Guangyang Secondary School
Understand More About The Guangyang Secondary School
Guangyang Secondary School principles of “Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Care, and Grit” encourage students’ overall development by instilling a sense of purpose in them as they take ownership of their learning and responsibility for their growth. Kong Yiong High School, which gets the progenitor of Guangyang Secondary School, is located on Yio Chu Kang Road. However, due to a dramatic reduction in enrolment, Kong Yiong High School was closed in 1986. Guangyang Secondary School and Braddell-Westlake Secondary School will combine in 2006, according to the Ministry of Education (MOE). Mrs Tan Miao Ling became the school’s sixth Principal when Guangyang Secondary School and Braddell-Westlake Secondary School combined in 2006. The name Guangyang Secondary School gets kept. In December 2012, Mr Benjamin Kwok became the eighth Principal of Guangyang Secondary School.
School Philosophy, Culture, and Ethos:
GYSS strives to create a community of driven and dedicated people. It takes a people-centred approach to bring out the best in students and help them grow into Leaders, Thinkers, and Advocates. The school’s ‘People First’ culture, which encourages constructive professional engagement to empower staff, build capacity, and create a lively, compassionate, and dynamic learning environment, is critical to attaining this goal. Through student-initiated programs that foster self-directed learning and exploration, our students are encouraged to Challenge Convention and Champion their Passion.
- School Crest
Like the morning sun rising over the great ocean, the Guangyang crest represents our students enlightening the world with their brilliance. The sun’s might offers life to the world, radiating integrity, courage, and constancy. Our Guangyang spirit propels us on, believing that we will affect society.
- School Vision
Learners for Today, Leaders for Tomorrow is the school’s vision.
- School Mission
To develop students who are leaders, thinkers, and advocates for themselves, their communities, and their country.
CCAs are an essential component of our student’s overall education. Students learn about their interests and abilities while also learning responsibility, teamwork, discipline, and dedication via CCA. CCA also encourages students from all backgrounds to form friendships as they study, play, and grow together. CCA motivates social integration and strengthens students’ feelings of belonging, dedication, and duty to their school, community, and country.
- Cross Country
Visual and Performing Arts:
- Dance – Modern
- National Cadet Corps (NCC) (Land)
- National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC)
- Singapore Red Cross Society
Clubs and Societies:
- Audio Visual Club
- Green Club
- Infocom Club
- Outdoor Activities Club
- Prefectorial Board
Topic-Based Banding (SBB) allows for more flexibility in a subject at the lower secondary level, allowing teachers to better adapt to students’ abilities in various disciplines.
- Additional Mathematics
- Basic Chinese
- Basic Malay
- Basic Tamil
- Computer Applications
- Design and Technology
- Elements of Business Skills
- English Language
- Food and Nutrition
- Food and Consumer Education
- Higher Chinese
- Literature in English
- Physical Education
- Principles of Accounts
- Science (Chemistry, Biology)
- Science (Physics, Chemistry)
- Science (Syllabus T)
- Social Studies
- Humanities (Social Studies and Geography)
- Humanities (Social Studies and History)
- Humanities (Social Studies and Literature in English)
- Social Studies Normal (Technical)
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