Chong Boon Secondary School
Chong Boon Secondary School started functioning in 1994 at the former site of Anderson Secondary School at Ang Mo Kio Street 44. It was a morning session school with 13 classes of 483 Secondary One students and 23 staff members. The following year, its enrolment increased to 772 students and the staff strength increased to 35.
The school became a double session school with 29 classes and 1022 students in 1996. To cope with the growing school population, new facilities such as computer laboratories were added to the premise. The old Chong Boon Secondary School was subsequently tore down in 2001 and the school moved to its new premise at 2 Ang Mo Kio Street 44 in 2002.
The school is home to a number of niche CCAs including A Capella Club and Cheerobics which clinched a gold medal in 2005. Chong Boon Secondary was the first school to be awarded the Niche Award in Environmental Education in 2009 for their exemplary green efforts. In 2010, the school also took in the Youth Olympic Games Torch Relay.
The Ministry of Education announced Chong Boon Secondary School as one of the schools to be affected by the merger programme. As a result, it merged into Yio Chu Kang Secondary School in 2018. The Principal was Mr Yeo Kuerk Heng.
Chong Boon Secondary School a total of 16 CCAs categorized into 4 sections Clubs, Performing Arts, Sports and Uniform Groups
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When a pupil breaks the school rules or commits offences, the pupil may be faced with one or more of the following consequences:
- The pupil's name will be reported to the Ministry of Education through the School Cockpit system. The School Cockpit (Offence Module) system is a computerised system designed to track pupils' behaviour in school.
- Pupil may be warned and counselled for the offence that he/she committed.
- Pupil's parents may be called in to see the Teachers, Vice Principal or Principal.
- Pupil may be caned for the offence (male students only).
- Pupil may be internally suspended from lessons or externally suspended from school.
- Pupil may be expelled from school.
- Pupil may be referred to external agencies such as the Police or Homes of Juvenile Offenders.