3 of our students took part in the TI-84+ Series Graphing Calculators Competition in July this year. An annual competition organised by Hwa Chong Institution(HCI) and Texas Instruments(TI), it saw many secondary schools and junior colleges from Singapore and Malaysia participating. Congratulations to Chen Naixian (14S45) and Lu Liwei(13S63) for attaining a Bronze medal, and […]
The university panel discussion took place on the 18th of October 2014, with representatives from the various local universities coming down to talk to our parents and students. Thank you to everyone for taking time out of your busy schedules to come down to VJC. If you missed the event or would like more information […]
The Victorian research project titled ” To investigate the effect of oil spillage on the survival of marine mussels” has achieved the 3rd prize in this year’s 8th Enviro-Life Science Symposium. Mentored by our teacher Dr Ang Hwee Luan, this in-house research project was entirely carried out in our Science and Technology Centre. The project […]
Members of our Chinese Calligraphy Club took part in the 5th National Brush and Pen Calligraphy Competition, organised by the Chinese Calligraphy Society of Singapore. We are proud of the Victorians for doing so well. Here are the awards they received : Brush Category 14S44 Wu Nan (3rd Position) 14S35 Lin Yitian (Merit Award) 14S41 […]
VJC’s National Day Community Outreach took place on the 8th of August 2014, and involved all staff, students, and some alumni. We distributed 2130 food goodie bags to the less fortunate at different areas around Singapore. We managed to reach out to more than 5000 units with our SG50 photo project and food drive, catching […]
Caitlin Celestine Fernandez(14A14), Li Siyi (14A14) and Xiao Zibang (14S45) participated in the 7th China Studies Seminar at Yishun Junior College on the 2nd of August 2014, and emerged as Champions. The students co-wrote a paper and presented on the topic of “Deepening reforms and the China Dream”. A big congratulations to the Victorians.
Ms Lim Tien Juan (Sports Secretary) has been selected by the Singapore Physical Education Association (SPEA) to receive the SPEA PE Teacher Award (East Zone) 2011 (Secondary/ Junior College Category). The college would like to congratulate Ms Lim for her award.