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Overviews

Anglican House welcomed its first student residents in 1983. Throughout these years, Anglican House provides a conducive and friendly environment for all its boarders and seeks to improve its facilities. Hostel life gives students the opportunity to experience independent living, while allowing for close interactions with other boarders. Our hostel wardens and mentors work to create a close-knit family culture by providing strong personal support for our boarders.

Our Objectives

• To offer a conducive environment for academic pursuit;
• To present learning opportunities for all-rounded character development;
• To ensure a warm and friendly atmosphere for communal living;
• To allow opportunities for spiritual development through the school’s chaplain, teachers and wardens; and
• To provide quality personal care and guidance

Contact Us

If you have any queries, you may reach us via one of the following modes:
Email: admin@anglicanhouse.com
Tel: (65) 6442 1616
Fax: (65) 6448 8642

Location

Address: Anglican House, Anglican High School, 600 Upper Changi Road, Singapore 487012.
Nearest MRT station: Tanah Merah MRT
Buses: Nos. 2, 9, 12, 14, 24, 31, 35, 38 and 45

Application Form

Please click here to download the application form.

Fees

Accommodation Types and Rates

Long-term stay (by school terms or weeks):
CategoryHostel FeesIncluded in Hostel FeesNot included in the hostel fees
Secondary School and JC Students
Secondary and JC boarders
$1890/term (10 weeks)
- A 2-bedded room with en suite bathroom or 6-bedded room with a communal bathroom.
- Provision of meals.
- Usage of common facilities.
- Laundry service.
- One-time registration fee of $200/person for new applicants.
- $400 refundable deposits.
- Wifi fee/calendar year: $200.
- Air-conditioning: payable according to usage at $0.50/kWh.
- Extra $13/day will be charged for boarder who applies to stay alone in 2 bedded-room.

Anglican High School Students (Singaporean or PR only) $1620/term (10 weeks, Monday to Friday only)- A 2-bedded room with en suite bathroom or 6-bedded room with a communal bathroom.
- Daily provision of breakfast and dinner from Monday to Friday.
- Usage of common facilities.
- One-time registration fee of $200/person for new applicants.
- $400 refundable deposits.
- Wifi fee/calendar year:$200.
- Air-conditioning: payable according to usage at $0.50/kWh.
- Extra $13/day (inclusive of Sat and Sun) will be charged for boarder who applies to stay alone in 2 bedded-room.

Polytechnics, University & Postgraduate Students
Polytechnics, University & Postgraduate Students  Mini Stay: 10 Weeks $200/person/week for single room
OR
$105/person/week for twin-sharing room
 - A 2-bedded room with en suite bathroom for one person.
- Usage of common facilities.
- One-time registration fee of $50/person for new applicants.
- $400 refundable deposits.
- Wifi fee: $5/week (optional).
- Air-conditioning: payable according to usage at $0.50/kWh.
- Meals are not provided.

 Mini Stay: 15 Weeks $190/person/week for single room
OR
$100/person/week for twin-sharing room
- A 2-bedded room with en suite bathroom for two persons.
- Usage of common facilities.
- One-time registration fee of $50/person for new applicants.
- $400 refundable deposits.
- Wifi fee: $5/week (optional).
- Air-conditioning: payable according to usage at $0.50/kWh.
- Meals are not provided.









































Ad hoc stay:
CategoryPackage TypeGroupIndividualRemarks
Students
Ex-boarders/ College Students/ Polytechnic Students/ undergraduates
- 2-bedded
- Free usage of common facilities

- 4-bedded
- Free usage of common facilities

- 6-bedded
- Free usage of common facilities
$60/ room/ day


$90/ room/ day


$100/ room/ day
$30/ person/ day


$25/ person/ day


$20/ person/ day

Stay of more than 2 weeks:
- 30% discount of total accommodation fees is given.
- One-time registration fees of $20/ person.
- Air-conditioning (optional): $6/person/day in 2-bedded room OR $4/person/day in 4-bedded room or 6-bedded room.
- Wifi fee: $5/week (1-7 days).
- Free usage of washing machine.
- Bedsheet, pillowcase and blanket are provided.
     
Visitors
Parents/ Guests
- A 2-bedded room with en suite bathroom for two persons

- A 4-bedded room with en suite bathroom
$70/ room/ day


$120/ room/ day
N.A



N.A 
- Free usage of air-conditioning.
- Free Wifi access.
Pastors - A 2-bedded or 4 bedded room with en suite bathroom
$40/ room/ dayN.A - Free usage of air-conditioning.
- Free Wifi access.
Anglican Church Camp - 2-bedded, 4 bedded or 6-bedded aircon room -$22/ person/ day
- Meeting room for 40 persons: $10/hour.
- Free Wifi access.
Non-Anglican Church Camp - 2-bedded, 4 bedded or 6-bedded aircon room
-$22/ person/ day
- Meeting room for 40 persons: $10/hour.
- Free Wifi access.

































Payment Methods
  • Full payment must be made when checking in to the hostel.
  • A non-refundable registration fee of $20/$50/$200 and a deposit of $400 are required for new applicant. The deposit will be refunded when the boarder leaves the hostel.
  • A reminder will be sent for late payment of fees---7 days after the invoice is issued. $30 will be levied for each reminder sent.
  • Fees paid are non-refundable.
  • Payment can be made via Cash, Cheque or Electronic Fund Transfer.
Cheque must be made payable to: Anglican High School Co-op Account
      Internet banking or telegraphic transfer:
      Name of bank: United Overseas Bank Ltd
      Bank Address: Head Office, PO Box 628
                            UOB Plaza, 80 Raffles Place
                            Singapore 048624
      Name of Account: Anglican High School Co-op Account
      A/C No: 301-350-977-6
      Swift Code: UOVBSGSG
      Note: Overseas and local bank charges are to be paid by payer.

  • Boarders have to pay for the use of air-conditioning in their rooms at the end of every month or before leaving the hostel, at a rate of $0.50 per kilowatt hour. A meter installed outside each room will determine the amount used. Anglican House reserves the right to revise the rate by giving one month’s notice.
  • Charges for photocopying and printing services: $0.20/page for black and white printing and $2-$5 for colour printing.
  • A surcharge of $15/calendar month will be imposed on having additional appliances such as a mini-refrigerator in the room. Such appliances have to be registered with and approved by the hostel office prior to installation. For such approved installation, boarders shall be responsible for its repair and its removal upon checking-out.
  • Request to re-issue of cheque will be charged $50/cheque.


Services


Meal Provision
Meals are only provided to secondary school and JC boarders who are on Long- term stay.

Meals Schedule

Meals Schedule during Term Time
MealsMonday - FridaySaturdaySunday/Public Holiday
BreakfastYesYesYes
Lunch-YesYes
Dinner YesYes







Meals Schedule during School Holidays
MealsMonday - FridaySaturdaySunday/Public Holiday
BreakfastYesYesYes
LunchYesYesYes
Dinner YesYes







  • Dinner is provided the day before the start of each term(Sunday) and not provided on the last day of the term (Saturday).
  • If meals are not provided as scheduled, boarders will be informed accordingly and given refunds for meals missed. However, no refunds will be given if boarders miss the meals due to their personal reasons.

Laundry Service
  • Only applicable for Secondary School and JC boarders who are on long term- stay.
  • Laundry service is provided every alternate day, three times per week.
  • Each boarder is allowed to wash a maximum of 28 pieces per week.
  • Items that can be washed: shirts, skirts, pants, bed sheets, towels, underwear (for male students only).
  • Washing machine is available in the hostel but no boarder is allowed to use it after 11pm.


Rules & Regulations


1 CONDUCT

1.1 Boarders shall at all times respect the rights and privacy of other residents.
1.11 Noise level should be kept to a minimum.
1.12 Boarders residing in a shared room are only allowed to entertain their visitors in the common areas (e.g. infotainment room).
1.13 Boarders are strictly prohibited from accommodating any non-residents in the room after curfew hours.
1.14 Boarders are strictly prohibited from entering the room of opposite gender or allowing friends of opposite gender to enter their room.
1.15 Boarders shall not trespass into another resident’s room or any area of the hostel which they are not authorized to enter.
1.16 Boarders are prohibited from sleeping in the common areas (eg. TV room).
1.17 Boarders are to be appropriately attired when in the common areas.

1.2 Boarders shall at all times respect the hostel staff and mentors.
1.21 Boarders shall attend all briefings and meetings when notified by the hostel office.

1.3 Boarders are prohibited from engaging in conduct which poses a threat to the rights or well-being of other person.
1.31 Gambling, smoking, consumption of alcohol and habit-forming drugs as well as anti-social behaviours such as spitting and littering are strictly prohibited in the hostel.
1.32 Solicitation, sale or promotion of any goods or services or any political or social cause within the Hostel are strictly prohibited.
1.33 Activities at the hostel contravening the laws of Singapore are prohibited.
1.34 The possession of undesirable print or non-print materials, which are deemed unsuitable to be in the possession of boarders, is prohibited.
1.35 Secondary school boarders are not allowed to use their laptops in their rooms after 11pm. JC and university students are exempted from this rule.
1.36 Anglican High School boarders are not allowed to return to the hostel during curriculum time including recesses.
1.37 Boarders are strictly prohibited from entering the school compound after school operating hours. This excludes the Friday sports sessions, whereby access to the sporting facilities is allowed.
1.38 Boarders who persistently violate the Rules and Regulations of the hostel will be asked to leave the hostel with deposit and balance of hostel fees forfeited.


2 COMMUNAL SAFETY

2.1 Boarders are prohibited from activating, without reasonable cause, fire alarms, thereby producing false alarms, or damaging any fire-safety equipment or discharging or tampering with fire safety equipment without a fire or the reasonable threat of a fire being present.
2.2 Cooking or the use of naked flames, fire, incense sticks, candles, mosquito coils and sparklers is not permitted in the room. Preparation of food is strictly restricted to the tea room provided. Boarders shall not leave any cooking or microwaving unattended in the tea room.
2.3 Any kind of dangerous/hazardous activities are strictly prohibited.
2.4 Boarders are prohibited from altering or adapting electrical outlets and equipment, and from overloading any electrical points. Do-It-Yourself (DIY) wiring and other electrical set-ups by the boarders are prohibited in the hostel.
2.5 All boarders are required to attend all fire drills conducted in a swift and orderly manner.
2.6 Boarders are prohibited from placing any garbage, trash, bicycles or other articles (e.g. shoes, slippers, shoe racks, laundry, clothes racks, bags, receptacles, detergent, potted plants, etc.) in the common areas. These areas include stairs, passageways, ledges, balconies, etc. of the hostel. The hostel office reserves the right to remove or discard any item or article stored or placed in the common areas in violation of this clause. Such item or article will not be returned to a claimant without satisfactory proof of ownership and payment of all expenses incurred for its removal and/or storage.
2.7 Boarders shall not throw objects from windows, balconies, fire escapes or other exterior parts of the hostel.


3 CARE OF ROOM, FACILITIES AND COMMON AREAS

3.1 Boarders are responsible for keeping the room safe, clean and tidy, and taking care of the contents in the room. Boarders who violate the above rules may be fined up to $10-$15.
3.12 Shoes must be kept neatly on the shoe racks provided.

3.2 Boarders are prohibited from removing any appliance, furniture, furnishing, fitting or fixture from the room and the common areas of the hostel.
3.21 Any damage to property including rooms and other hostel premises must be reported immediately to the hostel office.
3.22 Boarders who are responsible for the damage will be required to pay in full for the damage or replace the item which is damaged.
3.23 Any damage to the facilities of common areas caused by the carelessness, negligence or improper conduct of the boarders or visitors, the boarders shall be responsible for the cost of such repair, repainting, rectification or replacement.

3.3 No boarders may paint, put nails or screws, drill holes on the walls, change the arrangements of the furniture in the room and any other part of the hostel.
3.31 Boarders shall not post or hang signs, notices, posters, banners, and etc on the walls, or in areas not designated by the hostel office for such a purpose, unless prior permission has been obtained from the office.

3.4 Boarders shall not change the room allocated to him or her without the approval of the hostel office.
3.5 The keeping of animals and pets in the hostel is strictly prohibited.
3.6 The use of heating and food preparation appliances, waterbeds, private air conditioners, air coolers and any other items not expressly approved by the office are prohibited in the hostel.
3.7 Loss or damage of hostel keys shall be reported to the hostel office within 24 hours or the next working day. The cost of replacing the hostel keys and lock shall be borne by the boarders.


4 ROOM INSPECTION & REPAIRS

4.1 The hostel office reserves the right for its authorised representatives to enter and inspect any room in the interests of health, safety of the hostel, or to carry out any cleaning, repair, installation, maintenance, or improvement works without prior notice to the boarder.
4.2 Entry to the room may also be made at any time, whether or not the boarder is present, and without prior notice to the boarder, if there are reasonable grounds to believe or suspect that:
4.2.1 any substance, material, item or article is being used, kept or stored in the room and such use or possession is illegal or prohibited by law or by the Rules and Regulations; or
4.2.2 There is a breach or contravention of the immigration laws; or
4.2.3 There is a breach of any provision of this Rules and Regulations.


5 VISITOR POLICY

5.1 Non-resident visitors must leave the hostel premises by 9pm on the day of visit. They are strictly prohibited from staying overnight in the hostel.
5.2 Boarders shall ensure that his or her non-resident visitors be accompanied by the boarder at all times.
5.3 Boarders are responsible for his or her visitor’s full compliance and observance of the provisions of this hostel Rules and Regulations. Any breach of the hostel rules by the visitor shall be deemed to be a breach by the boarders.
5.4 Non-resident visitors excluding family members are prohibited to enter the boarder’s room.
5.5 Male family visitors are strictly prohibited from entering the levels housing female boarders.
5.6 The staff of Anglican House reserve the right to request any visitor, if deemed unwelcomed, to leave the hostel premises.


6 ACCOUNTABILITY DURING HOSTEL STAY

6.1 Boarders who are not scholars must be medically insured by their parents or join the hostel’s group insurance scheme. The premium of medical insurance will vary yearly depending on the number of boarders in need of the scheme for that particular year.
6.2 Curfew hours for respective boarders.


Weekdays and SundaySaturday, Eve of Public Holiday and School Holidays
Secondary School boarders
6pm10.30pm
Junior College boarders
9pm10.30pm
Undergraduates N.A N.A 








6.3 Following Rules and Regulations are only applicable to secondary school and junior college boarders only:
6.3.1 Boarders who persistently cover up the glass panels of their room doors will be fined $10 each time after the first warning.
6.3.2 Secondary school and JC boarders are required to sign out when they leave the hostel and sign in when they return daily.
6.3.3 During the term time, permission must be obtained from the warden personally to leave the hostel after 9pm, except on Saturday or on the eve of public holidays.
6.3.4 Boarders who cannot return by his or her respective curfew time must inform the wardens by submitting an excuse form three working days in advance.
6.3.5 Boarders who wish to stay overnight at other places must:
a) Submit a letter from parent or guardian in advance;
b) Seek permission of the wardens, and then submit a leave form before signing out; and
c) Submit the acknowledgement form to the hostel office immediately when he or she returns to the hostel. A boarder who submits the acknowledgement form late will be fined $30 and barred from leaving the hostel for 2 weeks.
d) Boarders who breaks the sign-in and sign-out rule will be given demerit points, extra duties and fines at the discretion of the wardens.

6.3.6 Boarders’ passports must be submitted to the hostel office for safekeeping. Should boarders require to retrieve their passports, they must:
a) Submit a letter from parent or guardian in advance;
b) Seek permission of the wardens, and then register with the hostel office.



Check-in & Check-out procedures


Check-in Procedures:
Check-in time: 2 pm—3.30 pm

Step 1: Boarders shall present the following original documents to the hostel office
for the check-in:
- NRIC/FIN
- Passport for international students

Step 2: boarders shall conduct a room check and endorse on the inventory checklist form upon check-in to the hostel. The form shall be returned to the office within 24 hours of check-in or such longer time as may be allowed in writing by the hostel.

*In instances when the boarder fails to sign or return the inventory checklist form, the boarder will be deemed to have agreed that the room and the contents as listed in the form are in good working order and/or condition and to be responsible for any shortfall or damage to the room or the contents after the check-in.

**Boarders may check-in before or after the stipulated check-in date only with the prior written approval from the office. In the case of an early check-in, the stipulated daily room rate will apply for the period between the early check-in date and the stipulated check-in date. In the case of a late check-in, the accommodation fees for the period from the stipulated check-in date will remain payable.

Check-out Procedures
Check-out time:11 am—12.30 pm

Step 1: Boarders shall inform the office at least 1 week before the check-out date and timing.
Step 2: Prior to the check-out, boarders shall clear all his or her belongings and clean the room. If cleaning is required because the room is not in an acceptable condition, a cleaning fee of $50-100 shall be imposed on the boarder. Boarders are allowed to store up to three cartons of personal items in the hostel storeroom. However, the hostel is not responsible for any loss or damage of the items.
Step 3: A check-out form should be dutifully completed and signed by the boarder and submit to the office when the boarder checks out of the hostel.
Step 4: Room keys with the hostel key chain must be returned to office.

*Deposit will be refunded when the boarder has complied with the above mentioned requirements.


Facilities


Hostel Facilities

  • 4 stories of accommodation for 116 boarders.
  • 48 units of air-conditioned two-bedded rooms with attached toilets.
  • 4 units of air-conditioned six-bedded rooms with communal toilets.
  • Water heater facilities in bathrooms.
  • Tea room.
  • Dining room, Infotainment room, study room, music room, snooker room, computer room.
  • Gym, living room.

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Study RoomComputer Room
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 2-Bedded Room  4-Bedded Room
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 6-Bedded Room
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Snooker Room Tea Room