Victoria Junior College

From SgWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Victoria JC Logo.jpg
Victoria Junior College
维多利亚初级学院
Maktab Rendah Victoria
Information
Opened 1984
Address 20 Marine Vista, Singapore 449035
Principal Ms Ek Soo Ben
Vice Principal Mr Cheong Tien Beng
Mr Gurusharan Singh
Mr Hong Heng Yan
Abbreviation VJC
Vision To ignite the imagination of all Victorians to create the future with conviction, courage and compassion.
Mission LiVE like a Victorian.
Legendary Spirit
Visionary Leadership
Extraordinary Service.
Motto Nil Sine Labore
(Nothing Without Labour)

Victoria Junior College (VJC) is a Pre-University co-educational institution in Marine Parade offering two-year pre-university courses leading to the GCE Advanced Level examinations. It stands on Marine Vista, about one kilometre from affiliated Victoria School and a very short walk from East Coast Park. The school is also affiliated with Cedar Girls' Secondary School.

VJC is part of the Victoria-Cedar alliance, and is one of Singapore's top Junior Colleges. The school's programmes and activities are advised by the Victoria Advisory Committee, while day-to-day operations of the school is run by the School Principal. Tutors and faculty members are responsible for the governance of student-life.

Principal

Principal Years Served
Lee Phui Mun 1984 – 2001
Chan Khah Gek 2001 – 2006
Chan Poh Meng 2006 – 2013
Ek Soo Ben 2013 – present

Notable Alumni

Government

Arts

  • Kelvin Tong: Film director, producer and screenwriter
  • Tan Pin Pin: Film director [1]
  • Michelle Chong: Film producer, director and actress
  • Diana Ser: Actress and presenter
  • Joanne Peh: Actress
  • Felicia Chin: Actress
  • Rebecca Lim: Actress
  • Jasmine Sim: Model and actress
  • Lee Teng: Presenter
  • Pamelyn Chee: Actress and presenter
  • Glenda Chong: News presenter
  • Ho Yeow Sun (Sun Ho): Singer
  • Joanna Dong: Jazz singer and actress
  • Boon Hui Lu: Singer-songwriter and actress

Others

  • Elizabeth Yin: Olympian (Sailing), 2012

Links

Junior Colleges ViewTalkEdit
Junior Colleges Anderson Serangoon Junior CollegeAnglo-Chinese Junior CollegeCatholic Junior CollegeEunoia Junior CollegeJurong Pioneer Junior CollegeMillennia InstituteNanyang Junior CollegeNational Junior CollegeSaint Andrew's Junior CollegeTampines Meridian Junior CollegeTemasek Junior CollegeVictoria Junior CollegeYishun Innova Junior College
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
  • "Seeing invisible worlds", The Straits Times, 30 July 2007