Hua Yi Secondary School
Everything You Need To Know About The Hua Yi Secondary School
Hua Yi Secondary School (HYSS) has had five separate sites since its inception in 1956, each with improved facilities and a plethora of historical material. HYSS aspires to raise future generations of Hua Yians to be lifelong learners, responsible citizens, and proud of their rich history and legacy, particularly their Chinese roots, to live up to “Hua Yi.” Singapore was a British colony until 1965, when it gained independence. During World War II, the British abandoned Singapore to the Japanese, who committed several crimes against the people of Singapore, mainly the Chinese, during their rule, such as the Sook Ching massacre. When the British returned to administer after the Japanese occupation, this sparked anti-colonial feelings and hatred among the population. Many Chinese-educated students joined the anti-colonial struggle when the People’s Republic of China get established in 1949.
Our school badge has the lion insignia word Hua Yi Secondary School. Our country’s sovereignty gets symbolised by the lion that appears above the initials “HY.” The school letters below represent the institution’s mission of developing talents for our country. The Hua Yi Secondary School badge is red, white, and blue. The colours red and white reflect race equality and our pupils’ pure and noble character. The colour blue represents the endless sea of knowledge.
- School Vision
Instilling Values Talents that Inspire. Influencing the Community
- School Mission
To cultivate passionate learners, resilient leaders, empathetic contributors, and locally rooted citizens who are values-driven and ready to make a change in life.
- School Philosophy, Culture, and Ethos
All pupils, we feel, are unpolished gems with unique traits and abilities. Everyone can learn and grow, and everyone has the opportunity to thrive and make a difference in society.
- Additional Mathematics
- Art (O Level)
- Computer Applications
- Design and Technology
- Elements of Business Skills
- English Language
- Food and Nutrition
- Higher Chinese
- Humanities (Social Studies and Geography)
- Humanities (Social Studies and History)
- Humanities (Social Studies and Literature in English)
- Literature in English
- Mathematics (Syllabus T)
- Principles of Accounts
- Science (Chemistry, Biology)
- Science (Physics, Chemistry)
- Science (Syllabus T)
Co-curricular activities (CCAs):
- Basketball (Boys)
- Floorball (Boys)
- Football (Boys)
- Track and Field
- Volleyball (Girls)
Visual and Performing Arts:
- Aesthetics and Design Club
- Band – Concert
- Dance – Hip Hop
- Ensemble – Guzheng
- Show Choir
Clubs and Societies
- Chinese Cultural Society
- Entrepreneur Club
- Infocom Club
- LDDS – English
- Nutrition and Food Science Club
- Singapore Youth Flying Club
- National Cadet Corps (NCC)
- National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC)
- Red Cross Youth
- Students’ Council
General school Regulations:
- There should be no moving of furniture or equipment without the Operations Manager’s permission.
- All broken materials or fixtures must report to the Operations Manager, both within and outside the classroom.
- Students are not permitted to place posters or notices on any walled surface unless the Operations Manager has given permission.
- Electricity and water conservation should always be a priority for students. Recycling bins get recommended to promote a green environment.
- The property of the school must be treated appropriately and with care.
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