Temasek Secondary School

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Temasek Secondary School
淡马锡中学
Dànmǎxī Zhōngxué
Sekolah Menengah Temasek
Temasek Secondary School Crest.png
Address
600 Upper East Coast Road
Information
Type Autonomous, government
Motto We Care
Founded 1980
Session Single session
School code 3030
Principal Dayna Chia Minn (Mrs)[1]
Vice Principals Lim Siang Jiun (Mrs) [1]
Viknesvaran (Mr) [1]
Enrolment 1120
Colour(s) Navy blue, red, and gold
Nickname Temasekians
Website

Temasek Secondary School (TMS) is an autonomous secondary school in Singapore and serves Secondary One through Four. It was founded in 1980 sharing a campus with Bedok North Secondary School at Upper Changi Road.[2] In 1995, the school attained autonomy,[3] and in March 1999, the school moved to its current campus at Upper East Coast Road.[3] It was ranked at all-time high 16th place among all secondary schools in 2000.[4]

School leadership[edit]

The school is led by Principal Dayna Chia.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Temasek Secondary School, Organisational chart, retrieved 2011-10-02
  2. ^ Temasek Secondary School, History, p. 1, retrieved 2011-10-02
  3. ^ a b Temasek Secondary School, History, p. 2, retrieved 2011-10-02
  4. ^ http://www.moe.gov.sg/media/press/2000/table1.html
  5. ^ Soo Wern Jun (5 April 2007). "Fann-ing up: Actress Fann Wong wants to take on more challenging roles in the near future". The Sun. Kuala Lumpur. Archived from the original on February 25, 2009. 
  6. ^ "Fann Wong", Encyclopedia of Entertainment, Movie Music News. 23 February 2010.
  7. ^ Hong Xinyi (11 July 2004). "Star track". The Straits Times. Singapore. 
  8. ^ Michelle Tay (18 February 2008). "Leap of love". The Straits Times. Singapore. 
  9. ^ "Joanne Peh: A star in girl-next-door", Jeannie Tay, Nanyang Chronicle (no date)

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