we have chosen these Saints below as the epitomes of the Saint Spirit and student. They have done us proud not just with their results but because they represent the very best qualities of exemplary Saints demonstrating their ability to balance both academics and co-curricular activities.

Charlene Goh Kai Ning (15A04) served as the House Captain of Romanis where she headed several key committees in organising major College events such as Sports Carnival, Graduation Night and Orientation. Her strong leadership ability was demonstrated in how she led the committee in conceptualising and executing the events. A skilled communicator, she served as emcee for College events such as the Jacob Ballas Memorial Ceremony and Kiwi Cup 2016 and was selected to be the moderator for the 2015 Minister’s Dialogue Session with Minister K Shanmugam. Despite her heavy commitments as a student leader, she was also an active member of the Saints’ Chorale, participating in the Singapore Youth Festival and the Singapore Choral Festival. Charlene was a true community builder who gave of her time and care to those around her, and participated in several Service Learning projects. A role model for her peers, her empathetic nature and excellent communication skills saw her awarded the Colours Award in 2016, and the Exemplary Character Award in 2016. Charlene offered Economics (A), Mathematics (A) and Literature (A) at H2, and General Paper (A), Project Work (A) and History (C) at H1.

Kishen Ashok Kumar (15S09) was the Captain of the Hockey Team where he displayed great tenacity and passion as a player. His leadership and determination contributed to his team’s performance the 2015 National Inter-Schools “A” Division competition where they achieved a hard-won Second-Runner Up position for the College. For his contributions to the Hockey Team where he embodied values of a servant leader, Kishen was awarded the Colours Award and the Servant Leader Scholarship in 2016. A highly motivated student who enjoyed the challenge of his course of study, he was a self-directed learner and was on the Honour Roll for many College examinations. His positive disposition and genuine care for those around him also saw him awarded the Exemplary Character Award in 2016. Kishen offered Physics (A), Chemistry (A) and Mathematics (A) at H2, and General Paper (B), Project Work (B) and Geography (A) at H1.

Fang Junwei, Samuel (15S24) was the President of the Audio Visual Aid & Media Club where he organised and led teams in supporting various College events such as Orientation, Teachers’ Day and College Day. He played a dual role as the club’s Public Relations Officer and, through his efforts, contributed to a four-fold increase in club membership. His strong leadership ability also saw him being elected as the Assistant Class Representative. In class, Samuel was a motivated and conscientious student who took initiative in his own learning and was on the Honour Roll for the two College Examinations leading up to the A Levels. Constantly striving for excellence in everything he undertook, Samuel is the epitome of the Servant Leader Saint who leads by example and was awarded the Service Award, the Exemplary Character Award, and the Edusave Character Award (ECHA) in 2016. Samuel offered Chemistry (A), Biology (A) and Economics (A) at H2, and General Paper (A), Project Work (A) and Mathematics (A) at H1. Samuel was from St Andrew’s Secondary School.

Syafiqah Bte Kahllid (15A07) served as the President of the English Drama Club, where she led the Club in the Singapore Youth Festival of 2016, in which they received a Certificate of Commendation. She also exhibited her leadership skills in the production of the annual College Play. Her tenacity and gumption were key qualities demonstrated in her role as the President where she ensured discipline among her peers, earning the trust of her teachers in the Club. With her congenial and easy-going disposition, Syafiqah was well-liked by her peers for her ability to assert a positive influence on others. Her involvement in the cultural immersion programme to Germany underscored her convivial temperament where she was able to develop genuine bonds with students from the Romain-Rolland Gymnasium. Syafiqah offered Mathematics (A), Literature (A) and History (B) at H2, and General Paper (C), Project Work (A) and Economics (B) at H1.

Gabriel Koh Giap Pang (15S02) served as the Captain of the SAJC Rugby Team where his exemplary leadership inspired his team-mates to achieve exuberant results in various tournaments. His ability to communicate well with his team-mates, and in assessing their strengths and weaknesses led the team to clinch the 3rd place in the Singapore Youth Olympic Festival in 2015 and 4th place in the National Schools ‘A’ Division Rugby Championship tournament in 2016. In recognition of his leadership and commitment to guide his peers and juniors, Gabriel was presented Servant Leaders Scholarship and Colours Award in 2016. Despite the heavy commitments of training and matches, Gabriel was still able to contribute back to the community with his involvement in various Service Learning activities like the Overseas Service Learning Programme (OSLP) where he spent two weeks of his school holiday helping Vietnamese children. Gabriel offered Mathematics (A), Chemistry (A), and Physics (B) at H2, and General Paper (B), Project Work (A) and Economics (B) at H1. He has clearly demonstrated that Saints can achieve excellence in all areas of their pursuit and development.

We would like to place on record our thanks to all those who have contributed to the success of our students. We especially thank the Board of Governors and all staff of the College, and finally we give thanks to God from whom all our blessings flow.

Up and On!


ST ANDREW’S CELEBRATES “ALL-ROUNDERS” OF THE 2015 GCE A- LEVEL EXAMINATIONS!

A total of 685 students sat for the examinations held in Nov 2015 with 95.3% of them achieving at least 3H2 passes including GP.  This maintains the upward trend the College has seen in recent years.

We are proud of ALL our students. While we cannot highlight them all we have chosen these Saints below as the epitomes of the Saint Spirit and student. They have done us proud not just with their results but because they represent the very best qualities of exemplary Saints demonstrating their ability to balance both academics and co-curricular activities.

Shannon Leong Yu Lyn (14S13) served as the Public Relations officer cum Secretary of the College Girls’ Hockey Team where she also displayed great tenacity as a player. Her determination contributed in no small part to her team’s performance in 2015 National Inter-Schools “A” Division competition where they garnered a hard-won First-Runner Up position for the College. For her contributions to the Hockey Team she was awarded the SAJC Colours Award.  Despite the heavy commitments of training and matches, Shannon nevertheless managed to be an active participant in many class and College Service Learning programmes where she worked on a diverse range of projects including environmental initiatives and with the less-fortunate elderly. Shannon has achieved an A in H2 Biology, and Bs for H2 Chemistry and Mathematics. She also achieved a B for H1 Geography and As for Project Work and the General Paper. She has shown clearly that Saints both learn and play with determination.

Ho Chong Yao (14S13) represented the College in many competitions and concerts as a member of the College Band where he was the Flute Section Leader. Chong Yao was a highly motivated student who enjoyed the challenge of his course of study. Regardless of the demands of performance he demonstrated resilience as a self-directed learner who had the right attitudes and good habits of working towards continual improvement not only of himself but for his fellow band members. This attitude of excellence helped hone the skills which contributed to the Band’s success in the 2015 Singapore Youth Festival where they clinched its highest award of a Distinction. Despite the heavy demands of his CCA and his course of study Chong Yao made the effort to take part in a wide range of activities that would serve to broaden his experience – these included an overseas cultural immersion to London and a pharmacy camp organised by the National University of Singapore. He was committed to excellence in whatever he undertook.  Chong Yao offered Biology (A), Chemistry (A) and Mathematics (A) at H2, and General Paper (A), Project Work (A) and English Literature (A) at H1.

Eng Wee Long (14S17) is a Saint who has distinguished himself as a Servant Leader. As Cadet Inspector in the National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) he, during his time in junior college, mentored junior NPCC members from his secondary school. He also served in the NPCC Headquarters to organized events such as the NPCC Annual Parade and found time for an attachment programme with the Singapore Police Force (SPF).  Apart from this, Wee Long also served as a Saints Activist during his time in College helping his teachers facilitate discussions relevant to the CCE curriculum.  An intelligent and motivated student who needed little guidance in his studies Wee Long was also the recipient of the SPF Book Prize.  Wee Long offered Chemistry (A), Biology (A), Physics (A) and Mathematics (A) at H2 level, and General Paper (B) and Project Work (A) at H1 level. In addition he received a Merit for his H3-Semiconductor Physics and Devices.

Arunachalam Selvanayagam (14S17) was Chairman of the Indian Cultural and in this capacity represented the College in many Tamil Language competitions. In addition he was also an Executive Committee member of the 15th House Council and together with the rest of his committee was responsible for the organisation and execution of major College functions such as National Day celebrations, Sports Day and Graduation Night. As student leader he was selected to act as a facilitator at the prestigious SG 50 Pre-University Seminar in 2015, and also participated in a residential student leadership programme – Chrysalis. He offered Tamil Language and Literature (A), Chemistry (A), Mathematics (B) and Biology (B) at H2, and General Paper (A) and Project Work (A) at H1. Arunachalam has clearly demonstrated the it is possible to balance academics with a healthy co-curricular schedule and is a fine example of an all-rounded Saint.

Nur Adli Iqbal B Mahadir was the Vice-Captain of the Gomes House Council where he headed several key committees that helped organize major College events such as Sports Day and Graduation Night. He also served as the Vice-President of the Malay Cultural Society in which capacity he organized a show case of entertainment for Teachers’ Day. Despite these already heavy commitments Iqbal was also part of the College Rugby Team that placed 1st and 2nd in the National A Division Rugby Championships in 2014 and 2015 respectively. His effectiveness and responsibility as a student leader extended to his contribution to the community as a Saints Activist where he was part of the College Student Government that was tasked with finding ways to improve the College environment. Constantly striving for excellence in everything he undertook Iqbal is the epitome of the Servant Leader Saint who leads by example.  Iqbal offered Chemistry (B), Mathematics (A) and Economics (A) at H2, and General Paper (C), Project Work (B) and History (A) at H1. A role-model for his peers, his positive and responsible attitude saw him awarded the Exemplary Character Award in 2015.

We would like to place on record our thanks to all those who have contributed to the success of our students. We especially thank the Board of Governors and all staff of the College, and finally we give thanks to God from whom all our blessings flow.

Up and On!

ST ANDREW’S CELEBRATES “ALL-ROUNDERS” OF THE 2014 GCE “A” LEVEL EXAMINATIONS!

A total of 752 students sat for the examinations held in Nov 2014 with 94.5% of them achieving at least 3H2 passes including GP.  This maintains the upward trend the College has seen in recent years.
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We are proud of ALL our students. While we cannot highlight them all we have chosen these Saints below as the epitomes the Saint Spirit and student. They have done us proud not just with their results but because they represent the very best qualities of exemplary Saints demonstrating their ability to balance both academics and co-curricular activities.

Bervyn Goh Yu Fen (13S20) epitomises the best of the Saints’ Spirit.  As Captain of the Boys’ Football Team, he led his team to the finals of the 2014 National Inter-Schools “A” Division Football Competition garnering a hard-fought Silver for the College.  In the process he was awarded the “Man of the Match” Award for the “A” Division final. Bervyn demonstrated his ability to lead himself and his peers – a student-leader who inspired.  In the course of his time in College Bervyn was awarded the SAJC Colours Award, received the SAJC Servant Leadership Scholarship and an award for Exemplary Character for his unwavering encouragement of his team mates and for his personal example as an individual of character and drive. Bervyn was also a Saints Activist leading his classmates on learning journeys to broaden their understanding of how their community works. Bervyn has achieved As in H2 Mathematics and H2 Physics, and a B for H2 Economics.  He also achieved As for H1 History and Project Work, and a C for the General Paper. He has shown clearly that Saints both learn and play with determination.

Leonard Lim Kian Hui (13S07) represented the College in a nationwide singing competition Campus Superstar in 2013 where he was one of the top four finalists.  Leonard was a highly motivated student who enjoyed the challenge of his course of study. Regardless of his demands of performance he demonstrated resilience as a self-directed learner who had the right attitudes and good habits of working towards continual improvement not only of himself but for the community at large. He was an Executive Member of the SAJC Dance Society but also took part in a Medical Work Shadowing programme and still managed to initiate and helm a fund raising project for the victims of typhoon Haiyan. He was committed to excellence in whatever he undertook.   Leonard offered Physics (A), Chemistry (A) and Mathematics (A) at H2, and General Paper (C), Project Work (B) and Economics (A) at H1.

Samuel Koh Gian Yang (13S13) was Captain of the Rugby Team in 2013 and 2014, and was also Captain of the Singapore Under-Eighteen National Squad in 2014.  As Rugby Captain he led his team to Victory in the Police Cup National Inter-School Championship in 2013, and in the Kiwi Cup in 2013 and 2014. His contributions to Rugby earned Samuel the National Colours Award in 2013 and the College Colours Award in 2014.  An intelligent and motivated student who needed little guidance in his studies Samuel also represented the College in the Singapore Mathematics Olympiad as well as the Australian Maths Competition showing clearly that his determination and focus were not simply on the rugby playing field. Samuel offered Chemistry (A), Biology (A) and Mathematics (A) at H2 level, and General Paper (D), Project Work (B) and Economics (A) at H1 level.   He is a credit as a well-rounded Saint.

Evan Mok Ken Han (13S13) was Vice-President of the Saints Advocates and worked with many external welfare organisations to plan and execute College Service Learning Activities as well as organise  the Saints Advocate Team Building and Overseas Community Involvement Programme Selection Camps.   In addition he participated in leadership activities such as the Student Leadership Residential Programme and the Student Leaders’ Summit, and was himself involved in a 14-Day OCIP trip to Vietnam.  In all he undertook Evan showed commendable motivation and always aimed for excellence. However, he did not let his duties distract him from academic work demonstrating perseverance and determination in this arena too. Evan offered Chemistry (A), Mathematics (A) and Biology (B) at H2, and General Paper (B), Project Work (B) and Economics (A) at H1. He is a role model for his fellow Saints exemplifying resilience and perseverance, and for this was awarded the Exemplary Character Award in 2014.

Fiona Mei Robinson (13A07) was an invaluable member of the College Netball Team. The team’s Goal Shooter, she was also a member of the team’s Executive Committee and in this position was instrumental in leading the team through the National “A” Division Championships. She was an excellent role model for her peers demonstrating how a heavy CCA commitment could be balanced along with a determined and disciplined attitude to academics. Fiona offered Literature in English (A), Mathematics (A) and Economics (A) at H2, and General Paper (A), Project Work (A) and Geography (A) at H1.

Ian Teo Tze-Rong (13A08) was chosen to be part of the Singapore Geography Olympiad Team representing Singapore at the 10th International Geography Olympiad held in Kyoto, Japan in 2013. The team won third place but Ian was awarded a Gold Medal at the individual level ranking eight internationally.  Ian represented the College at the Youth Dialogue on Climate Change organized by the National Trades Union Congress and was also part of the SAJC Model United Nations. Ian had an unwavering determination to pursue whatever he undertook with a view to success - an example to his fellow Saints of a self-directed learner who is committed to excellence.  Ian offered Geography (A), Mathematics (A) and Economics (A) and Physics (A) at H2, and General Paper (A), and Project Work (A) at H1.

We would like to place on record our thanks to all those who have contributed to the success of our students. We especially thank the Board of Governors and all staff of the College, and finally we give thanks to God from whom all our blessings flow.

Up and On!

SAJC Celebrates the 2013 A-Level Results


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A total of 786 students sat for the examinations held in Nov 2013 with 94.8% of them achieving at least 3H2 passes including GP. St Andrew's Junior College is pleased to announce that this continues an upward trend of achievement.

We are proud of ALL our students and though we cannot highlight them all we have chosen these Saints as the epitomes of the Saint Spirit and student. They have done us proud not just with their results but because they represent the very best qualities of exemplary Saints demonstrating their ability to balance both their academics and their co-curricular activities.

Nathaniel Loh (12A07) epitomises the positive spirit of a Saint. As the President of the 35th Student Council, Nathaniel demonstrated his ability to lead himself, his peers and the College, a student-leader who inspired others to better themselves. Nathaniel's sound judgment, strong convictions and unwavering moral gumption made him an exceptional leader. In recognition of these qualities and his contribution to the College, Nathaniel was shortlisted for the National Young Leader Award (NYLA). Nathaniel was also a leader with a heart - participating in the Youth Leaders' Summit in 2012, where, working together with other student-leaders from Southeast Asia, he visited several nursing homes for the elderly to better understand the government's efforts to tackle the issue of a greying population. Nathaniel was also chosen as a student representative to share his views with the Ministry of Education (MOE) on how Civics and Moral Education lessons are conducted in schools contributing to MOE’s eventual refinement of the current syllabus. Nathaniel heart for those around him was a quality demonstrated when he led the Student Council on a seven-day Overseas Community Involvement Programme (OCIP) trip to Cambodia. By eagerly participating in the activities and rallying his fellow councillors to do the same, Nathaniel gained a more nuanced understanding of what it meant to be a student-leader. A true community builder, Nathaniel was passionate about the needs of the larger community he was part of, and championed the task of equipping youths with skills that empower them. To this end, he even dedicated his personal time to mentor his Secondary School juniors.Nathaniel has achieved As for General Paper and Project Work at H1 and English Literature at H2. He has achieved Bs for H1 Mathematics and H2 History and Economics. He is Saint for others to emulate.

Gabriel Teo Guan Kai (12S10) was Captainof the College Boys’ Soccer Team. Gabriel was a highly motivated student who enjoyed the challenge of his course of study. Regardless of his demanding position as Captain Gabriel demonstrated resilience and managed to perform well in school. .A self-directed learner who had the right attitudes and good habits of working towards continual improvement, he was committed to excellence in whatever he undertook.  As soccer captain, he led by example on and off field. He organised extra training sessions to ensure the team was ready for the season. Gabriel was also seen as a role model in the way he balanced his academic and football commitments. He organised study sessions for the team which were fundamental in helping his entire team pass the Promotional Exams. It was so successful that in the beginning of his second year, Gabriel gave a speech to the entire cohort to highlight his study strategies sharing his time management skills. A servant leader, Gabriel led by example and often influenced his classmates and teammates to make them feel valued by watching out for their well-being. He regularly sent his peers encouraging text messages and radiated enthusiasm about school life.Gabriel offered General Paper (B), Project Work (A) and Geography (A) at H1 and Physics (A), Chemistry (A) and Mathematics (A) at H2.

Er Xue Hui (12S06) was Assistant Head Photographer of the College. She was an intelligent and motivated student who needed little guidance in her studies performing well enough to be on the school's academic Honours Roll and even receiving Book Prize in the China Studies in English.  As the Assistant Chief Photographer of the SAJC Photography Society, Xue Hui effectively lead her members in recording major College events and functions. In recognition of her dedication and significant contributions to her CCA, she was presented the SAJC Service Award for Clubs and Societies.  Xue Hui also actively looked for pportunities to develop herself. When selected by the school to be in the SAJC Talent Development Programme, she accepted the challenge and participated enthusiastically in the workshops and social and cultural exposure trips that were organised for its participants. She submitted her Photography portfolio for competition and was selected to attend a renowned photography workshop limited to the top 10 participants. She also presented her works to the public at a local community library.  On the academic front, Xue Hui chose to challenge herself in several Information Technology competitions, such as the National Olympiads in Informatics and Defence Science and Technology Agency Cyber Defenders Camp. Offering General Paper (A), Project Work (A) and China Studies in English (A) at H1 level, and Computing (A), Physics (A) and Mathematics (A) at H2 level, she is a credit as a well-rounded Saint.

RochelleYap Yi Xin (12A01) was Romanis House Captain a position that entailed her spearheading many College activities including the College's Sports Day, Inter-House Games and the National Day celebrations as well as the annual Cross Country and House Leader's Camp. In all she undertook Rochelle showed commendable motivation and always aimed for excellence. However, she did not let her Council duties distract her from academic work demonstrating perseverance and determination in this arena too by taking charge of her learning to design a personalised schedule for revision Rochelle was also instrumental in raising more than $4,000 for St Andrew's Autism Centre showing that her commitment to her community extended to those less fortunate members as well.Rochelle offered General Paper (A), Project Work (B) and English Literature (B) at H1, and History (A), Mathematics(A) and Economics (B) at H2. She is a role model for her fellow Saints exemplifying resilience and perseverance.   

We would like to place on record our thanks to all those who have contributed to the success of our students. We especially thank the Board of Governors and all staff of the College, and finally we give thanks to God from whom all our blessings flow.

Up and On !

BEST RESULTS EVER AS ST ANDREW’S CONTINUES EVER UPWARD IN THE 2012 GCE 'A' LEVEL EXAMINATIONS !


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A total of 724 students sat for the examinations held in Nov 2012 with 94.2% of them achieving at least 3H2 passes including GP. St Andrew's Junior College is pleased to announce that this continues an upward trend of achievement.

We are proud of ALL our students and though we cannot highlight them all we have chosen these four in particular as the epitomes of the Saint Spirit and student. They have done us proud not just with their results but because they represent the very best qualities of exemplary Saints.

Hargaven Singh Gill (11S18) is a true blue Saint who has been in St Andrew’s since Junior School, He was selected to join the Science Scholarship Programme allowing him to pursue his interest in Science by exposing him to enrichment activities and learning journeys, as well as an overseas immersion trip to London. He was always among the top of the cohort at every major examination and his peers respected him as someone who was able to balance the rigorous demands of the academic workload and the heavy commitment in his co-curricular activity. Hargaven was the Captain of the College’s Rugby team. He possessed charisma and a quiet confidence which earned the respect of his team mates as he led the team to retain the Kiwi Cup championship title and a third placing in the National Inter-school Rugby Championships: Police Cup Under-20 finals. He was awarded the Colours Award for his contributions to Rugby in 2012. Hargaven’s success can be attributed to his dedication to put in his utmost best in everything he does. His passion and loyalty to St. Andrew’s Village and to rugby is admirable. In spite of all his achievements in school, he remained a humble student and was always ready to lend a helping hand to others. He often helped his classmates who were weaker at grasping concepts by volunteering to stay back after school to teach them.

Hargaven has a perfect score of 90 rank points achieving straight As for his subjects which included General Paper and project Work at H1 and Mathematics, Economics, Chemistry and Physics at H2. Hargaveen also offer a H3 in Game Theory.

Muhammad Isa Zain Bin Haji S A Z (11S09) was consistently in top 5% of his cohort earning himself a place on the Honours Roll for nearly every major College examination from JC1 onward. His consistent academic performance was achieved despite his commitment to his CCA which was cricket where took third Placing in A Division Cricket Championship in 2012. He was also his civics groups’ Service Learning Representative helping organize a variety of community involvement projects which were accomplished well. He took his responsibility very seriously and would give his time generously to ensure that everything was well organized. Activities were well planned and executed to ensure success. To achieve that, Isa had a strong sense of team work. His enthusiasm was often infectious, which spurred others to be cooperative.  Isa has achieved a credible 87.50 rank points out of a total possibility of 90. He offered General Paper (B), Project Work (B) and Geography (A) at H1 and Physics (A), Chemistry (A) and Mathematics (A) at H2.

Clement Chan (11S12) was a dedicated member of the Basketball Team passionate about training. He demonstrated leadership qualities consistently.  During his time in College Clement experienced a major physical injury that impeded not only his ability to move from venue to venue for his subjects but also interrupted his basketball training. Despite this, he was chosen by his coach and teachers to become the Captain of the Basketball Team because of his exemplary attitude, and was also selected as a member of the National Youth Basketball Team. He was not only an example for his team mates on the basketball court, he also earned the respect of his peers in College with his excellent conduct and willingness to help. Clement achieved a credible 83.7 rank points in the 2012 A level examinations despite the physical difficulties he underwent and despite having missed major examinations in J2 because he was representing Singapore in overseas Basketball competitions. He offered General Paper (C), Project Work (B)and Economics (A) at H1, and Chemistry (A), Mathematics(A) and Biology (A) at H2. He is a role model for his fellow Saints exemplifying resilience and perseverance in the face of physical hardship. 

Poh Jing Hui (11S08) was Vice-Captain of the College’s Canoeing Team, representing the College in the National School’s Canoeing Competitions, National Inter-School Canoeing Competitions as well as Canoeing Marathons, the Standard Chartered Canoeing Marathon and other competitions such as the National Women’s Canoeing Championship (in which she attained a gold medal). In all these competitions she achieved either a 1st place position or was among the top 4. Jinghui’s is a story of resilience, as she was seriously stricken with a viral fever in the middle of the year impacting on her performance during the mid year Block Tests. She had intermittent fever during 2 weeks before her first paper (GP) after which she was hospitalized for more than a week. During her hospitalization, she experienced a intermittent unconsciousness and had problems recognizing people. When discharged she had short term memory loss. However Jinghui did not allow this setback to deter her and persevered and caught up on her work in preparation for Prelims. Offering General Paper (B), Project Work (B) and History (C) at H1 level, and Chemistry (B), Physics (D) and Mathematics (B) at H2 level Jing Hui achieved a creditable 72.5 rank point despite her debilitating illness.  She is a credit to the Saints Spirit.

We would like to place on record our thanks to all those who have contributed to the success of our students. We especially thank the Board of Governors and all staff of the College, and finally we give thanks to God from whom all our blessings flow.

Up and On !

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SAJC CELEBRATES THE 2011 A LEVEL RESULTS

St Andrew's Junior College is pleased to announce the results of the 2011 A level examinations.

A total of 743 students sat for the examinations held in Nov 2011.

Muhammad Adam B Muhammad LL has topped the College in the A level examinations. He is the top Science student and also the College’s top Chinese student.  Muhammad achieved distinctions in H2 Economics, H2 Mathematics, H2 Physics and H2 Chemistry as well as a H3 distinction for Economics. He scored As for General Paper and for Project Work. During his time in College Muhammad epitomized academic excellence while at the same time actively involving himself in College life as a committed member of the Student Council of which he was a member of the Executive Committee. For his commitment and contributions to College life Muhammad was awarded the College’s Service Award in 2011.

The College’s top Arts student is Andy Chee Wei Yi.  He achieved distinctions in H2 Economics, Mathematics and History. In addition he scored distinctions for General Paper, H1 Physics and for Project Work.  During his time at SAJC, Andy was an active member of College’s Interact Club and was also committed to community service, volunteering time with the Lion’s Befriender’s Home for the Elderly in Boon Keng

The College’s top Indian student is Ayush Kumar Pacheriwala. Ayush scored distinctions for General Paper, H2 Economics, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry and achieved an A for his Project Work. Not only was he committed to academic excellence but Ayush was also during his time in College an active member of the House Council. In addition he was also a member of the College’s SYF entry for Drama achieving a Gold award in the production. He also served on the College Cricket Tea, as Secretary and represented the College in numerous tournaments during his two years at SAJC.  

The College’s top Malay student is Nur Syazana Puteri Bte Asmuni. Syazana achieved distinctions in Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. In addition she scored As for General Paper, H1 Economics and Project Work. While in College, Sayazana was actively involved in the Concert Band taking part in the SYF, for which she was awarded a Gold, as well as numerous other concerts locally and internationally.

The top Eurasian student of the College is Hedger Darren Christopher. Darren achieved distinctions for H1 Economics and as well as for H2 Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. In addition he achieved a B for General Paper and Project Work. An active member of the Soccer team, Darren was also Team Captain. His leadership of the team as well as his sportsmanship won Darren College Colours for his contributions.

We would also like to take this opportunity to highlight the achievements of some students who have done us proud with their results and who epitomize for us  well-rounded Saint and the College’s indomitable spirit.

Samantha Chua Enyi was President of the Student Council and was instrumental in organizing many of the College’s major functions. Her determination and enthusiasm for the College and her responsibility in discharging her duties saw her awarded the College’s Service Award. Despite her heavy schedule Samantha achieved an A for General Paper and Bs for H1 Mathematics and H2 English Literature, History, Economics and History.  She also scored a B for Project Work.

Nathaniel Quek Xin Ern was President of Saints Advocate, a new student leadership CCA that initiates community service projects. For his contributions he received the College Service Award. Nathaniel achieved distinctions for General Paper as well as H1 Economics and Project Work, and H2 Chemistry, Physics and Biology.

Tan Zhi Yi and Kwa Ai Teng are both recipients of National Colours Awards having represented Singapore internationally in the Asean Schools Competitions for Tennis and Ten-pin Bowling respectively.  Zhi Yi achieved a B for General Paper and H2 Economics and Distinctions for H2 Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. He also attained an A for Project Work. Ai Teng achieved Distinctions for H1 Geography and H2 Chemistry and Mathematics as well as a B for H2 Physics and Project Work.

St Andrew's Junior College would like to congratulate all its students who have received their results today, and place on record our thanks to all those who have contributed to their success especially their tutors. And finally we give thanks to God from whom all our blessings flow.

2010 Project Work Results Reach a New High !


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SAJC is pleased to announce 96% of Saints in the 2010 cohort have achieved As & Bs for their Project Work.

These results affirm the processes that the College has put in place to encourage Saints to be creative in their ideas for PW.

The College would like to place on record our thanks to the dedicated teachers who have engaged and challenged our Saints to deliver interesting and meaningful projects. Their continual feedback to students on their projects together with on-going training and support they received as supervising tutors are among the reasons for this year’s impressive performance.

The College will continue to refine its approaches to PW to ensure that succeeding cohorts will reap the benefits of SAJC’s commitment to excellence.

And finally we thank God from whom all our blessings flow!

SAJC CELEBRATES THE 2010 A LEVEL RESULTS

St Andrew's Junior College is pleased to announce the results of the 2010 A level examinations. A total of 760 students sat for the examinations held in Nov 2010.

We are pleased to highlight two subjects which have done exceptionally well.  This is English Literature which achieved 72.3% distinctions at H2 level and History with 50% distinctions at H2.

Vinay Panday has topped the College in the A level examinations. He is the top Science student and also the College’s top Indian student.  Vinay achieved distinctions in H2 Economics, H2 Mathematics, H2 Physics and H2 Chemistry. He scored As for General Paper and achieved a Merit for H3 Organic Synthesis and Mechanism. During his time in College Vinay epitomized academic excellence while at the same time actively involving himself in College life as a President of the Environment Club. Under his leadership the Club received the Lotus Award for Sustained Achievement in Environmental awareness.

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The College’s top Arts student is Kok Weng Keong.  He achieved distinctions in H2 Economics, History and English Literature. In addition he scored distinctions for General Paper and H1 Mathematics. Weng Keong was an active member of the Youth Ambassadors, a CCA specially dedicated to the 2010 Youth Olympic Games. He was also heavily involved in community service contributing significantly to the National Youth EnvriOlympics which was organised by the People’s Association Youth Movement.

The College is pleased to announce that this year we have 4 top Chinese students. They are Josef Low Jr, Novia Ng Pei Yan, Benjamin Toh Kun Hao and Esther Yong Jia Shi.

Josef Low took in addition to General Paper, Physics, Chemistry, Economics and Mathematics at H2.  For all these subjects he received distinctions.  Josef was actively involved in campus life. He participated actively in soccer for which he represented the College. He was also a member of the Youth Flying Club.

Novia achieved As for General Paper as well as her H2 subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Economics and Mathematics. She was an active member of the College Volleyball team which clinched a silver and gold respectively in the 2009 and 22010 Under-19 National Junior Volleyball Championships. In addition she was active in numerous academic competitions and Olympiads during her time in College.

Benjamin  achieved straight As for General Paper as well as his H2 subjects of Chemistry, Biology, Economics and Mathematics. He was an active participant of academic competitions and Olympiads during his time in College as well as section leader in the College’s Guitar Ensemble.

Esther received As for General Paper as well as H2 Chemistry, Biology, Economics and Mathematics. She was Treasurer of the Student Council and was also active in community service.

The College also has two top Malay students. They are Mohamad Farid Fadzil B Fauzi and Norhayati Bte Idros. Mohamad Farid achieved Bs for General Paper and H1 Biology as well as for H2 Physics and Malay Language and Literature. He received an A for H2 Mathematics. Mohamad was valuable member of the College Rugby team. He was also active in many College activities including traveling to Japan for Cultural immersion and the United Kingdom on a study trip for Biology. In addition he also participated in a work attachment to the Marine Department of Toll Logistics. Norhayati achieved Bs for H1 General Paper, H1 Mathematics and H2 Economics and Malay Language and Literature. She received an A for H2 History. During her time in College Norhayati was active in community service helping organize her class’ Service Learning Projects over tow years, and participating in a work attachment to Mercy Relief a volunteer welfare organization.

Amy Pryke Ch’ En is the College’s top Eurasian student.  Amy achieved As for General Paper and Project Work and As for her H2 subjects of History, English Literature and Economics. She also received an A for H1 Mathematics. As President of the Drama Club, Amy was instrumental in the Club’s achievement of Gold in the 2010 Singapore Youth Festival Drama Competition.

We would also like to take this opportunity to highlight the achievements of some students who have done us proud with their results and who we feel represent the all-rounded Saint.

Natalie Natasha Sim Shan Ting was President of the Youth Ambassadors, a CCA that was especially formed for the 2010 Youth Olympic Games. Despite the many YOG activities and her participation in the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Games proper Natalie has achieved a B for General Paper, C for H1 Economics, Bs for H2 History and Mathematics as well as an A for English Literature.

Clara Poon YiYing was House Captain of the Arts Faculty as well as Captain of the Girl’s Water Polo Team. Despite her heavy CCA commitments, Clara has achieved an A for General Paper, a C for H1 Chemistry, an A for H2 Geography as well as a B for H2 Economics and C for H2 Mathematics.

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We are proud of ALL our students and though we cannot highlight them all have chosen these three in particular as the epitomes of the Saint Spirit and student.

St Andrew's Junior College would like to congratulate all its students who have received their results today, and place on record our thanks to all those who have contributed to their success especially their tutors.

And finally we give thanks to God from whom all our blessings flow.