SINGAPORE – St. Joseph’s Institution (SJI) has been ranked as a gold value-added school since the award started four years ago. The school produces high calibre students who also excel in their co-curricular activities.

SJI caters to boys with varied talents to develop them into men of integrity and men for others. Caring and dedicated teachers in the school conduct various special programmes to bring out the best in every boy.

The cohort of 2007 did exceedingly well in the 2007 GCE ‘O’ Level examinations.

The school recorded 100 percent passes for 14 subjects with 100 percent of boys with six ‘O’ Level passes. The good overall mean L1B5 (First Language and best five subjects) catapulted the school into Band One in the local school ranking by the Ministry of Education.

Top boy, Glenville Lee says, “The school’s emphasis on an all-round education has taught me to work and play hard, and always strived to push me out of my comfort zone.”

Brother President Michael Broughton, FSC, says, “SJI is undergoing exciting changes. We are focusing efforts to position SJI as the leading Catholic boys’ school in Singapore. I am happy to report that our efforts are beginning to pay off as seen from our alma mater’s achievements recently.” n