ACJC Remembers Mr Lee Kuan Yew
Mr Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore’s first Prime Minister, regarded by many to be the founding father of modern Singapore, passed away on the morning of 23 March 2015, at the age of 91. News of his passing was keenly felt by the students and staff of Anglo-Chinese Junior College. Throughout the week of National Mourning the College took some time to remember Mr Lee and his achievements.
Methodist Walk 2015 28 March 2015
The Methodist Walk is a biennial event organised by the Methodist Schools' Foundation to raise funds for all the Methodist schools in Singapore .These funds are for the purpose of maintaining school facilities. This year's Methodist Walk was held on the 28th of March, 2015.
129th Founder’s Day
On the 27th of February 2015, ACJC celebrated its 129th Founder’s Day, which was made even more meaningful against the backdrop of Singapore's SG50 celebrations.
ACJC Celebrates the Class of 2014
As part of the unique and exceptional all-round education offered at Anglo-Chinese Junior College, we aim for our students to have a broad range of knowledge and skills, yet to couple this with depth - individually pursuing and developing what we call a distinguishing excellence, which makes them unique in their own distinctive ways.
ACS Thanks You
On 18th February this year, ACJC launched “ACS Thanks You” to celebrate Chinese New Year. Students from ACJC and other ACS schools collaborated to give out mandarin oranges to members of the public as a form of appreciation for their contributions towards improving the everyday lives of Singaporeans.
A*STAR Student Research Attachment Programme 2014
From 17th November to 19th December 2014, 11 ACJC students underwent their Research Attachment Programme at various A*STAR Research Institutes. During the very exciting, though challenging 5 week attachment, the students worked on a myriad of projects across different science disciplines.
On the 21st and 22nd of November 2014, the J1 batch of ACSian Theatre cordially invited the audience who filled the Faith Centre for Performing Arts, on a journey like no other. This journey was called ‘Grimm Tales’.
Arts Night 2015
On the evening of 13 February, Arts Night 2015 – a production by the AC Arts Council - saw an impressive turnout of both performers and attendees. Students jettisoned their uniforms in favour of donning costumes of film characters ranging from the famous to the obscure, to grace the event.