Secondary School Ranking 2023 (Based on AL)

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Secondary School Ranking 2023
NameExpress (Non Affiliated) COP (2023)
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) IP6
Raffles Girls' School (Secondary) IP6
Raffles Institution IP6
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) IP7
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School IP7
Hwa Chong Institution IP7
Nanyang Girls' High School IP7
National Junior College IP7
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)8
Catholic High School IP8
Cedar Girls' Secondary School IP8
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School8
Dunman High School IP8
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)8
Singapore Chinese Girls' School8
Singapore Chinese Girls' School IP8
St. Joseph's Institution IP8
Victoria School IP8
Catholic High School9
Cedar Girls' Secondary School9
River Valley High School IP9
Temasek Junior College IP9
Anderson Secondary School10
Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)10
Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary)10
Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary School10
St. Andrew's Secondary School10
St. Joseph's Institution10
Victoria School10
CHIJ Secondary (Toa Payoh)11
Chung Cheng High School (Main)11
Nan Hua High School11
Swiss Cottage Secondary School11
Bukit Panjang Govt. High School12
Crescent Girls' School12
Nan Chiau High School12
Chung Cheng High School (Yishun)13
Ngee Ann Secondary School13
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)13
Temasek Secondary School13
Yishun Town Secondary School13
Anglican High School14
CHIJ St. Joseph's Convent14
Clementi Town Secondary School14
Fuhua Secondary School14
Maris Stella High School14
Presbyterian High School14
St. Margaret's Secondary School14
Tanjong Katong Girls' School14
Tanjong Katong Secondary School14
Zhonghua Secondary School14
CHIJ St. Theresa's Convent15
Commonwealth Secondary School15
Dunman Secondary School15
Edgefield Secondary School15
Geylang Methodist School (Secondary)15
Holy Innocents' High School15
Kranji Secondary School15
Riverside Secondary School15
St. Hilda's Secondary School15
Bukit Batok Secondary School16
CHIJ Katong Convent16
Evergreen Secondary School16
Gan Eng Seng School16
Hua Yi Secondary School16
Jurong Secondary School16
St. Anthony's Canossian Secondary School16
Xinmin Secondary School16
Yusof Ishak Secondary School16
Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School17
Bowen Secondary School17
Pei Hwa Secondary School17
West Spring Secondary School17
Ang Mo Kio Secondary School18
Beatty Secondary School18
Bedok View Secondary School18
Christ Church Secondary School18
Deyi Secondary School18
Greendale Secondary School18
Hai Sing Catholic School18
Jurong West Secondary School18
Mayflower Secondary School18
Queensway Secondary School18
St. Gabriel's Secondary School18
Bukit View Secondary School19
Compassvale Secondary School19
Hillgrove Secondary School19
Kent Ridge Secondary School19
North Vista Secondary School19
Orchid Park Secondary School19
Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School19
Pasir Ris Secondary School19
Yuan Ching Secondary School19
Bedok Green Secondary School20
Bedok South Secondary School20
Jurongville Secondary School20
Naval Base Secondary School20
New Town Secondary School20
Peirce Secondary School20
Punggol Secondary School20
Seng Kang Secondary School20
St. Patrick's School20
Tampines Secondary School20
Unity Secondary School20
Woodgrove Secondary School20
Yishun Secondary School20
Zhenghua Secondary School20
Admiralty Secondary School21
Chua Chu Kang Secondary School21
Montfort Secondary School21
Woodlands Ring Secondary School21
Assumption English School22
Bartley Secondary School22
Bendemeer Secondary School22
Boon Lay Secondary School22
Broadrick Secondary School22
Bukit Merah Secondary School22
Canberra Secondary School22
Changkat Changi Secondary School22
Damai Secondary School22
Dunearn Secondary School22
East Spring Secondary School22
Fajar Secondary School22
Greenridge Secondary School22
Guangyang Secondary School22
Hougang Secondary School22
Junyuan Secondary School22
Juying Secondary School22
Loyang View Secondary School22
Manjusri Secondary School22
Marsiling Secondary School22
Meridian Secondary School22
Northbrooks Secondary School22
Northland Secondary School22
Outram Secondary School22
Peicai Secondary School22
Queenstown Secondary School22
Regent Secondary School22
Sembawang Secondary School22
Serangoon Garden Secondary School22
Serangoon Secondary School22
Springfield Secondary School22
Westwood Secondary School22
Whitley Secondary School22
Woodlands Secondary School22
Yio Chu Kang Secondary School22
Yuhua Secondary School22
Yuying Secondary School22

Tips: The secondary school ranking table (Based on Express [Non-Affiliated] COP) is interactive and sortable. You can easily rearrange the data by clicking on any column header, providing a seamless user experience similar to using a spreadsheet application like Excel.

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Secondary School Ranking in Singapore for 2023 / 2024

Our secondary school education system is highly regarded for its excellence and emphasis on holistic development. As we explore the key factors contributing to the success of schools and the highly anticipated cut-off points, parents and students can gain valuable insights for the upcoming 2023 / 2024 rankings.

PSLE and Integrated Programme (IP):

The Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) plays a pivotal role in determining the academic journey of students. Aspiring scholars often aim for renowned institutions such as River Valley High School, Hwa Chong Institution, Raffles Girls’ School (Secondary), Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Raffles Institution, Catholic High School…etc. , known for their stellar performance in both academic and co-curricular activities. The Integrated Programme (IP) offers a comprehensive and seamless educational journey spanning six years, culminating in the prestigious GCE A-Level examination, International Baccalaureate Diploma, or NUS High School Diploma.

One distinctive feature of the Integrated Programme is that students are exempted from the GCE O-Level examination typically taken in Secondary 4. This exemption allows students to delve deeper into their studies and explore a broader range of subjects, fostering a more holistic and in-depth learning experience.

By bypassing the O-Level examination, students in the Integrated Programme can fully immerse themselves in higher-level coursework, research opportunities, and specialized modules tailored to their academic interests and aspirations. This unique educational pathway paves the way for a smoother transition to higher education and opens up a world of possibilities for students to excel and thrive academically.

Here is the ranking table for IP school – Year 2023 / 2024:

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) IPSouthNil4-7
Catholic High School IPNorthNil4-8(M)
Cedar Girls' Secondary School IPEastNil4-8
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School IPNorthNil4(D)-7(M)
Dunman High School IPEastNil5(D)-8(M)
Hwa Chong Institution IPWestNil4(D)-7(M)
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) IPWestNil4-6
Nanyang Girls' High School IPWest4(D)-8(M)4(D)-7(D)
National Junior College IPSouthNil4-7
Raffles Girls' School (Secondary) IPSouthNil4-6
Raffles Institution IPSouthNil4-6
River Valley High School IPWestNil4(M)-9(M)
Singapore Chinese Girls' School IPNorthNil5-8
St. Joseph's Institution IPSouthNil4-8
Temasek Junior College IPEastNil5-9
Victoria School IPEastNil5-8

Tips: The IP school ranking table is interactive and sortable. You can easily rearrange the data by clicking on any column header, providing a seamless user experience similar to using a spreadsheet application like Excel.

Special Assistance Plan (SAP) schools:

Cut-off points play a crucial role as benchmarks, determining the minimum scores needed for admission to certain schools. These points are revised annually by the Ministry of Education (MOE), considering factors such as demand and available vacancies. Secondary schools like Anglican High, Catholic High, CHIJ Saint Nicholas Girls’, Chung Cheng High, Dunman High…..etc. are categorized under the Special Assistance Plan (SAP), which play a pivotal role in immersing students in the vibrant Chinese culture and language. By providing a nurturing environment, they effectively develop bilingual and bicultural talent. These schools are an integral part of Singapore’s commitment to preserving and practicing diverse cultures, religions, and languages, while fostering a strong Singaporean identity.

Here is the ranking table for SAP Schools – Year 2023 / 2024:

SchoolAreaGender2023 Cut Off Point
Anglican HighTanah MerahMixed14
Catholic HighBishanBoys only8
CHIJ Saint Nicholas Girls’Ang Mo KioGirls only7
Chung Cheng HighMarine ParadeMixed11
Dunman HighTanjong RhuMixed8
Hwa Chong InstitutionBukit TimahBoys only7
Maris Stella HighToa PayohBoys only14
Nan Chiau HighSengkangMixed12
Nan Hua HighClementiMixed11
Nanyang Girls’ HighBukit TimahGirls only7
River Valley HighBoon LayMixed9

Tips: The SAP school ranking table is interactive and sortable. You can easily rearrange the data by clicking on any column header, providing a seamless user experience similar to using a spreadsheet application like Excel.

Finding the Perfect Match:

While rankings undoubtedly carry weight, it is essential to take into account a multitude of factors when making a decision about a secondary school. These factors encompass a range of considerations such as the school’s core values, proximity to your residence, teaching approaches, availability of extracurricular activities, as well as the distinction of being an Independent, IP, or SAP school. Together, these elements contribute to a comprehensive and well-rounded educational experience.

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To ensure an informed selection, parents and students should actively explore different options and seek information from official sources that provide reliable insights. By carefully evaluating these factors, parents and students can make a thoughtful and informed choice that aligns with their educational goals and aspirations.

In the ever-changing landscape of secondary education in Singapore, it is crucial to grasp the intricacies of rankings, cut-off points, and the distinctive features offered by each school. By considering factors beyond rankings alone, such as the school’s ethos and curriculum, families can discover the perfect fit for their child’s educational journey.