Tampines Junior College

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Tampines Junior College
Maktab Rendah Tampines
Opened 1986
Closed 2019
Address 2 Tampines Avenue 9, Singapore 529564
Principal Ms Pamela Yoong
Vice Principal Mr Ang Yeou Peng
Mdm Tan Yin Leng
Mr Tan Eng Poh
Abbreviation TPJC
Vision A leader in every student.
Mission To inculcate excellence of achievement, a passion for learning and a zest for life.
Motto Aim and Achieve.

Tampines Junior College (TPJC) is a junior college in Singapore and was established in 1986. It is located in Tampines, 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.

TPJC began functioning as a centre of pre-university education on 11 April 1986. Pioneering teachers of the college held their first meeting in Tampines Primary School, while the first batch of students studied in a building which became Tampines Secondary School.

Tampines Junior College merged with Meridian Junior College in 2019 as announced on April 20, 2017. The merged school has been named as Tampines Meridian Junior College, which is a combination of the two schools' names, having the "older" school's name in front. The last principal, Ms Pamela Yoong took over as the new principal for Tampines Meridian Junior College.


Principal Years Served
Yahya Aljaru 1986 – 1992
Lee Kah Chuen 1992 – 1997
Susan Chan Yoke Kate 1997 – 2002
Goh Hwee Choo 2002 – 2006
Helen Choo Chieh Chen 2007 – 2014
Pamela Yoong 2015 – 2018

Notable Alumni[edit]

  • Amrin Amin: Politician, Member of Parliament
  • Jade Seah: Mediacorp artiste
  • Suhaimi Yusof: Actor and comedian
  • Faraliza Tan: Miss Singapore 2008


Junior Colleges ViewTalkEdit
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Others Dunman High SchoolHwa Chong InstitutionNUS High School of Mathematics and ScienceRaffles InstitutionRiver Valley High School
Defunct Innova Junior CollegeJurong Junior CollegeSerangoon Junior CollegeTampines Junior College