Serangoon Junior College

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Serangoon Junior College
Maktab Rendah Serangoon
Opened March 1988
Closed 2019
Address 1033 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534768
Principal Mr Manogaran Suppiah
Vice Principal Mrs Koh Caiyu
Ms Shirley Yong
Ms Wang Siew Ping
Abbreviation SRJC
Vision Leaders and Learners driven with values and imagination.
Mission Inspiring all students to have the passion to learn, the heart to serve and the courage to lead.
Motto Discere Servire
(To Learn, To Serve)

Serangoon Junior College (SRJC) is a junior college in Singapore and was established on March 1988. It is located in Hougang, Singapore, offering two-year pre-university courses leading to the GCE Advanced Level examinations. The academic standards of Serangoon Junior College had been improving consistently, as it gained recognition as one of the leading government colleges in the district. This was complemented with the rise in admission standards of the college, from a cut-off point of 20 in the 1989 intake to 11 in the 2016 intake at the annual Joint Admission Exercise (JAE).

Anderson Junior College merged with Anderson Junior College in 2019 as announced on April 20, 2017. The merged school has been renamed as Anderson Serangoon Junior College, which is a combination of the two schools' names, having the "older" school's name in front. The last principal, Mr Manogaran Suppiah took over as the new principal for Anderson Serangoon Junior College.


Principal Years Served
Thomas Tan 1988 – 1996
Jenny Yong 1996 – 2002
Kok Chwee Kee 2002 – 2006
Tan Teck Hock 2006 – 2010
Wong-Cheang Mei Heng 2010 – 2014
Manogaran Suppiah 2014 – 2018

Notable Alumni[edit]

  • Paige Chua: Actress
  • Ya Hui: Actress
  • Roy Ngerng: Singaporean activist and blogger
  • Tiffany Teo: Mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter


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