LLP – The Good Samaritan Programme

School-Wide Level Focus Secondary 1: I Love My School Our school hopes to inspire Secondary One students to develop a stronger sense of identity to the school and hence, through “I Love My School” project, students are given the opportunity to learn more about the school environment as well as investigate existing school needs and issues. The other […]



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ALP – Journalism & Broadcasting

Applied Learning Programme Journalism & Broadcasting Programme Journalism and Broadcasting (J&B) at Holy Innocents’ High School (HIHS) has been awarded the Applied Learning Programme (ALP) status in January 2015. The school’s mission and vision articulate our aspirations to nurture students who will lead with courage and serve with compassion, guided by our core values of […]



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Elective Modules

Elective Modules What are Elective Modules ? EMs have been introduced into the Normal Course to broaden the learning experiences of N(A) and N(T) students and to provide for their varied learning needs and styles. EMs could cover a range of industry niches, opening up possibilities that extend beyond secondary school education. What are the […]



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Commendable GCE ‘O’ Level Results for the 2016 Cohort
The 2016 Sec 4 Express and Sec 5 cohort produced a good set of results in their GCE ‘O’ Level examinations. Around 97% of our Sec 4 Express students and 80% of our Sec 5 students are eligible to apply for a polytechnic course. Around 64% of Sec 4 Express and 10% of Sec 5 students are eligible to apply for Junior Colleges.
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Pocket Money Fund Application and Opportunity Fund
Application for the school’s Pocket Money Fund and Opportunity Fund for 2017 is now open. You can download and submit the completed forms, together with supporting documents, to the General Office. Please contact the General Office (Admin Manager) if you have any queries.
Outstanding Results for the 2016 GCE N Level Examinations
The 2016 Normal (Academic) and Normal (Technical) cohorts produced commendable results at the GCE ‘N’ Level examinations. 88.4% of our N(A) students are eligible for Sec 5, above the national percentage of 75.2%. All our N(T) students are eligible for progression to ITE, as with past years.