NEWS – More schools to offer Integrated Programme ……..

From the Straits Times, 19 Nov 2012:

More schools will be offering the Integrated Programme, which allows students
to skip the O levels.

From next year, Victoria School and Cedar Girls’ Secondary School will launch
the six-year programme for its Secondary 1 students.

The two schools will be offering the initiative in partnership with Victoria
Junior College. So students from the two secondary schools will study in their
respective campuses for four years, then move to the junior college for the last
two years.

Schools currently offering the Integrated Programme

  • Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
  • Dunman High School
  • Hwa Chong Institution
  • Nanyang Girls’ High School
  • National Junior College
  • NUS High School of Mathematics and Science
  • Raffles Girls’ School (Secondary)
  • Raffles Institution
  • River Valley High School
  • Temasek Junior College
  • Victoria Junior College

From next year (2012):

  • Victoria School
  • Cedar Girls’ Secondary School

From 2013:

  • Methodist Girls’ School
  • St Joseph’s Institution
  • Catholic High School
  • CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School
  • Singapore Chinese Girls’ School
  • Temasek Junior College (It already offers the programme to Sec 3 students
    but will extend it to Sec 1 and Sec 2 students)


From 2013, another five schools will also offer the through-train programme,
where they take the A-levels or International Baccalaureate after six years of


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