At Anglican High School (AHS), we seek to develop a diverse mix of talents who create value for others.
The Talent Development programme aims to celebrate and grow talents through differentiated learning experiences. It takes reference from Treffinger’s Levels of Service approach to talent development programming.
Subject Talent Programme
The Subject Talent Programme aims to deepen students’ disciplinary grounding and motivations by strengthening foundational competencies and expanding horizons. Selected students are provided the opportunity to extend their learning through experiences including workshops, competitions, projects and learning journeys.
AHS Management Board Scholarship Programme
The AHS Management Board Scholarship Programme aims to nurture motivated, mission-minded leaders by empowering them with skills for Critical Thinking and Interacting with Others so that their Future Readiness will be ensured. Selected students are equipped to create value for others through additional opportunities for holistic development, with the support of teacher mentors.
The AHSMB Scholarship is offered to outstanding students who demonstrate the passion and potential to grow into future-shaping leaders.
The scholarship aims to nurture motivated, mission-minded leaders by developing skills of critical thinking and learning from others.
The scholarship programme is a 4-year developmental programme that develops core skills in the domains of Thinking Critically, Interacting with Others, and Future-Readiness. These clusters consist of skills that are deemed essential in work places.
Students are guided by teacher mentors to apply their learning in authentic situations.
Students must satisfy the following eligibility criteria before they can be considered for AHSMB Scholarships:
(a) Applicants must be enrolled in Secondary 1 in Anglican High School;
(b) Applicants must be among top 10% of the Secondary 1 cohort in terms of academic excellence (based on PSLE results);
(c) Applicants must attain a conduct grade of very good or better;
(d) Applicants must, on a consistent basis, demonstrate good character and values; and
(e) Applicants should demonstrate leadership skills within class or CCA, or have assumed leadership appointments in primary school.
Application for the Scholarship opens at the end of Secondary 1 Term 1, and closes two weeks after. Application forms and links will be communicated via Parents Gateway.
Approval and Notification of applicants
Short-listed applicants will be notified to come for an interview. Successful applicants will be informed in writing and the decision of the Committee is final.
Renewal of the scholarship at the end of Year 1, 2 and 3 will be subjected to the following conditions.
- All scholars are expected to display exemplary conduct and maintain good CCA records.
- All scholars must be among top 20% in their overall academic results. Recipients should preferably score distinctions for both English Language and Chinese Language.
- The AHSMB Scholarships Committee reserves the right to amend the Rules and Regulations pertaining to these scholarships whenever necessary.
- Recipients are responsible for notifying the Committee in writing regarding any change in their personal particulars.