Mrs. Noorizan Albar
Koh Zheng Yang
Benuel s/o Ganesan
Ow Yeong Wai Kit
Lee Huan Ting
Arion Tan Blas
Han Hek Ding
Ng Huan Yong
The two medallions on the crest The gryphon is a stately creature, The eagle has long been
were presented to Sir Stamford majestic and strong. In our case, considered a symbol of power and
Raffles by a Javanese prince. One majesty. One of the eagle's heads
bears an inscription in Arabic the gryphon is confidently faces the past and the other faces
pledging loyalty and the other a entrenched within the crown,
dagger. They were incorporated symbolizing stability and success the future, symbolizing our
into the crest in recognition of the tradition of drawing strength
services he rendered the British for the school. from the past to work towards
Empire in the east. a better future.
Raffles Institution was founded in 1823. RI is 180 years old this year. Being 180 years
old is significant. 180 years is a historical milestone for any institution, for that matter.
Moreover, as the oldest and most established school in Singapore, RI's 180 years mark
a special standing in the history of education in Singapore too.
It is definitely a special occasion for us to reflect upon our rich tradition and heritage.
We look back to our 180 years of illustrious history and celebrate it. We look at our
present achievements and take pride in it. We look forward with confidence to the
future as we continue to be an excellent school.
2003, as a celebratory and special year, has indeed been a good year. The achievements
that the school has made through the collective efforts of the community are reflective
of how we have managed to perpetuate RI's tradition of excellence. The growth that all
Rafflesians experienced has been quite tremendous too. The friendship forged in Raffles
is of course the most precious asset we all bring away each year.
This edition of The Rafflesian captures all the special moments in 2003, of the celebrations of 180 years of history, of learning
and of the friendships that come with it. It chronicles the exciting achievements as well as the rich community life. Reading
The Rafflesian 2003 helps us not only to re-live this meaningful time we Rafflesians have had together in RI in 2003, but inspires
us to continue to live our creed as Rafflesians, always striving to do our very best, as we are the Hope of a Better Age!
Auspicium Melioris Aevi
WONG SIEW HOONG
1 DECEMBER 2003
In intellectual pursuit, I shall reflect discipline and passion for learning and in
personal conduct, I shall live in integrity and regard individuals, groups and the
community with kindness and respect, and in so doing, uphold the Rafflesian
Principle of Honour.
Dear friends, probably the first ever community
service effort that involved one whole
Pause a moment, sit back, relax, and count your blessings.
cohort,- Four years later, we found
Here's one for you to add this year the world has been plagued with much ourselves spearheading the second
turmoil in both the political and fiscal arenas, and back home in Singapore this has Carnival. Indeed, the Sec 4s were
not been an exception. The SARS malady struck home in the early part of the year, invaluable in helping RI become that
affecting the lifestyles of most Singaporeans, and for Rafflesians, disrupting our paragon of social awareness and
school calendar for a fortnight. Most of us found ourselves cooped up at home, a activity yet again. Such a heart of
brief respite from the bustle of school-life, but nevertheless, desperate for communion service is encouraging and certainly
with our friends, living in hope that school would resume quickly and life restored
to normality. No doubt, the challenge had just begun for the academic programme to yearn for.
and many CCAs, which had their competitions postponed. The verdict? We are, the hope of a
Hence I shall assume that since you've got this yearbook in your hands now, you
must have survived 2003 relatively unscathed, and I can't help but find our school Your chief editor,
Derek Choong Shangxian
motto extremely felicitous in troubling times. Auspicium Melioris Aevi, or The
hope of a better age, is a phrase that strikes a chord in any Rafflesian. The trying The Rafflesian Editors wishes to thank:
times that we live in cry out for one fundamental human characteristic _ we live • The Board of Governors, the Old
in hope. It is hope that epitomizes us. Our school motto has been a rallying point
for generations gone, and generations to come. This issue of The Rafflesian is built Rafflesians Association and the Raffles
around that theme _ a juxtaposition of our remarkable history and the hope that Parents' Association.
comes along with it, against a stunning backdrop of 2003's memoirs. Savour it. • Headmaster of Raffles Institution,
Mr. Wong Siew Hoong.
Are we really T h e hope of a better age'?
Deputy Headmasters, Mr. S. Magendiran
Perhaps we should allow the contents of this yearbook to assess that, by doing a and Mr. Seet Ttat Hee, for their
sort of checklist. We reached our milestone 180th Founder's Day this year! Check! indispensable support.
To commemorate this momentous event, a myriad of festivities was lined up for
• Mrs. Tay Boon Eng and the Photography
Rafflesians young and old. This included the RI Gala Dinner, and the Founder's Club for their invaluable assistance
Day Celebrations at Suntec City in June. 180 years is certainly no mean feat, and • Mr. Chia Chek Ngee, Lau Kai Cher
and the RI Archives and Museum
something to be cherished. for their kind support.
• The Media Resource Department,
In "They Saw", meet some familiar faces who have been pivotal in shaping our in particular staff members of the
school's future. In "Memories", journey back in time to the past campuses of RI, Hullett Memorial Library.
and rediscover the past that we derive our hope from. In "They Conquered", we • The staff and students who have
recall the grit and implacable nature displayed by many of the competing and provided essential information,
performing CCAs, in spite of the changes in our CCA calendar, many groups articles and photographs.
adapted well and succeeded. Check, check, and check. • And all others who have contributed in
one way or another to the publication of
Lastly, what good is a school without the guarantee that the people it consists of
are representative of its motto? I specifically salute two groups of people, the first The Rafflesian 2003
being our teachers for imparting the essence of humanity to us, the second, my
fellow batch-mates. The class of 2003 has gained new ground in the sphere of
Service-Learning. As young Sec 1s, we participated in the RI-Minds Sports Carnival,
How has the Rafflesian Experience of 4 years What is your most memorable moment?
changed your life? Sec 1 Orientation camps - 2000 and 2003.
There have been so many changes, the most Orientation 2000 was probably the first real
significant being that of character and abilities. camp that I had ever experienced. I was very
Before I entered RI I was rather aloof, thinking excited and enthusiastic at that time, although
that I was one of the smartest people around. my parents were very worried. I looked forward
Of course I was humbled and proven totally wrong as there will always to it. I vividly remember my PSLs, the A-huts, Jelly Hill and the Walk
be people in this school who are better than me, be it in academics or of Initiation.
Orientation 2003 brought back many memories as I returned to Sarimbun
What is your most memorable moment? Campsite, this time, as a PSL. It was a very exciting time with the sec
Without a doubt, it has to be receiving the school file at the Graduation Is. Also, it reminded me of the times I had spent in my orientation
Ceremony from my form teachers. Four years of my life flashed through camp, as well as how quickly time flies. I also got to know more about
my mind just as dozens of camera flashes lit up among the audience. my friends, as well as make new friends.
Some final words for your juniors, please. Some final words for your juniors, please.
Seize most of the opportunities that the school offers. For example, if Time flies. For those still wearing shorts, and can't wait to wear trousers,
you can afford to go overseas on a learning journey trip, don't miss the you will soon be wearing them and wishing you had more time. For
opportunity! Life can be extremely unpredictable and it is impossible those who think life is about academics, regret it now, and start living.
to turn back the clock! The occurrence of the SARS outbreak cancelled Life is not all about that. Start by making more friends or taking part
all school activities during the mid part of 2003, including the learning in school activities, you will enjoy and remember it when you leave
journey trips, which I had intended to sign up for. school. Of course, when the time comes, study hard.
Also, do your best in everything you do, keeping an open and positive "You will not remember how much you scored for your tests, but you
mind. This means focusing on the positive aspects of your activities, will remember the friends and fun you had in school."
be it making new friends or learning new important skills. With such
an attitude, plunging into projects and attending training will be very
H o w has the Rafflesian Experience of 4 years changed your life? had put in throughout the entire month, such as some long hours and
This wonderful experience means so much to me. I've felt that what sleepless nights writing scripts, was worth it.
I've done in my 4 years here has been more than double what I've ever
done in my life. I think that I've experienced something I would never This is your last year. What do you feel about leaving the school?
have been able to experience at any other school. I feel a mixed emulsion of excitement as well as a sense of nostalgia.
I am excited that I have grown from whatever this school has instilled
T h e most fundamental change was that I learnt that school life is not in me and that in one way or another, it will come in useful and handy.
all about studies. T h e Rafflesian experience encompasses life outside I am excited about looking at my future prospects.
the classroom, in terms of the many activities with our CCA mates,
classmates, and friends. The friendships that I have forged with many On the other hand, I feel sad that after 4 memorable years, I may not
people, whom I had no idea of when I first saw them in Sec 1, have be able to be with my friends again. I will miss the teachers for all
been truly something I will cherish forever. We must also learn to cope their tolerance and understanding of our misbehaviour and
with many things at a time, and with the kind of expectation that we procrastination, and they have actually given me the added drive that
put on ourselves as well as the Rafflesian tradition of excellence, we I need to achieve for the stars.
are bound to do well in all our endeavours.
The facilities, the people, the different spheres of excellence, and most
What is your most memorable moment? importantly, the Rafflesian experience will forever have a place deep
It was when I represented the school for Malay debates in Sec 3. I was in my heart.
the only Sec 3 that made it to the team. We were underdogs when we
entered the competition and were up against a former finalist initially. Some final words for your juniors, please.
We won the debate rather convincingly. There are so many things that you can do and you should take and
claim whatever opportunity that comes your way, involving yourself
To make the achievement sweeter, the morning of the finals was also in bringing the school to greater heights. It would be wonderful to
our annual inter-school Malay dance competition - Juara Tari - which see the juniors venture into uncharted territories. That is the gusto
was held in school. That day witnessed the true sense of the term the and gung-ho attitude that many other seniors and I would like to see
Rafflesian Spirit as we worked and toiled and made sure everything in future Rafflesians.
went to plan. Furthermore, the Debaters had emerged victorious in
their Finals the night before, we had added incentive to score a double
for the school. Even though that did not happen, all the work that we
Raffles and I Much of my Raffles memories as a student also centred around my
A reflection of my personal relationship with Raffles Institution co-curricular activities in the RI National Police Cadets Corps and
the RI Lifeguard Corps. The drills under the hot sun instilled in me
I have had very close association with Raffles throughout my life. discipline, sense of order and strong conception of what teamwork
Raffles therefore means much to me. means. Each camp was an adventure and an opportunity to experience
something different. My foray into the lifeguard corps was an epitome
My first association with Raffles like many of us was when I had to of my adventurous spirit too. The school pool was just opened, I
opt for a secondary school. Being a top neighbourhood schoolboy, just learnt how to swim. I thought that I could improve my swimming
I remember vividly I was contemplating between a neighbourhood further and at the same time contribute to the school through the
secondary school near my home in Queenstown and Raffles Institution. unusual way of volunteering as pioneer lifeguards. I learnt much
What clinched this milestone decision was when I consulted my about lifesaving, about organizing events and work, about responsibility
Form Teacher. She unhesitatingly encouraged me to register RI as and about looking after others. Most of all, in both RINPCC & RI
my first choice. That decision made all the difference! Lifeguard Corps, where I had many opportunities to provide
instructions in drills, campcraft, first aid and lifesaving, the seeds of
Upon receiving my posting to Raffles, I remember I was elated. I ran my teaching career were sown. I found that I enjoyed working with
all the way home to inform my family. Reporting to RI at Bras Basah the juniors. I discovered the joy of sharing with others what I know.
in December 1971, my first step into the Raffles Family, was an awe- I relished the ability to contribute. I was enjoying school, both in
inspiring experience for me. The hall was cavernous and steeped in and out of the classroom and doing well. What more can I do but
history and tradition. Like many of us, wearing the RI badge was one to pursue a career in teaching.
of the proudest moments in my life.
Therefore when I was thinking about university and scholarship, I
My days in Raffles as a student were powerful learning experiences. tended towards one that would direct me to teaching. When I was
Raffles carved a strong impression in my formative years. Being put awarded a teaching scholarship, I accepted it wholeheartedly. Going
through the paces in the classrooms challenged my cognitive growth.
I can clearly recall the landmark growth in my academic career: the
conquest and fond passion for Mathematics. Doing practical criticism
and analysis in Literature, writing creative narratives to practice
English, studying about physical landforms in Geography, even
learning how to draw straight lines in technical drawing, all these
formed a firm foundation for my academic standing beyond. I learnt
how to learn and to enjoy it.
to University continued to be about Raffles. I chose immediately to Moving Raffles forward in the next few years means strengthening
stay in Raffles Hall. Whilst the hostel was not in any way linked to and consolidating that effort to broaden the curriculum so that our
RI, the namesake was enough for me. More powerfully, as a History Boys can be nurtured to be a thinker, a leader and a pioneer. As we
student, I chose as the topic of my Honours year thesis, the move each Rafflesian Boy towards these goals, we move the school
historiography surrounding Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles' role in the forward. In this process, we strengthen our position as the premier
founding of Singapore. By the end of my 100 page dissertation, I school in Singapore and through that process establish ourselves as
knew Raffles like an old friend. a world-class school, ready for the future.
It was therefore not surprising that I chose to do my teaching WONG SIEW HOONG
traineeship in RI. I taught History and EL for three months in RI at HEADMASTER
Grange Road. These 3 months formed a strong foundation and start
to my teaching career. However, unfortunately upon graduation 1 DECEMBER 2003
from the National Institute of Education, as much as I would like to
carry on teaching in RI, there was no vacancy for a history teacher.
My association with Raffles stopped for the next 15 years as I built
my teaching career in other schools and in MOE HQ.
It was indeed fortuitous that that when I was about to move out of
MOE HQ that the position of Headmaster RI became available.
Never in my wildest imagination did I think that I would return to
RI as Headmaster. With events unfolding quickly, the Board of
Governors of RI brought me back in December 1998 to head the
school. It was a tremendous honour for me to be able to return to
my alma mater to serve, especially at this critical time as the school
was on the threshold of the 21st century.
My response for RI in the 21st century is to broaden the curriculum,
creating an innovative and cutting edge curricular programme that
will make each Rafflesian Boy more responsive to the constantly
evolving environment around us. Much work has gone in and now
with the impending implementation of the Raffles Programme, we
have moved a long way towards achieving that goal.
REIGN OF EXCELLENCE
Raffles Institution's 180th birthday opened with a Gala
dinner, graced by Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong, to aid
the RJC building fund. Students were given commemorative
packages, comprising black t-shirts (which the school
donned on the opening day of celebrations), CDs and
albums depicting the school's illustrious history.
On the 3rd of June, the entire school gathered at Suntec City Convention Centre for the 180th Founder's Day celebrations,
which began with the staff procession and the marching in of Standard Bearers. The Guest of Honour, Minister for Education,
RADM Teo Chee Hean, gave his address after a superb multimedia presentation and the Headmaster's school report. Prizes
were awarded to Rafflesians and long-serving members of staff. Master John Samuel, Head Boy 2002 and recipient of the
Stamford Raffles Award, the top honour of the ceremony, gave the valedictory speech on behalf of his
batch. All Rafflesians then fervently sang "Rafflesians Salute your Alma Mater'.The celebrations ended with the spectacular
grand finale, which included an impressive pyrotechnic display. The guests then headed for a reception, where authentic letters
written by Stamford Raffles himself were showcased. All in all, the 180th Founder's Day
celebrations were befitting of an event of its magnitude.
Good Afternoon, Adm Teo Chee Hean, Minister for Education and very good school year. I will leave you to peruse the comprehensive
Second Minister for Defence, Professor Tan Ser Kiat, Chairman, RI data of the year under review, in the programme booklet presented
Board of Governors, Dr Chan Tat Hon, President, Old Rafflesians' to you. It suffices for me to say that we have much to celebrate for.
Association, Members of the Board of Governors, distinguished guests, With all these wonderful achievements, in the different areas of
Parents, Colleagues, Ladies and Gentlemen and Fellow Rafflesians. educational endeavours, we can be proud of our Rafflesian Boys.
They have indeed matched their predecessors of the past 180 years.
Welcome, welcome to RI's 180th Founder's Day. As the oldest school
in Singapore celebrating 180 years of history, it is indeed fitting that In the academic field, based on the 2001 O-level results, RI was
we have our Minister of Education join us in our celebrations. We declared, in August 2002, the top school, for the 6th time since
are also very happy that all our staunch supporters and the whole Straits Times published the top 50 schools listing. Based on the 2002
Rafflesian Community are able to be here in a strong symbol of results released three months ago, we are going to be number one,
togetherness as we appreciate our past, reflect on our present and once more for the 7th consecutive year. We congratulate the class
look forward to our future confidently. of 2002 for the excellent academic performance. This academic
excellence is also apparent from the 18 first places that our teams
180 years ago on 5 June 1823, a stone's throw away from where we won in inter-schools competitions ranging from Math and Science,
are now, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles laid the foundation stone on to creativity programmes, IT and Debating. Our academic programme
which Raffles Institution rose. It was 180 years of illustrious history, of course is successful not just for the quantitative results per se, but
of RI, as the premier school, being in the forefront of educational for the progressive programmatic enrichment and broadening that
developments. It was a proud legacy of producing leaders for our effectively develop our Boys into scholars and thinkers.
nation, in politics, government, business or community. It was 180
years of achievements in many spheres of education: academic, sports, The academic achievements are very well-balanced by the long list
uniformed activities, games and the arts. We are indeed privileged to of victories in the co-curricular areas. With 7 Golds, 9 Silvers and
be such a special school and to inherit such a rich tradition, a tradition 7 Bronzes in national schools championships, plus the distinctions
of excellence, encapsulated by what is well known as the Rafflesian of individual sportsmen who won many trophies or represented
Spirit. This Spirit is that feeling of belonging to this special institution,- Singapore or Singapore schools, we can be happy with our sporting
of sharing in everything it stands for. It is a sense of togetherness, developments. In particular, we can be exceptionally proud of our
it is a force that binds and inspires all of us to give off our best, to two sportsmen Ng Cheng Xun and Teo Wee Chin who represented
strive for nothing less than what we possibly can. Singapore at the Asian Games. Our 4th TAF Gold, our 6 gold awards
for best unit competitions for Uniform' Groups as well as the many
It is this Rafflesian Spirit that has prevailed strongly up till today. In public performances put up by our musical groups are also testimonies
reviewing the School performance in the period May 2002 to May of the vibrant CCA culture in RI and the well-rounded achievements
2003, I must say that this spirit has guided and led us to yet another of the Boys.
The highest honour in recognition of this well-roundedness is the our Boys can be better prepared for that future. This programme
President's Scholarship. Kevin Siew and Teo Shiyi from the Class of will be a new paradigm in the education landscape of Singapore. In
1999 were awarded the President's Scholarship, carrying on the working with the best and brightest, the Raffles Programme will be
tradition of many RI Boys winning the Scholarship before them. We a six-year course, built upon the philosophy and approaches of gifted
hope our current Rafflesians will be inspired to strive for these well- education. This also effectively brings us back to the days of six-
rounded qualities and leadership as exemplified by our scholars. year programme in RI prior to the 1980s. We will leverage on our
tradition of academic excellence and the strength of our current
All these augur well for the holistic development of the Boys into programmes, enhance them and elevate them to the next higher
leaders, team players and socially adept persons. Nevertheless, we level. Knitting RI, RJC &RGS together in an unprecedented way, the
want to continue to focus on nurturing Rafflesians Boys into men for Raffles Programme will generate a powerful synergy that will propel
others. A week ago, we raised over $3000 for the Courage Fund in us forward in our continuous journey towards educational excellence
support of fellow Singaporeans battling against SARS. In 4 days time, as a world class school.
we will be presenting another cheque of $35 000 to MINDs, our
adopted charitable organization. It is not just a material gift; our With this exciting prospect, let us ride on our fine tradition, celebrate
Boys will be organizing for MINDS a Special Sports Carnival so that our present as we look forward to another 180 years of excellence.
their MINDS counterparts will have a field day, playing telematch, I congratulate our prize winners and thank all of you, officials from
soccer, carnival games and eating ice cream with them. In the process, the Ministry of Education, industry and community partners, parents,
both RI and MINDS students will enjoy a more enriching relationship colleagues and fellow Rafflesians for your support and outstanding
and strengthen the concept of social integration. We are proud of effort that has enabled us to deliver our special brand of Rafflesian
the active role our Boys play in the community, nurturing them into education of the highest order so that we be the Hope of a Better
moral persons who will serve the common good of society and ready Age.
to take on the challenges of tomorrow.
Auspicium Melioris Aevi.
And tomorrow comes fiercely and quickly in the 21st century, a
century characterized by fast-paced changes, complexities and
unpredictability. Standing on the threshold of our 180th Anniversary,
we are ready to launch our Raffles Programme, our answer to how
It gives me great pleasure to join you this and Raffles Junior College, is a positive step towards embracing
evening to celebrate Raffles Institution's 180th innovation and holistic education. I have no doubt that the Raffles
Founder's Day and to officiate at your school's Programme will have a profound effect on subsequent generations of
award presentation ceremony. Rafflesians and nurture more diverse Singapore talents.
Raffles Institution (RI) has a rich history and While espousing innovation, we must also cherish time-honoured values
tradition spanning close to two centuries. It that are integral to our society and which have taken us to where we
gives you a strong foundation and ethos. Your are. When change is balanced with rootedness, innovation can co-
founder, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, was deeply committed to the exist with tradition. RI embodies this balance well, with its strong
cause of education. His bold vision and pioneering spirit when faced attachment to history and tradition and its commitment to innovation.
with opportunity and his determination to succeed laid the foundations
not only for the school but for many facets of the Singapore we know I am pleased that the school continues to uphold its core value of
today. To this day, Raffles Institution continues to inculcate in its meritocracy and that no student will be deprived of a place as long as
students the same attributes its founder possessed. This philosophy of he meets RI's criteria for entry. Singapore's success will also depend on
striving for greater heights has enriched RI's contributions to education the sense of belonging and rootedness of our talents as they take up
in Singapore through the years. the opportunities that abound in a more globalised world. As the future
generation that will drive Singapore, your commitment to the success
Raffles Institution has demonstrated this spirit of innovation in a number of our island-state will be critical in shaping the destiny of our country.
of ways. On the academic front, it played a part in the beginnings of
post-secondary education in Singapore by contributing to the I am confident that Raffles Institution will continue to innovate and be
development of the Cambridge Examinations and the Queen's among leaders as you meet the challenges ahead in the tradition and
Scholarship. On the co-curricular Iront, the first-ever army cadet corps spirit of your founder.
started in RI in 1901, thereby laying the foundations for the National
Cadet Corps movement in Singapore. It was one of two secondary I would like to extend my heartiest congratulations to all prize recipients
schools that offered gifted education in 1984. The school also set up today and to the staff members who will be awarded their respective
boarding facilities in 1995 to support parents responding to the service awards. My compliments to the teachers also, whose tireless
government's call to go global. nurturing and guidance would have played a significant part in realising
the achievements that we are celebrating today. I am also pleased that
RI has put in place a robust IT infrastructure, including wireless IT special recognition is accorded your partners for their contributions to
technology, to transform the school campus into a big computer the school's educational programme.
laboratory to facilitate teaching and learning. This IT infrastructure
enables you to experiment with a virtual school programme every year. I congratulate Raffles' Institution on your 180th Founder's Day and
wish the school every success in the years ahead. That success will be
Let us encourage and harness this spirit of educational innovation as measured by the seeds you sow for the success of our nation - the way
we take on the exciting new world of the 21 st century. As the remaking your founder intended it to be.
of Singapore continues, we need a greater innovative spirit to face an
unpredictable future. The effort to nurture this spirit of creativity and Thank you.
innovation must start with our education system, our schools and our
students. We must Build within our system a predilection for new and
inspiring approaches to education.
I am pleased that RI has continued to adapt to changing circumstances
in an innovative way. Your move to introduce the Raffles Programme
as an Integrated Programme in 2004, jointly with Raffles Girls' School
Ranking of Secondary Schools 2002 Percentage of distinction by subject
For the sixth consecutive year, RI has been ranked number one in the list
of top 50 schools (express stream), with a mean I..1R5 score of 7.8, in the
annual Straits Time's Ranking Exercise 2002.
Singapore-Cambridge CCE O' Level Results 2002
Once again, the RI Boys did very well at the 2002 GCE 'O' level examinations
when the results were released on 28 Feb 03. Our total candidature of 428
pupils, 69.4% have obtained 5 Als and above, with 60 candidates obtaining
9 A1 s and more. The mean subject grade of 1.63 and mean LlR5 grade of
7.8 are comparable with those of previous cohorts of RI pupils.
Top GCE 'O' Level Pupils
Raffles Institution has produced one of the six top Secondary 4 pupils in
Singapore (Eoon Zizhen Benedict). The school also produced one of the
four top Malay pupils (Mohamad Zhafri B. Mohamad N), one of the top
Indian pupils (Apoorva Murarka) and the top Eurasian pupil (Mathew James
Number of Pupils Who scored 20 points or Less in LlR5
Number of pupils who scored 5 or more A1 Distinctions
Academic Achievement Award
Chan Wai Kit Lim You Yu Benson Academic Prizes
Chua Si Ming Gordon Lim Yu Xian
Du Yanzhu Liu Hongwan Zhao Haobo
Liang Lifei Low Jian Neng Mark Chan Wai Kit
Mogilan S/O Mohan Ng Wai Keong Chua Si Ming Gordon
Neo Zheng Yue Ng Zi Ming Joseph
Tan Yiwei Jireh Oh Eng Seng Du Yanzhu
Apoorva Murarka Ong Xing Cong
Aw Yang Song Ooi Sui Kai Gideon Liang Lifei
Boon Jia Shen Pek Yipeng Albert Mogilan S/O Mohan
Chan Tai Kit Qian Li Neo Zheng Yue
Chen Zhaonan Sivashankar S/O Subnaraniam Tan Yiwei Jireh
Cheo Wee Keat Sun Baoluo
Chew Yuan Xiang Sun Bing Rui Colours Award
Foo Song Chuan Aaron Tan Wei Li
Goh Wen Yang Tan Yan Ming Nicholas Law Gin Way
Cwee Yee Lun Thng Zheng Xian Lu Weixun Wilson
Huang Yukun Tng Sheng Rong Peh Shing Hao
John Nehemiah Samuel Toh Yue Peng Tu Yu Xun Xavier
Lee Cheah Chong Dick Wan Yingheng Jasmeet Singh S/O Ranjit Singh
Lee Eng How Roger Wong Jun Ming Muhd Yazid B Ninsalam
Lee Hsien Xiong Raphael Wong Li-en Daniel Nikhil Gautam
Lee Linus Wong Wing Chung Andy Shakaanthan Ambedkar
Lee Yicheng Andrew Wu Duanzhcng Terence Ang Wee Kiat Emerson
Li Junru Yang Minyi Jeremy Khoo Ping Rong
Lim Chang Mou YongEnming Lau Chia Ming Justin
Lim Jun Ming Zheng Shenglong Conrad Ong Tze Ming
Lim Sing Yong Wong Jun Ming
Chia Bing Liang
Academic Prizes Mohammad Raihan B Mohd Khalid
Muhammad Adil B Ahmad Hatib
Amogh Nallan Chakrararti Rajendran Kylash
Arya Pradipta Tedjasaputra Tan Ee Sing Alvin
Teng Jian Xi
Ashraf Hyder Yusoff M Ng Cheng Xun
Chong Qi Lin Andrew Ser Jin
Ian Chung Yao Wen
Eoon Zizheng Benedict Tan Teng Ho Andrew
Iwan Permana Djanali
Lee Wei Xun
Nathan Gopal S/O
Ngju Sen Nicholas
Ngeow Kao Chin
Sng Tiap Ching
Soh We iJie
Wu Hong King
Service Award Seah Yee Shen
Liew Jian Xiong
Liang Kai Cheng Wang Ning
Tan Yong Xiang Ambrose Xu Junling
Chen Tian'en Jonathan Mohamed Ashraf B Mohamad Y
Zhang Ruyuan Shaun Gwee Yee Lun
Chathapuram Sesham Kaushik Hong Qiantai
Hong Qiantai Su Weixiang
Mccurdy Alexander Tan Tan Jianzuo
Tham Kit Mun Christopher Tay Jie Ming
Loh Jian Yuan Lee Kwok Onn
Chua Si Ming Gordon Chong You Quan
John Nehemiah Samuel Joseph Firmansyah
Lai Zhiyang Chetan Anil
Oh Eng Seng Wu Wei Chyuan Winston
Poh Yen Yeong Wang Ning
Chew Yuan Xiang Yap Qi Rong Timothy Charles
Ooi Su Kai Gideon Muhammad Nizam B Abdul Aziz
Soo Hang Jian Lim Yu Xian
Koh Fang Yong Kenneth Sng Tiap Ching
Lim Jun Ming Ngiam Song Wee
Tan Wei Lei Ang Yi Han
Leong Fu Sheng Eugene Muhammad Yazid B Ninsalam
Lee Wen Jun Edwin Tan Zhi En
Mogilan S/O Mohan Yau Wen Kien
Tsao Wen Jie Nicholas Gay Shan Gabriel
Ku Ren Yu Chiam Dao-yuan Eugene
Mok Chien Yee Melvin Yeo Wei Liang Sherman
Ang Boo Kwan
Poh Yang Shan Julian
Lee Hsien Xiong Raphael
Tan Heng Huat Jason
Zheng Shenglong Condrad
Lau Chee Chong
Ng Zi Ming Joseph
Ngiam Song Wee
Special Awards Sec 1-3 Academic Prizes
Chan Yizhang Name Of Pupil
Ng Tong Hin Sec 1
Muhammad Ilman B Mohd Adil Abdul Hadi B Abdul Wahab
Kwek Swee Sen Alex Tan Wee Kian
John Nehemiah Samuel Chan Shao Ming Desmond
Ashraf Hyder Yusoff Maniam Chow Zhi Hao Timothy
Hong Qiantai David Chan Tar Wei
Mogilan S/O Mohan Indra Alam Syah Aziz
Oh Eng Seng Joash Kwek Zhi'en
YauWen Kien Kong Yingjie Kenneth
Amogh Nallan Chakravarti Lo Yiu Wah Daniel
Jasmeet Singh S/O Ranjit Singh O n g Yi Kai
Ang Wee Kiat Emerson
Ng Cheng Xun Seliyan S/O Sil Varajoo
Wee Liang En Ian
Teo Wee Chin
Oh Eng Seng Wong Kangwei Timothy
John Nehemiah Samuel
Friends of RI Awards Anshul Modi
Agilent Technologies Singapore Janarthanam Lokesh
Pte Ltd Kwan Rui
Mr. Kelvin Seah Kuan Joo Lim Jia Cong
Mr Lyndon Can Wan Siew Lim Xuan Han Kory
Mok Zhun Rui
Staff Long Service Awards
Mok Zhun Wei
Mr Jai Singh
Mr Tan Puay Hock Muhammad Ilman B Mohd Adil
Mr Mohammed Azhar Bin Yusof Pang Jiang Yan
Mr Pillay Krishnan Tan Kar Tong
Mrs Eunice Tay Yang How Tay Rong En
Mrs Leong Chee Hoong Toh Weilong Eric
Mr Eng Han Seng Wee Liang Yi Justin
Wong Jiexiang Jason
Mdm Tong Ying Xian Wu Shihong Marcus
Mrs Kua Miew Kheng Zhao Yan
Mr Takehiro Oura
Mdm Leong Siew Fong
Mr Ong Chiau Jin
Mr Danny O n g Seng Kiat
Ms Kanmany D/O Doraisamy
Mr Jeffrey Chan Wai Meng
Mdm Cheow Moon Hoe
Mrs H o Wai Lin
Mrs Tan Mui Hong
Mr Velayutham Jeyakumaran
Mr Joseph Wong
Service to Education Award
Dr Chan Peng Mun
Sec 1-3 Academic Prizes
Name Of Pupil
Anand Nageswaran Bharath
Ang Jian Peng
Bai Zhihong Leon
Chew Si Yuan
Choong Yew Thong
David Hadrian Handono
Ding Lee Huat Andrew
Hong Wen Xian
Kitson Edward Symes
Liang Jun Jie
Muhammad Fairuz B
Neo Zi Jian
Ng Qi Sheng
Oh Yu Jin
Shaikh Abdul Matin
Soh Eng Shing
Soh Yong Sheng
Tan Teck Tee
Tan Zhong Xing
Tay Kiat Siong Jonathan
Woon Tian Hao Benjamin
Yap Han Ming Jonathan
Top School In the Straits Times School ASEAN Schools Swimming Championships in Malaysia
Ranking Exercise 2003 4 GOLD, 3 SILVER, 3 BRONZE
• Nicholas Teo Wei Xian
7th consecutive year • Benjamin Ng Kee Guan
• Marcus Josef Lee
Sustained Achievement Award for Sports • Jeffrey Su Shi Rong
• Lim Zhi Cong
5th time winner
3rd Asian Age-Group Swimming Championships in China
Sustained Achievement Award for • Shawn Lee
Table Tennis Championships in Indonesia
5th time winner • Jason Ho Jiaren
• Lee Han Ting
Sustained Achievement Award for
Physical Fitness Singapore Sports Awards
2nd time winner • Melcolm Huang-National Optimist Team (Sailing)
• Teo Wee Chin-National Optimist Team (Sailing)
Prime Minister's Book Prize • Teo Wee Chin-Sailing
• Ngeow Kao Chin • Ng Cheng Xun-Swimming
• Tan Chian Fern • Clarence Lee Tian How-Table Tennis
• Zou Long • Jason Ho Jia Ren-Table Tennis
• Julian Lim
NASSA Excellent Schools Performance Awards
Lee Kuan Yew Award for Mathematics and Science Highest participation rate
• Lim Yu Xian
• Ngeow Kao Chin International Olympiad for Informatics in USA
• Liang Junjie
President's Scouts Awards • Daniel Chia
• Tan Qing Cheng (01 Scouts)
• Alex Chan Jing Quan (02 Scouts)
• Joshua Ng Zi Lie (02 Scouts)
• Tay Hui Muh (02 Scouts)
REPRESENTING SINGAPORE IN SPORTS/GAMES
Queensland Swimming Open and Age Group Championship
1 GOLD, 1 SILVER, 4 BRONZE
• Jeffrey Su Shi Rong
• Marcus Josef Lee
• Nicholas Teo Wei Xian
• Lim Zhi Cong
President's Scholarships 2002 Local Merit Scholarship (Open)
Two RI boys from the Class of 1999, Teo Shiyi and Kevin Siew Zhi Xiang
(Vice-Head Boy of 1999) were awarded the prestigious President Scholarship Tan Weichuan (Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore)
2002. Toh Kaiyang (Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore)
Winston Tan Weiming (Electrical Engineering, National University of Singapore)
SAF Overseas Scholarship
Kevin Sinew Zhan Xian (Bio-Engineering and Economics, Stanford U, USA) Prime Minister's Book Prize
Timothy Ang Pei-Zheng (History, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge U, UK)
Tan Jian Long (Electrical Engineering, Mass Institute of Tech, USA) PSLE Category — Sec 1I (2002)
Sean Wat Jianwen (Economics and Mathematics. Stanford U, USA) Wee Liang En Ian
Singapore Police Overseas Scholarship GCE 'O' Level Category Sec 4C (2001)
Loh Wee Lee (Economics and Mathematics, Cornell University, USA) Lee Long Jin Bjorn Sec 4C (2001)
Liang Yinwei Sec 4E (2001)
Overseas Merit Scholarship (Open) Chua Seng Tat Sec 4L (2001)
Teo Shiyi (Biomedical Engineering, Duke University, USA) Wang Jiun-Haur Sec 4P (2001)
Lee Deqi (Mathematics, Op Research, Statistics and Economics, U of Warwick, Zeng Hongde Nicholas
Tan Li Sheng (History, Christ's College, Cambridge U, UK) Lee Kuan Yew Award for Mathematics and Science 2002
He Xinghong (Economics, University of Chicago, USA)
Allan Phua Wei Liang (Economics, University of Chicago, USA) NgYau Hong Sec 4B (2001)
Calvin Chong (Economics and Urban Planning/ Intl Studies, U of Columbia, Tan Shin Eik Sec 4P (2001)
USA) Tan Kee Tee Lawrence Sec 4P (2001)
Titus Lee Huisheng (Economics/ Engineering, Northwestern U, USA)
Lee Kwok Ming (Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Overseas Merit Scholarship (Legal Service)
Kenneth Wong Weixiong (Law, Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, UK)
Overseas Merit Scholarship (Teaching)
Chua Cheng Zhan (Math Methods in Social Sc and Economics, Northwestern
Singapore Government Scholarship (Open)
Huang Juejing (Engineering in Japan)
Singapore Government Scholarship (Foreign Service)
Qiu Junyu (international Relations, University of Leeds, UK)
The Guest of Honour, Mr. Raymond Lim (Old Boy - Class of 1977), Minister of
State for Foreign Affairs and Trade and Industry, spoke on "The Global Developments
of the 21st Century: What it means for Singapore."
In his hour-long lecture, Mr. Lim put into perspective the challenges that Singapore
faced. He stressed that as a small country, Singapore needs to constantly adapt
itself to remain relevant in a constantly changing world. Mr. Lim spoke on how
globalization "has compressed space and accelerated time", simultaneously "integrating
the world and dividing it", thereby blurring national boundaries and identities and
how technology has changed the ways of doing business. With this, he said that
the two key factors to succeed are creativity and entrepreneurship.
Singapore, he stressed, could not compete on cost alone and needs to foster
innovation and creativity. Also, as "iron bowl" jobs become a rarity, people will be
changing jobs more often, and hence, entrepreneurship should be encouraged.
These aims may be achieved by
modifying the education system
to train students to become
flexible, adaptable and
Mr. Lim concluded his attention-
grabbing speech by emphasizing
that Singapore's future success
depends on how we make use of
opportunities around us.
COL (RET) KWAN YUE YEONG, MR LESLIE FONG, PROF TAN SER KIAT (CHAIRMAN),
MS JENNY LIM, DR LEE SOON TAI (till March 2003)
MR TERENCE LOH, LG LIM CHUAN POH (till June 2003), MR MUSTAZA BIN KASSIM,
MR K SHANMUGAM, DR N VARAPRASAD, MR WONG SIEW HOONG (HEADMASTER)
RADM (RET) KWEK SIEW JIN, MR KO KHENG HWA, DR.CHAN TAT HON
MRS TAN MUI HONG. MRS ELIZABETH FOO (CHAIRPERSON/STAFF WELFARE), MRS JANKITAMILSELVAN (YEAR HEAD1 ). MR DESMOND TAN (YEAR HEAD 2), MR JUSTIN PIERRE (HEAD/PUPIL WELFARE), MR MOHD AZHAR YUSOF (HEAD2/ PHYSICAL EDUCATION&
CO CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES). MRS CHERYL YAP (HEAD/INFORMATION SCIENCE), MR CHOW KIA MENG (SENIOR BOARDING MASTER) MR EDWARD NG (DIRECTOR/PUPIL DEVELOPMENT), MRS. MAGENDIRAN (DEPUTY HEADMASTER). MR WONG SIEW HOONG
(HEADMASTER), MRS TAN SIOK MUI (DIRECTOR/ACADEMIC STUDIES), MR BRIAN NG (HEAD/ENGLISH), MRS LIM JEENEE(HEAD 1/GIFTED EDUCATION PROGRAMME), MRS CHEAH POH TEEN (HEAD 2/GIFTED EDUCATION PROGRAMME), DR CHIONH YAN HUAY
(HEAD/HUMANTTIES), MRS THERESA LAI (HEAD/SCIENCE). MS YONG CHAI MAY (HEAD/MOTHER TONGUE LANGUAGES), MRS TAN CHIOU YEN (HEAD/MATHEMATICS), MRS JASBIR KOH (YEAR HEAD 3). MR NUR JOHARI (YEAR HEAD 4), MRS KUA MIEW KHENG
MRS NOORIZAN ALBAR, MRS PATRICIA NATHAN, MRS YAK SHEAU YANG. MDM SARIPAH BTE ABAS, MRS PHANG YA HUEI, MRS HO WAI LIN, MS CHEW SIEW KENG, MS HUANG YUTING, MRS YAU POOI HAR, MS CAO BO, MRS LEONG CHEE HOONG.
MS OEI GIOK LIONG, MS TANG SWEE NOI, MDM WEI LING, MRS FIONA CHONG, MRSNARAYANAN KALYANI, MS LIM SI HUI MS JUSTINA TAN,MS STEFANIE TAN, MRS NG HOON HOON, MRS NG HOON HOON, MRS MALANI D'CRUZ MRS PRISCILLA LIM MDDM HU LEI, MS GRACE CHONG
MRS GENEVIEVE MATTHEWS, MRS NEOH TERH LING, MRS MADELINE MAAS, MRS DOREEN ANG, MS AYMIE LIM, MS HO SU SIEW, MS HENG HUI JOO, MRS JANE KHOO, MS GERALDINE CHONG, MRS PHUA PECK HONG, MS SHARON XU.
MDM TONG YING XIAN, MRS LEOW GEOK HONG, MS SALINAH BTE SAWIPI
MRS CHAN SOCK CHIA MRS ONG WAI LING. MS SOH AI HOON, MDM LEONG SIEW FONG. MS TANG KEEN YEEN, MS QUAH SEOK WHEE, MRS EUNICE TAY MRS LOW MEI CHOO, MR JAI SINGH MR TAN PUAY HOCK, MR TEO CHUN MENG, MR COLIN CHEONG.
MR JOSEPH WONG, MR TAN CHEE WAN, MR LEE ENG KEAT, MR MARK WEE, MR EDWARD DE CRUZ, MR CHIA CHEK NGEE. MR PILLAY KRISHNAN, MR ERIC KOH, MR AGUSS BIN HASHIM, MR KWAN HOI SOON, MRS SHAUN YAP, MS TAN ER MIN, MS HAINE QUAH, MRS NEO
LI KHEANG, MS CHARMAINE CHIANG, MRS BEK SU LING, MRS ROSIE SMITH, MS ARLINA ALINA JOHNSON, MS KUANG SER YEE, MS WONG LAI LIN, MRS JASMINE CHONG, MS JACQUELINE SIM, MRS TAY BOON ENG, MS PEH LIAN HONG MS BEATRICE CHO MS CHENG FANG
MR TAN YEW MENG. MR KELWYN NG, MR DAVID COURT MR JERRY ANG, MR ENG HAN SENG. MR MIRIPURI CHANDRU GOBINDRAM. MR HOW YEW MENG, MR ZHANG MEISUO, MR ONG CHIAU JIN, MR GARY LIT. MR GREGORY GOH. MR NGOH SHAY PIAO.
MR PAUL LIM KAH WU, MR SYED ABDUL MALIK ALJUNIED, MR LIM BOON HUAT, MR LEONG KOK WENG. DR JEFFREY LEE, MR LEONG WEI SHIN, MR TAN LIANG SOON. MR LING KHOON CHOW. MR OTTO FONG MR KWA BENG HONG.
MR ERIC LEE, MR LESTER LIM MR V. JEYAKUMARAN. MR MUSTAFA BIN ALI, MR TAKEHIRO OURA
MR SEET TIAT HEE (2ND DEPUTY HEADMASTER), MR JEFFREY CHAN (HEAD /PHYSICAL EDUCATION & CO CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES), MR TEO CHOR HOWE, MR SITHURAJ S/O PONRAJ, MR KANG ENG HIOK, MDM MASAYU BTE MAHMUD
MR LAM NAM SOON (HEAD/INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS), MR TONY LEE (HEAD/IT)
Ms Beatrice Cho, Mrs Tan Mui Hong, Ms Peh Lian Hong, Mrs Ho Wai Lin, Mrs Chan Sock Chia
Mr Kelwyn Ng, Mr Kwa Beng Hong, Mrs Tan Chiou Yen, Mrs Ng Hoon Hoon,
Mr Chandru Mirpuri, Mr Gregory Gob
Mrs Kua Miew Kheng (SH/Chem), Mrs Yau Pooi Har, Ms Huang Yuling,
Mrs Theresa Lai (HSC), Ms Wong Lai Lin, Ms Soh Ai Hoon, Mrs Leong Siew Fong
Mr Mark Wee (SH/Phy), Mr Otto Fong, Mr Gary Lit, Dr Jeffery Lee (Prog Head/Research Prog),
Mrs Elizabeth Foo (ST/Bio), Ms Grace Chong, Mr Leong Kok Weng, Mr Desmond Tan (YH2),
Mr Leow Teng Hong (Relief Teacher), Mr Ling Khoon Chow
Mdm Tong Ying Xian, Mdm Narayanan Kalyani, Ms Yong Chai May, Mdm Leow Geok Hong, Mrs Phang Ya Huei
Mdm Cao Bo, Mdm Salinah Bte Sawipi, Mdm Hu Lei, Mr V Jeyakumaran, Mr Zhang Mei Suo,
Mr Tan Puay Hock, Ms Cheng Fang, Mrs Phua Peck Wong, Ms Heng Hui Joo
Not To Photo: Mdm Saripah Bte Abas
Mr Edward De Cruz, Mr Brian big, Mr Jai Singh
Ms Tang Keen Yeen, Mrs Noorizan Albar, Mrs Jane Khoo, Mr Colin Cheong, Ms Justina Tan,
Mr Tan Yew Meng, Mrs Jasbir Koh, Ms Quah Seok Whee, Mrs Patricia Nathan, Mr Chia Chek Ngee
Mr Aguss Bin Hashim, Mr Eric Koh, Mr Joseph Wong, Mr Justin Pierre
Mrs Ong Wai Ling, Ms Jacqueline Sim, Dr Chionh Yan Huay (HOD), Mrs Neoh Terh Ling,
Mrs Genevieve Matthews, Ms Geraldine Chong
Mr Syed Abdul Malik Aljunied, Mr Jeffery Chan (HEAD1,PE/CCA),
Mr Mohammed Azhar B. Yusof (HEAD2, PEICCA), Mr Eric Lee
Mr Chow Kia Meng, Mr Kwan Hoi Soon, Mr Ngoh Shay Piao, Mr How Yew Meng, Mr Eng Han Seng
Ms Noor Aisbah, Ms Sharon Xu
Mr Gurjit Gill, Mr David Nah, Mis Doreen Ng, Mr Tony Lee
Mr Suheime Mobd Huang, Mrs Tay Boon Eng, Mrs Cheryl Yap (HOD), Ms Oei Giok Liong, Mr Mohd Kasim Abu
Row 2 : Mrs Kua Miew Kheng, Mrs Florence Lee, Ms Kanmany Doraisamy
Mrs Janki Tamilselvan, Mrs Jashir Koh
Mr Desmond Tan, Mr Justin Pierre (HOD), Mr Paul Lim, Mr Alvin Goh,
Mr Ling Khoon Chow, Mr Nur Johari
Mr Leang Wei Shin, Mr Jerry Ang, Mrs Tay Boon Eng, Ms Charmaine Chiang, Mr Oura Takehiro
(from left to r i g h t ) Row I
Mdm Zalekha Syed Anwar, Mr Edward Ng (DPD), Mr S. Magendiran (DHM)
Mr Wong Siew Hoong (HM), Mr Chow Kia Meng (SBM), Ms Mary Wang
Mr Chia Chek Ngee, Mr How Yew Meng, Mr hong Kok Weng, Mr Paul Lim,
Mr Edward Yeong, Mr Eng Han Seng, Mr Colin Cheong
MR ONG CHIAU JIN, MRS JANKI NANDWANI TAMILSELVAN MRS LOW MEI CHOO, MS OEI CIOK LIONG. MRS CHEAH POH TEEN (HOD 2), MRS LIM JEE NEE (HOD 1),
MRS JASMINE CHONG, MRS MADELINE MAAS, MRS YAK SHEAU YANG. MR PILLAY KRISHNAN, MR NUR JOHARI
MS CHEW SIEW KHENG, MS TANG SWEE NOI. MR TEO CHUN MENG. MDM BEK SU LING, MRS NEO LI KHEANG. MRS ROSIE SMTH. MR TAN CHEE WAN. MR MUSTAFA BIN ALL
MS STEFAN IE TAN. MDM WEI LING, MRS LEONG CHEE HOONG, MS KUANG SER YEE, MS LIM SI HUI. DR CHIONH YAN HUAY, MRS EUNICE TAY
MRS DOREEN ANG. MR LEE ENG KEAT, MRS PRISCILLA LIM, MS ELAINE QUAH. MR DAVID COURT. MR LIM BOON HUAT, MR PAUL LIM. MRS SHAUN YAP,
MS TAN ER MIN, MRS MALANI D'CRUZ MS AYMIE LIM. MS ARUNA JOHNSON, MS HU SU SIEW
(from left to right Row 1:
MS WEE SIEW KHEEM, MR. SIM SIANG HOE, MR. GURJIT GILL MR. ALVIN GOH, MR. ANDREW TOK MR. WONG SIEW HOONG (HEADMASTER).
MR. S MAGENDIRAN (DHM), MRS. FLORENCELOW, MR. TONY LEE, MR. EDWARD YEONG, MS DOREEN NG.
MR. ALI HOZARI. MS ZALEKHA SYED ANWAR, MS KANMANY DORAISMY, MS MARY WANG, MS LAUREEN ANG. MS JAMALIAH BTE ASMAWI, MS JOEL LOH. MDM. NEO HEOK TEE,
MS YEO MEIFANG, MS FELIS CHENG, MRS. FLORENCE LEE, MDM. CHEOW MOON HOE, MS NOOR AISHAH, MS NORSIDAH M NOOR, MRS PAULINE LIM
MS JANE GOH, MDM ANG CHENG HONG, MS KOH KWEE MEI, MR. MOHD MUSTAFAH, MR. HAZAHAR BIN ARIFFIN, MR. SUHEIME BIN BUANG,
MR. DANNY ONG, MR. TAN CHENG LENG, MR. ANTHONY LIM. MR. BASRI A RAHMAN, MR. DAVID NAH, MR. YUSOPE HAMID.
Not in photo :
MRS GERARDINE KOH. MR. HE YUE JIN, MS AMANDA LOH, MR. MOHD KASIMBIN ABU, MS ROSNI BTE TALIB, MR. ZAKARIA BIN AZIZ