Roman Catholic Schools in Singapore: Sji International, Saint Joseph's Institution, Singapore, Catholic High School, Singapore

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9781157006466: Roman Catholic Schools in Singapore: Sji International, Saint Joseph's Institution, Singapore, Catholic High School, Singapore

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: Maris Stella High School, Saint Joseph's Institution, Singapore, SJI International, St. Gabriel's Secondary School, Catholic High School, Singapore, Holy Innocents' High School, Saint Patrick's School, Singapore, CHIJ Katong Convent, Montfort Secondary School, CHIJ Saint Nicholas Girls' School, Saint Joseph's Institution Junior, CHIJ Secondary, Hai Sing Catholic School, CHIJ Primary, St. Gabriel's Primary School, CHIJ Saint Joseph's Convent, CHIJ Saint Theresa's Convent, Saint Anthony's Canossian Secondary School, Saint Stephen's School, Singapore, Holy Innocents' Primary School, Assumption English School. Excerpt: Maris Stella High School (Chinese: ???????, Abbreviation: MSHS) is an autonomous, SAP, Government-aided, all-boys Catholic secondary and primary school run by the international Marist Brothers at Mount Vernon Road in Singapore. It was headed by Bro. Anthony Tan from 1984 to 2009. Mr Joseph Lim Choon Kiat, the former Vice Principal, replaced Brother Anthony on 29 December 2009. It is placed in Band 3 in the 2010 School Achievement Table for Special/Express Course compiled by the Ministry of Education and, on that basis, is considered to be one of the top 20 schools in Singapore. Its teachers and students are also involved in non-academic fields including uniformed groups, sports such as archery, badminton, basketball, bowling, softball, table tennis, information technology, life sciences and Chinese debate. The international crest of the Marist Brothers is the A.M. Monogram - the Marist "M". It is fairly certain that the monogram was devised in the honour of Our Lady long before the Marist Brothers came into being in 1817. The letters probably signify Ave Maria (Hail Mary) and the twelve stars over the monogram were derived from Chapter 12 of the Book of Apocalypse: "And a great sign appeared in Heaven; a ...

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