Please Mind The Platform Gap: H2 Art – Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

by Noor Adilah (17S06B) You’ve heard the stories. You’ve seen the gorgeous paintings that line the corridors. You’ve probably even gawked at the beautiful Art Studio where mysterious art students spend inordinate amounts of time. What goes on in there? What are those mysterious wooden structures in the corridor? Did the Art students put those … Continue reading

Soleil: Orientation 2017 Preview

By Joan Ang (17A01B), Lee Yun Ning (17A01E), and Nerissa Loe (17A13A) You’ve heard tales from seniors about the OGs that stick together all the way until graduation. You’ve heard about the anticipation of finding out who your other OG mates are. You’ve seen the Youtube video of the batch dance, perhaps wondering what your … Continue reading

The Curious Case of Commitment – Life in JC

By Bay Jia Wei (17S06R) and Noor Adilah (17S06B) Maybe you have finally made it after long nights with your Ten Year Series. Maybe you wonder if you have done enough in your 4 through-train years. Regardless of our backgrounds, most, if not all of us, want to make the best of our last 2 … Continue reading

Tilted Scales or Tinted Shades: Are JAEs Disadvantaged?

By Andrew Hidajat (17S03I) Additional reporting by Yang Siqi (17A01C) School Code: 3009 Course Code (Arts): 28A Course Code (Science): 28S Ah, the Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE). Along with one’s GCE ‘O’ Level results slip comes a dull, grey information booklet. In it contains basic information regarding various tertiary institutions, ranging from location, special programmes … Continue reading

Please Mind the Platform Gap: Choosing a Third Language in Junior College

by Alex Tan (16S03B) and Gladys Lim (16S03K) Disclaimer: This article covers only French, German and Japanese, as these are the only subjects offered as third languages at H2 level. Furthermore, while this article has been researched to the best of our abilities, it should not be used as a substitute for formal academic counselling. … Continue reading

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