Our heartiest congratulations to the cohort of 2019, on your outstanding performance in the 2020 A-Level Examination! You have demonstrated the true Victorian spirit of perseverance and excellence. Continue to keep the Victorian flag unfurled wherever you go. All the best in your future endeavours!
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EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS.
EXPLORE YOUR PASSIONS.
Here at VJC, we have several signature programmes to cater to your interests, whether they lie in the Sciences or the Humanities:
Science Research Programmes, Humanities Scholarship Programme, Regional Studies Programme and Drama Elective Programme.
As you expand your horizons and explore your passions, our dedicated teachers will guide you on your journey.
WORK HARD, PLAY HARD
VJC is well known for its vibrant school culture, unflagging college spirit and strong camaraderie forged through a multitude of shared experiences. Our students believe in working hard and playing hard.
Here, you can develop your interests and competencies through various platforms, including co-curricular activities, leadership opportunities and values-in-action programmes.
OUR 5TH PRESIDENT'S SCHOLAR
SIOW MEIN YEAK, YUE
We are delighted to announce that Siow Mein Yeak, Yue, from the class of 17S44, has been awarded the President's Scholarship, the most prestigious undergraduate scholarship given out by the Public Service Commission (PSC).
HAPPENINGS AT VJC
Music Fest 2021: Light It Up [Virtual Edition]
From Apr to May 2021, Music Fest 2021: Light It Up [Virtual Edition] was held. Due to the Covid-19 situation, Music Fest pivoted online and manifested in innovative showcases of our Victorian talents. From instrumental to dance performances and displays of vocal prowess, artistic flair and comedic gifts, the diverse repertoire blew the minds of our entire community. Participants were mentored by teachers and put up pre-recorded performances at various stages of the voting process. Finalists have emerged from the tough competition, but due to the announcement of HBL and further tightening of measures to control the pandemic, the finals have been postponed to Semester 2. Watch this space for further updates!
Mother Tongue Fortnight
In Apr 2021, the Mother Tongue Fortnight was held to promote immersive learning about various vernacular cultures and languages, and to encourage cross-cultural understanding. A series of online competitions with attractive prizes saw enthusiastic participation by the Victorian Community. On 28 Apr, exhibition and activity booths hosted students and staff, who gamely tried out Chinese calligraphy and brush painting, Jawi script writing, ketupat weaving, garland making, kompang demonstrations, amongst many other fun-filled experiences! This vibrant showcase was made possible by the tireless work and creativity of the Mother Tongue Languages Department teachers and Victorians from Chinese Calligraphy Club, Chinese Cultural Society, Malay Cultural Society and Indian Cultural Society.
National School Games
In April and May 2021, our wushu, taekwondo, tennis, table tennis, badminton and volleyball athletes participated in the National School Games (NSG). These sporting competitions were deemed safe enough to continue given their limited contact and intermingling between participants across schools. We are proud of our athletes for exemplifying the motto of the NSG, “Character in Sporting Excellence”, in their performance on court and journey to the NSG. They had pivoted quickly to adapt their training to meet safe management guidelines. They stayed positive and buoyant amidst the constantly evolving situation. And through the process of overcoming challenges together, they were able to forge strong team spirit. VJ Boleh!