Admiralty Secondary School had its beginnings in 2002 when it shared premises with Evergreen Secondary School. Under the pioneer Principal, Mrs Lim Ai Poo, the school moved to its present location at 31, Woodlands Crescent in December 2002. The school welcomed its second Principal, Mdm Jessie Koh, in December 2007.

 

 

The school today sits on 2.4 ha plot of land with facilities that provide our students with a spacious, modern, well-maintained and conducive learning environment. There are 7 blocks to the school building. These physical resources include the

  • Teaching and Learning Blocks with 36 classrooms,
  • Special Rooms comprising a Heritage room, 6 Science Laboratories, 2 D&T Studios, 2 Food Laboratories, 4 Information Technology (IT) Laboratories, 2 IT Resource rooms, a Media Resource Library, an AVA Room and 2 Art Rooms.

 

Admiralty Secondary School has garnered numerous accolades in its short history. In 2006, the school was awarded the Niche status for Robotics Enterprise (RE) and was awarded the Direct School Admission (DSA) status, which allows the school to admit 5% of the secondary one cohort through direct admission. A framework for RE has been implemented and our RE Club continues to be a formidable challenge at competitions.

 

The school has attained awards in the following areas:

  • Green Audit Award (Sustained Achievement Award)
  • People Developer Standard
  • Sustained Achievement Award (Aesthetics) 2010, 2012
  • Sustained Achievement Award (Uniformed Groups) 2009-2012
  • Academic Value-Added for Express Academic Course: Silver (2009)
  • Academic Value-Added for Normal Academic Course: Bronze (2010)
  • HPB-MOE CHERISH Award: Silver (2010-2011)
  • Sustained Achievement Award (Recycling Outreach Programme)
  • Healthy Eating in Schools Award (2010-2012)
  • 3R (Recycle) Silver Award 2012

 

 

The above and numerous other awards would not have been possible without our team of dedicated staff, and our supportive stakeholders and partners. Together, we will continue our efforts to bring out the best in each child so that each will be

 

"A Guiding LIGHT that Shines."

 

 

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Sustaining Toilets As Restrooms (STAR) Awards Programme  
The S.T.A.R. (Sustaining Toilets As Restrooms) Awards Programme for pre primary, primary and secondary schools is the next evolution of restroom and hygiene education in schools. The new programme adopts a more holistic approach that replaces the previous Happy Toilet School Education programme. Read more…

 

Science University of New South Wales competition (UNSW) 2014.
Our Science department would like to share some excellent results attained by our admirals during the recent Science University of New South Wales competition (UNSW) 2014.Read more…

 

 

Robotics Enterprise .
Robotics Enterprise in the niche of Admiralty Secondary..Read more

 

No Time For Your Child? Think Again

In today’s society, parents are faced with the ever-increasing need to work longer hours to provide food and income for the family. You may sometimes find yourself having the time to communicate with your child only during the weekends. Read more…

 

 

FamilyMatters@School events in 2014

FamilyMatters@School Education is a programme which adopts a holistic family learning model – equipping parents with effective parenting skills and training them to be parent facilitators, helping school staff to enhance their family life, and providing students with life skills training. Read more…

 

 Singapore Youth Festival 2014 Art Exhibition
Our students have done our school proud by having their artwork displayed for the 2014 SYF Art Exhibition at Lasalle College of the Arts.Read more

 

 National Junior Robotics Competition (NJRC) 2014
The National Junior Robotics Competition (NJRC) is an exciting and unique event organised by Science Centre Singapore, Agency for Science Technology and Research (A*STAR) and DSO National Laboratories.Read more

 

 

Mathematics University of New South Wales competition 2014
The UNSW School Mathematics Competition has been run each year since 1962 .The competition is designed to assess mathematical insight and ingenuity rather than efficiency in tackling routine examples. Moreover, students are encouraged to enter the competition if they are able to make some progress towards the solution of at least one of the sample problems that are included with the publicity material.Read more

 

   

Supporting Singapore Citizens

 

MOE has prepared a brochure on the various schemes that have been put in place to support our Singaporean students.  The brochure also highlights the enhancements and new initiatives that were announced at the MOE Committee of Supply last month. It aims to provide readers with a broad overview of the many schemes that we currently have in place and they can approach the school or MOE if they would like to find out more about specific schemes. 

 

Click here to view the brochure.