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Pupil Librarians’ VIA Project 2015
This year, our pupil librarians once again, for the fourth consecutive year, took on the VIA project of raising funds for the Tana River Life Foundation (TRLF) in aid of the Mitumba Project, Kenya. The Foundation was set up to assist the marginalised communities in Tana River and Lamu Districts of the Coast Province of Kenya through education and acqusition of livelihood skills. The main beneficiaries include orphans afflicted with AIDS, children of subsistence farmers and nomadic pastoralists, and single parent families without any regular source of income. In conjunction with International Friendship Day, our pupil librarians set up a booth in the school canteen to sell special book corners they made, as well as chocolates and candies generously donated by the company, Cocoa Trees. With their persistence and the magnanimous support of our Marist communit...
The Maris Stella High School (MSHS) National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) commemorated NPCC Day on 19 May 2015. Station Inspector Lionel Loo, Chairman of MSHS NPCC, read the NPCC Day message from Chairman, NPCC Council, Associate Professor Stephen Phua. The occasion also celebrated the 16th consecutive year that MSHS NPCC has achieved Gold for the Unit Overall Proficiency Award.
Our lower secondary archers competed in the First-Timers’ Championship 2015 where 3 of our archers emerged within the top 5 positions, clinching the Gold, Bronze and 5th position.
Our archers also competed in the Fifth National Inter-School B Division Archery Championship 2015. They came in 2nd in the 30m Individual Standard Category and won the much-coveted Gold medal in the following team categories: 30m Team Standard, 50m Team Recurve and 50m Team Compound. In the 50m Individual Compound Category, our archers made a clean sweep of the top three positions: Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Most significantly, the B Division archers emerged as Champions in the National Inter-School Championships 2015!
As archers, the importance of our school values - Determination and Diligence, is unquestionable. It is only through perseverance and hard work that we have been able to attain a high level ...
The Maris Stella Symphonic Band took part in the biennial Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Arts Presentation for Concert Bands on 2 April this year. We have been awarded the Certificate of Distinction, the highest accolade to be awarded for this prestigious nationwide competition. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the parents for their support in the days leading up to the competition!