By Shina and Janani The Student Leaders’ Investiture, or SLI, is an annual event welcoming the new student leaders while honouring the contributions of the existing and past student leaders. This year, the theme of SLI was Coalescence, which encapsulates the joining of different objects or elements to form one united body. This is symbolic of the structure of student leadership in our school, and emphasises the unity and interconnectivity of the different leadership boards to which we owe our success. Our principal Mrs Lee, emphasised the importance of teamwork using the analogy of a boy flying a kite. What makes the kite fly? The boy controlling the kite, the wind blowing the kite, or the kite’s tail keeping it steady? All three work together to keep the kite soaring in the sky. Mrs Lee also explains the significance of every individual. Elden Yap, the outgoing president of the 14th student council, encouraged the new student leaders to embrace change as well as the challenges that come along with it, stressing the importance of doing …
After days of battling bioweapons and satisfying the spirits, Orientation 2019 was finally coming to an end. Students dressed in red, yellow, green and blue huddled together on the track and grandstand, chattering excitedly as they awaited the ever-exciting finale. This year, as a delightful addition to the traditional house floats, the Year 1 students put up commendable performances for all to enjoy. […]
By Debraath and Janani
The loud honk if the air horn reverberated through the hall as Mrs Lee announced the start of Games Day 2018. Students’ cheers and their claps echoed as the teachers made their way out to the sports venues. Games Day had officially commenced!
Participants were led to their respective games’ venues […]
Humans are the only creatures who write. Some write for themselves, and others write for readers worldwide. Despite their differences in what they write, very individual has different reasons for writing, such as imaginative freedom, or to put himself or herself in impossible situations. Here’s why I write.
Firstly, I write because it is a way to communicate […]
The truth. It was the one thing Marilyn could not tell. From little things like admitting she ate cake saved for her father when he came home from overseas, to who copied someone’s work in the examinations […]
The annual Speech Day acknowledges and celebrates the academic and holistic achievements of NUS High’s students and staff. Speech Day this year started off with an opening performance by the Dance Club. […]
about the writers, 2018.