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Singapore’s Top Junior Colleges In 2016 – Ranked By Cut-Off Point

Thinking Of Going To Junior College? Following the release of the GCE O-level results on Wednesday (Jan 11), the question looming over everyone’s head will be — where do they go from here? To offer some guidance to those thinking of enrolling in a junior college, here’s a list of Singapore’s top...

Polytechnic And ITE School Fees To Go Up From 2019

As much as $100 more.

NUS, NP Students Under Fire For Lewd Camp Activities; From Stripping To Lap Dances

Not The First Time Students Have Been Disciplined Over Inappropriate Games Stripping in the sea and doing sexually suggestive lap dances are not activities that students normally participate in. But some National University of Singapore (NUS) and Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) students didn't quite get the memo. On 4 June, students at...

Father Gets Jailed After Attacking Son’s Alleged Bully & Breaking His Ribs

Violence doesn't solve anything.

NTU Scholar Found Dead Under Hall Block, Cause Of Death Unconfirmed

Death befalls Pulau NTU again A year 4 student from China studying in the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) was found dead on the ground floor of Hall 10 (Block 51) on Sunday (7 June). She had been living on the 3rd floor of the...

S’porean Teens From ‘Top Schools’ Increasingly Seeking Help At IMH To Cope With Stress

There's less of a stigma to seek help now.

Ex-Adam Khoo Students Reveal The Sacrifices Of Elite Education In Singapore

Is Singapore's education landscape getting too competitive?

13 Singaporean Schools You Never Knew Were Formed From Mergers

More mergers will materialise come 2016 Following Singapore’s declining fertility rate, some schools face enrolment numbers so small they aren’t even enough to fill a class. As such, some face the inevitable fate of being erased from the school directory – forever. Others merge with another school, and new schools...

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