List of Schools/Talent Areas offered for Direct School Admissions (DSA) 2022-2023
Tag Archives: DSA
S.T.E.M Domain? What is that?
You are attending a DSA talk by a popular secondary school. They are talking about the revised domains that the school will be offering from 2017. There are the usual domains such as Sports, Aesthetics, Bi-lingual and S.T.E.M. Wait . . . what in the world is S.T.E.M? How will my child be able to qualify for this domain when she is only 12 years old!
Direct School Admissions to Raffles Institution – Speech by Brendan Hong
This Trinity Grade 5 speech is based on Brendan Hong’s personal achievement – Direct School Admissions to Raffles Institution in 2015
Congratulations to Augustus Tay for Achieving a Perfect Score in the LAMDA Speaking in Public Examinations!
We are happy to announce that our student Augustus Gerald Tay has achieved 100 marks in LAMDA Speaking in Public Grade 3 Examinations held in June 2016.
DSA Book – As seen on Talking Point on 26 May 2016 is Out of Stock at J Carter Centre
This Book -Success Strategies for Direct School Admissions authored by Jackeline Carter was featured on Talking Point – 26/5/2016
Schools offering Communication/English Domain under DSA scheme
“The Direct School Admission (DSA) scheme will be reviewed to recognise achievements and talents in specific areas – which was its original objective – instead of general academic ability.”
ENTRY INTO NUS HIGH – BY TAN TAG HAN
A personal achievement in gaining entry into NUS High
UNOFFICIAL COP FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL-2016 COHORT
Singapore Secondary Schools COP – 2016 (Incomplete)
5 Reasons why you should consider an Integrated Programme (IP) School
(This is an updated version of the article that first appeared on Smartification) In 2013, the principal from Jurong West Secondary School asked a daring question during a discussion at an education forum on the topic of making every school a good one. “How many of our leaders and top officers who say thatContinue reading “5 Reasons why you should consider an Integrated Programme (IP) School”