Meridian Secondary School
Unique Programs in Meridian Secondary School
Meridian Secondary School is a government co-educational secondary school in Pasir Ris, formed by the amalgamation of Siglap Secondary School and Coral Secondary School in the Pasir Ris town. Joyful Learners, Creative Thinkers, and Compassionate Leaders is the school’s vision. To equip their young Meridians to prosper in the twenty-first century, the Meridian Secondary School offers a variety of unique, holistic, and balanced learning opportunities.
The Applied Learning Program
This program combines the main aspects of English Language (EL), Character & Citizenship Education (CCE), and Art with new media and design components. The curriculum includes collaborations and projects with partners and peers such as Temasek Polytechnic and Nanyang Polytechnic.
Community Youth Leadership – Learning for Life Programme (LLP)
Community Youth Leadership, a component of the school’s Learning for Life Programme (LLP), is a platform for developing leaders across Meridians.
The Meridian Secondary School Student Leadership Framework depends on Kouzes and Posner’s Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership, the Meridian Way (We Care, We Learn, We Innovate).
Character & Citizenship Development
Meridian Secondary School places a strong emphasis on developing Meridians to become decent citizens with good character. They instil values and develop social-emotional competencies so that they may adapt and prosper in a changing environment through the programs and structures in place.
The National Digital Literacy Programme (NDLP)
The NDLP gets launched in March 2020 to make digital learning more accessible to all students by providing them with the digital skills they need to succeed in the future. Every secondary school student will have a personal learning device prescribed by the school under the NDLP (PLD). The PLD can get paid with funds from the student’s Edusave account.
The Overseas Learning Journey (OLJ), which culminates the academic year, has been one of the trademark programs for the secondary three cohorts since 2018. The Internationalisation Programme at the school believes that it is an ideal component of providing a balanced education both inside and outside the classroom. As a result, they are committed to giving every student the chance to travel abroad with the school at least once during their 4-5 years of education.
School Football Academy (SFA)
The SFA program is a significant outlet for youth development as one of the projects under the Unleash the Roar! The program aims to assist student-athletes in balancing academics and athletics, allowing them to develop into players who get well-versed in both talents and academics.
The school crest is designed with two neighbouring peaks to signify the unification of Coral Secondary School and Siglap Secondary School, formed by the letter M for Meridian Secondary School. The summits are lofty and sturdy, exuding strength. Innovation, Leadership, and the Arts get represented by the colours silver, blue, and green. The silver peaks represent a forward-thinking environment where creative thinkers can flourish. Two blue and green pillars support the silver summits, preserving the schools’ tradition. The blue pillar represents leadership, while the green represents the arts. Together, they reflect Meridians’ power and solidarity as they strive to achieve new heights.
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