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General Questions

Q : Does Anglican High School offer the six-year Integrated Programme?
A : No. Anglican High offers a holistic quality 4-year programme leading to the GCE ‘O’ Levels                        examinations, with most of our students achieving stellar ‘O’ Level results which provided                        them the passport to qualify for the more popular Junior Colleges. In the four years of                             education in Anglican High, your child’s learning will be stretched through the different                            programmes that build up their 21st Century Competencies enabling them to be future-ready. 

Q : What is a typical school day like for a secondary one student?
A : School begins at 745am and ends around 130pm daily except on Wednesday. There will be a                     recess break on these days. For Wednesday, school will begin at 745am and end at 315pm and                 they will have a recess and lunch break.  

Q : How many CCAs are there in AHS? Is it compulsory for students to join at least one CCA in                    the school?
A : There are 25 CCAs in the Sports, Performing Arts, Uniformed Groups and Clubs. CCAs are an                     integral part of our students’ holistic education. Through CCA, students discover their  interests                 and talents while developing values and competencies that will prepare them for a rapidly                        changing world. CCA also promotes friendships among students from diverse backgrounds as                     they learn, play and grow together. Participation in CCA fosters social integration and deepens                 students’ sense of belonging, commitment and sense of responsibility to school, community                     and nation.

Q : What is the nearest MRT Station to the school? What are the bus services available? 
A : Anglican High School is served by a number of bus services. They are 2, 9, 12, 14, 24, 31, 35,                    38 and 45. Tanah Merah MRT Station is the train station that is nearest to the school. 

Admission-related questions

Q : What is the cut-off point for Anglican High School?
A : The cut-off point varies year by year. Anglican High School is a choice school with 10 full                         secondary one classes every year. For enquires, please call the school at 6241 4866. 

Q : Does the cut-off point include the Higher Chinese (HCL) scores? 
A : Yes. The cut-off point for Anglican High includes the bonus points for HCL as Anglican High is a                 Special-Assistance Plan (SAP) school. 

Q : Can students offering other Mother Tongue languages apply to the school?
A : No. Anglican High School is a Special-Assistance Plan (SAP) school. All students enrolled must                    offer Higher Chinese/ Chinese 

Q : Anglican High School is a mission school. Does that mean that all students must be                                Christians?
A : No. Our students come from diverse background and religion. All MOE schools are secular                         schools. Anglican High School is a mission school grounded on Christian beliefs and values. 

Q : Does Anglican High have affiliation with any other institutions?
A : Anglican High School is affiliated to Saint Andrew Junior College (SAJC). Secondary 4 graduands                 have 2 bonus points for entry to SAJC.

Higher Chinese Eligibility

Q : Can I get my child to offer Higher Chinese as an examination subject in Anglican High?
A : Students posted to Anglican High can offer Higher Chinese as an examinable subject if they are                 given a Higher Chinese eligibility letter by Ministry of Education. As a SAP school, Anglican High                 School strives to give all our students a bicultural educational experience.

Q : Can my child offer Higher Chinese if he/she is not given a letter by MOE?
A : Your child will be assessed on his/her performance in Chinese in secondary one. If he/she has                 done exceptionally well in the mother tongue, he/she will be offered to do Higher Chinese in                    secondary two with the recommendation from his/her Mother Tongue teacher.