2012 Ranking of Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and Junior Colleges in Singapore.

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2012 Top 10 Ranked Schools in Singapore

With Singapore being nurtured into a meritocracy so obsessed with education and rankings (sigh!), its only natural to provide a list of the latest 2012 rankings for Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and Junior Colleges in Singapore. If you're interested to learn more about a specific school be sure to click on the individual school name. This will take you to its TSL page where you can read real reviews and experiences by ex students of the school.

2012 Top 10 ranked primary schools in Singapore

This is the top 10 out of the 177 primary schools in Singapore according to Edupoll's proprietary research.

  1. Nanyang Primary School
  2. Rosyth School
  3. Henry Park Primary School
  4. Tao Nan School
  5. Raffles Girls’ Primary School
  6. Anglo-Chinese School Primary & Junior School
  7. Singapore Chinese Girls’ School Primary
  8. Methodist Girls’ School Primary
  9. CHIJ St Nicholas Primary
  10. St Hilda’s Primary School

2012 Top 10 ranked Secondary Schools in Singapore

This is out of the 150+ secondary schools in Singapore - based on 2011 and 2012 PSLE COP intake scores through Ace Tutor's compilation. Note this is a reflection of the School's popularity with students while MOE's banding is based on the school's O Level performance.

Rank School 2012 Intake 2011 Intake
1  Nanyang Girls' High School 262 262
2  Raffles Girls' School 261 260
2  Raffles Institution 261 259
4  Hwa Chong Institution 258 257
4  National Junior College 258 257
6  Dunman High School 256 257
7  River Valley High 254 253
8  Methodist Girls' School 250 253
9  Cedar Girls' Secondary School 249 248
9  Chij St. Nicholas 249 249
11  Catholic High School 248 247
11  Singapore Chinese Girls 248 250

2012 Top 10 ranked Junior Colleges in Singapore

This is out of the 18 based on 2011 and 2012 cut off points in Ace Tutor's compilation.

Rank Junior College Science/IB Arts
1  Hwa Chong Institution 3 3
1  Raffles Institution 3 3
3  Victoria JC 4 5
4  Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) 5 5
4  National JC 5 5
6  Anglo-Chinese JC 6 7
6  Temasek JC 6 7
8  Anderson JC 8 10
9  Meridian JC 9 9
9  Nanyang JC 9 9
9  St. Andrew's JC 9 9

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Bryan loves exploring and sharing the best of Singapore and the best travel ideas with readers. He creates innovative start-ups that he hopes will allow him to live a life doing what he loves. He enjoys photography, film making, coding and writing - and the process of getting better at them. He is trying to learn fashion after someone said he looked like a 40 year old. He is not 40 years old.

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