Temasek Junior College

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Temasek Junior College
Maktab Rendah Temasek
Opened 1977
Address 22 Bedok South Road, Singapore 469278
Principal Mrs Low Ay Nara
Vice Principal Mrs Lim Kia Huan
Mr Foo Yong Howe
Mr Mark Chan
Abbreviation TJC
Vision Broaden Minds, Touch Hearts, Enrich Lives.
Mission An institute of distinction; A dynamic learning culture; A caring TJC family.
Motto For College, For Nation

Temasek Junior College (TJC) is a junior college in Singapore and was established in 1977. It is located in Bedok. The college admits students for the six-year Integrated Programme and the two-year pre-university course, both culminating in the GCE Advanced Level national examination. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall wife of Prince of United Kingdom, visited Temasek Junior College in 2017.

Temasek Junior College was established in 1976 as the second government junior college in Singapore, with the intake of its pioneer batch of students the following year. The College was the second to bear the reference to the nation, after National Junior College. The name "Temasek", a reference Singapore which meant "a maritime island", was adopted to honour the resilience, fortitude and courage of the nation's forefathers.

In 1982, Temasek Junior College became one of the pre-university centres to offer its variation of the Humanities Scholarship Programme (HSP), co-ordinated by the Ministry of Education.


Principal Years Served
Wee Heng Tin 1977 – 1979
Eugene Wijeysingha 1980 – 1985
Goh Chi Lan 1986 – 1988
Robert Tan Hui Sen 1989 – 1999
Cheong Poh Gek 2000 – 2001
Lim Lai Cheng 2002 – 2005
Loke-Yeo Teck Yong 2006 – 2011
Susan Leong 2012 – 2015
Low Ay Nar 2016 – present


Cultural and Performing Arts Service and Enrichment Sports
  • Chinese Drama Society
  • Chinese Orchestra
  • Choir
  • Drama Club
  • Debate
  • Guitar Club
  • Indian Cultural Society
  • Malay Cultural Society
  • Modern Dance Club
  • String Ensemble
  • Symphonic Band
  • Debate
  • First Aid Unit
  • Infocomm Club
  • LEO Club
  • Science Council
  • Students' Council (through election)
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Bowling
  • Cross Country
  • Floorball (Boys only)
  • Netball
  • Outdoor Adventure Club
  • Shooting
  • Soccer
  • Squash
  • Swimming
  • Table-Tennis
  • Taekwondo
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Water Polo (Girls only)

Notable alumni[edit]


  • Lim Biow Chuan: Deputy Speaker, Member of Parliament
  • Fatimah Lateef: Member of Parliament
  • Low Yen Ling: Member of Parliament
  • Patrick Tay: Member of Parliament
  • Zainal Bin Sapari: Member of Parliament
  • Inderjit Singh: Former Member of Parliament
  • Yee Jenn Jong: Former Non-Constituency Member of Parliament
  • Hoong Wee Teck: Commissioner of Police, Singapore Police Force


  • Lok Vi Ming: Senior Counsel, President of the Law Society of Singapore for 2013
  • Joel Lee Tye Beng: Vice Dean, Student Affairs, Law Faculty, National University of Singapore


  • Nelson Kwei: Prominent music conductor
  • Ivan Heng: Singaporean stage actor and director
  • Li Feihui: Prominent Mandopop musician
  • Youyi: Television host and actress


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