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Commendable GCE ‘O’ Level Results for the 2017 Cohort

12 January 2018

The 2017 Sec 4 Express and Sec 5 cohort produced a good set of results in their GCE ‘O’ Level examinations. 63.8% of the Sec 4 Express students are eligible for a JC education, while 97.8% of the Sec 4 Express students and 85.5% of the Sec 5N students can apply to a polytechnic course.

Sec 4 Express  

Our 2017 Sec 4 Express cohort obtained percentage passes at or above national average in 17 subjects, compared to the national level. Art, D&T and F&N continue to achieve pass rates that
are at least 10% higher than the national level. 9 subjects achieved 100% pass rates. At least 40% of our students obtained distinctions in the following subjects: Additional Mathematics, Mathematics, Combined Science (Physics, Chemistry) and Literature in English. Compared with their seniors in 2016, the cohort had obtained more distinctions in 9 subjects, including English Language, Chinese Language, Higher Chinese, Malay Language, Higher Malay, Mathematics, Literature in English, D&T and Art. 

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Sec 5 Normal  

Our 2017 Sec 5 cohort obtained higher percentage passes in 8 out of 9 subjects compared to the national level. F&N continues to maintain 100% pass rates since 2013. 8 subjects also logged 
in at least a 80% pass rate, including English Language, Chinese Language, Mathematics, Combined Science, Art, F&N, D&T and POA. Our Art students obtained 100% pass rate for this year. 
Our Sec 5 students also showed that they are capable of achieving distinctions. 7 subjects had distinctions above the national level, including Chinese Language, Mathematics, Combined 
Science, POA, Art, D&T and F&N.  Compared with their seniors in 2016, the cohort had obtained more distinctions in 5 subjects, including Chinese Language, Mathematics, Combined Science, D&T and POA. 

The credible performance of our 2017 cohort is not just the result of our students’ efforts, but also the time and energy put in by our staff, and the strong support from students’ families. 
The school would like to thank all staff for their dedication and unwavering support for our students in their 4 to 5 years of secondary education, and also to the students’ families for 
providing the much needed support in helping students to succeed. More importantly, we thank God for His grace in pulling our students through a milestone in their lives and wish them
all the best as they look for a post-secondary course and institution of their choice. May the 2017 cohort remember that they will always be part of a Christ-centred community with courage 
to lead, compassion to serve.