Silent Heroes Student Award 2023
Congratulations to Shena Tan Qing (Sec 4F) on receiving the inaugural Singapore Silent Heroes Student Award!
The Silent Heroes Award is a national award that recognises everyday Singaporeans and permanent residents for their extraordinary humanity and compassion towards people, causes, and mission. This year, the Silent Heroes Student Award was launched to recognise students who have selflessly dedicated themselves to improve the lives of others.
Shena had her first experience volunteering at a nursing home in primary school. Having been brought up by her grandmother since young, Shena discovered that she could interact well with the elderly without feeling awkward. In Sec 2, she decided to volunteer at NTUC Health (Tampines) Nursing Home as she finds joy in spending time with the elderly. Shena was a befriender and event planner for the residents. She started the Rummikub programme, conducted games such as Six Bricks, and also hosted a Christmas celebration and a string painting workshop at the home.
Shena loves seeing how happy the residents are whenever she turns up, and hopes to continue volunteering in the future, and even explore a career in the social services.
Well done Shena! Continue to spread love and compassion, and be a blessing to others around you!
Congratulations to Joey and Raine!
Our heartiest congratulations to our two aspiring composers, Joey and Raine, for achieving an Honourable mention in the 2021 SYF Song-writing Youth Station Project (Lower Secondary Category)! Joey and Raine are two good friends who discovered a knack for putting words and music together. In composing a song for their Sec 1 end-of-year music assignment last year, they discovered the joy of sharing their feelings through music. Check out what they have to say about their song!
Video - My Dreams
Servant Leader Ang Yu Qian (2003) thinks out of the box
Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted many students from low-income and vulnerable families. Our alumna Ang Yu Qian thinks out of the box to create a conducive environment for them!
Danielle Chan (2010) on GreenHome Series
Find out more about urban farming from our alumna Danielle Chan (2010) and co-founder of Citiponics!
Catch her at 3:20! on Youtube video
Anglican High School 65th Anniversary
In celebration of Anglican High School's 65th Anniversary, various stakeholders came together and made it to the Singapore Book of Records by setting a record for the largest montage of face masks.
We were privileged to have our Guest of Honour Mr Lawrence Wong, Minister of Education and the Second Minister for Finance, gracing this record-setting event where he personally penned his well wishes for the school on a face mask before pinning it onto the montage.
NTU researchers develop method to test for Covid-19 or dengue in just 36 minutes
Congratulations Soon Keong!👍🏼👏🏼
Wee Soon Keong (Graduated 2008)
Chairman of AHS Alumni Association
Micro Steps Lead To Big Dreams
Vice Chairman of the AHS Alumni Association Wee Soon Keong on finding his passion in molecular biology and being recognised on an international level for his work in the scientific community.
Making An Impact
It is Singapore’s bicentennial year and we are grateful to spend the morning with the team from 星期二特写 and learn about Singapore’s history through the beautiful Singapore River!
Our very own 《早报逗号》 correspondent intern Zhou Jialing reports on Anglican High School's Appreciation of Malay Tradition week. This is her 5th article on 《早报逗号》!
Smart Students For Smart Nation
As Singapopre moves swiftly towards a Smart Nation, Anglican students are already at the forefront of the movement. Get ready, set, program!
A class act both on and off the performance stage
Erika in the news again!
15 A&E visits, but she makes it to dream school.
Multitalented Erika participated in a varied of competitions and excelled in the O levels. We wish Maria all the best in her future endeavours.
Youth Festival theme song is written by schoolgirl, 14
Are you ready to listen to the song composed by our local talent, Trinity Lim from Anglican High School? For the first time, Singapore Youth Festival's theme song written by our very own Trinity Lim and performed by Trinity and good friend Megan.