Yusof Ishak Secondary School was established in 1965 as Jubilee Integrated Secondary School. It was an integrated school offering secondary education to an enrolment of 984 pupils and 37 teachers of two streams, in English and Malay.
On 29 July 1966, then Prime Minister, Mr Lee Kuan Yew declared open Yusof Ishak Secondary School (YISS) at Jubilee Road. We are the only school to be named after a President of our Republic.
Hillgrove recognizes the vital role of our partners to provide a holistic educational experience for our students. We have a Parents Alumni Link (PAL) which forms a close relationship with our parents through the Hillgrove Alumni (HGA)
Formed in 2009, the HGA is a vital link for the school to reach out to graduate pupils to support school programmes. The Alumni is formed by Hillgrove graduates. Members of the alumni are role models for the pupils. They continue their passion for the school through their active participation in relief teaching and CCA. The Friends of Hillgrove (Alumni) Award serves to recognise our alumni members’ value added contributions that have a positive impact on the school.
- Does not have strong group. School is relatively new.
Bukit View Secondary School have it’s own Alumni club, as well as volunteer Facebook group.
Bukit Batok Secondary School Alumni was setup and was at it’s 5th Alumni committee
B.B.S.S alumni is registered with the Ministry Of Home Affairs (Ref: T09SS0012F)
They welcome all teachers, students, ex-staffs and ex-students to join our events and activities.
This group has a strong team of 2482 members, and 6 admin
Majority is malay community
The school is initiating the formation our very own Anthonian Alumni. Anthonians of all ages from St Anthony’s Boys’ School and St Anthony’s Primary School are invited and welcomed to be part of the Alumni to continue to be connected to that special time in our lives spent in St Anthony’s.
Being part of the offical alumni will allow you to reunite, catch up and network with old friends and teachers, take part in activities and school facilities.
Lianhua Primary School started as a small village school in January 1946 with a student population of just 200 pupils in borrowed premises in the Bukit Timah area. At that time, it was known as Lian Wah Public School. The school then catered for pupils, who, due to the Second World War, did not have the opportunity to attend school.
In the years that followed, the board of directors raised funds and purchased a piece of land at Duchess Road where a permanent building for the school was constructed. The first Principal served the school for 19 years until 1964 after which Mr. Ding Cha Yee took over. During Mr. Ding’s tenure, the school made significant and tremendous progress both academically and in extra-curricular activities. It became one of the premier school in the Bukit Timah area.