16 August 2018
60TH ANNIVERSARY DINNER
28 July 2018
July 28th was a night to remember as Marists young and old celebrated the school’s 60th anniversary at a gala dinner held at the Ritz Carlton Millenia hotel. In attendance were former students, staff, past and present, school board members, members of the Catholic church, parents, well-wishers and many who have supported the school all these years. This grand convocation was the culmination of a yearlong series of events celebrating the school’s illustrious history. The guest of honour, Mr. Ong Ye Kung, Minister for Education and a former Marist, together with his cabinet colleague Dr. Poh-Koon Koh, Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry, also an ex-Marist, reveled in the opportunity to relive with old classmates and teachers the good old days when they were students at the school. For others, the evening provided the opportunity to thank the school for molding them into true gentlemen.
Through the medium of videos screened during the course of the evening, old boys spoke fondly of their school years, reminiscing cheekily about the Columbariums adjacent the school, the many happy moments passed camping on Coney Island, the daunting challenge of learning English, and so much more— all wonderful and heartfelt stories that spoke to the spirit of resilience and determination that are the hallmark of a Marist education. The evening also witnessed a standing ovation given to the class of 1958, the first cohort of students admitted to Primary 1 the year the school opened. Other highlights included custom-designed mementoes, 60th Anniversary cupcakes, and a 60th Anniversary theme song specially composed and arranged by Mr. Jeremy Joel Fernandez and Mr. Yanhong Li, both teachers at the secondary section, and performed by former Marist Mr. Cavin Soh -苏梽诚. Perhaps the most poignant moment of the evening arrived when emcee Justin Dominic Misson, also a former Marist, invited the alumni to join him in a rendition of the song 《朋友》. The night ended with a cake cutting ceremony presided over by the school principal Mrs. Woo Soo Min, who was joined on stage by Mr. David Low, President of the school alumni, Dato Low, Chairman of the School Management Committee, and Brother Robert Teoh, Provincial Superior of the Marist Brothers, East Asia Province.
It was a night to be remembered, as Marists of all ages came together as a community to celebrate and rejoice in the school’s remarkable achievements. But what made it especially memorable, however, is the realization that the dream of Brother Chanel Soon, the school’s founder and first principal, lives on in the hearts of all Marists. And on such a night as this we hope to continue the good work of inspiring future generation of Marists to become gentlemen of faith, vision and service.
St john day 2018
12 July 2018
The Maris Stella St John Brigade assembled in the courtyard last Wednesday, 12th July to commemorate St John Day with a parade and to share with the school its recent achievements—all in a show of family spirit. The Unit stood smartly at attention while reciting the St John pledge and listening to the St John Day message. Those in attendance, including our Principal, Vice Principals and teachers expressed their heartiest congratulations to the contingent as it receives the Corp Achievement Award (Gold). This is the 14th consecutive year that the corp is receiving this award. The corp appreciates all the hard work put in by the cadets and Teacher Officers as well as the support of all the teachers and school leaders. Congratulations to all St John Brigade personnel!
30 June 2018
Maris Stella High School celebrated its 60th Anniversary of its founding with a tapestry of song, music and stories. Special appearances by ex-Marists Cavin Soh (Mediacorp Artiste) and Tan Yanwei (Local Artiste) enthralled the audience. Our Symphonic Band, Chinese Orchestra and String Ensemble provided a potpourri of familiar tunes and favourites, intertwined with the history of Singapore. It was lovely afternoon to picnic with friends, family and Marists past and present!
17th Inter-school national scrabble championship
ELS u-14 debate
28 May 2018
28 May 2018
MRPC visit to Al-Islah mosque
18 May 2018
npcc DAY 2018
22 May 2018
推广华文学习委员会 Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning - CPCLL
Archery wins 8th consecutive national champions
sports day 2018
gold award at 19th international elementz science research competition
BADMINTON TEAM CLINCHES 1ST RUNNER UP POSITION
2018 Nsg wushu championships (day 6)
b div international broadsword and nan guan event (day 5)
npcc wins 19th consecutive gold award
Sec 3 Outward bound school (OBS) camp 2018
National Schools Games Wushu Championships 2018
agape meal 2018
Maundy thursday 2018
17th Inter-School National Scrabble Championship
Sec 2 camp 2018
singapore model cabinet 2018 conference at vjc
Geography field work 2018
homecoming fiesta 2018
10 March 2018
A look into our Homecoming Fiesta 2018.
homecoming fiesta 2018
10 March 2018
Fun and revelry at our Homecoming Fiesta.
Thank you for being part of the Marist experience!
homecoming fiesta 2018
MOTHER TONGUE FORTNIGHT 2018
mOTHER TONGUE FORTNIGHT 2018
world scout day 2018
2 March 2018
Today, Maris Stella High School commemorated World Scout day. Our Phantom scouts built their own flagpole and used
it for the flag-raising ceremony. The school will continue to provide Marists with programmes and experiences that will
develop their skills so that they can become self-fulfilled and constructive individuals in society.
2018 chinese new year celebrations
今年的农历新春庆祝会刚好是全民防卫日，华文部门与国民教育委员会联手炮制了一部短剧，不仅让全校师生追忆战争年代的艰苦岁月，也借此激励大家要居安思危，保卫家园，并坚信自己能为国家创造更美好的未来。而老师与学生的节令鼓表演、武术、学生军步操、华乐演奏、相声及大拜年更是把新春的气氛推向高潮，身穿红装的师生也将礼堂染成一片红海，让大家在新的一年里敞开胸怀，迎接新挑战！ 整齐划一的军步操、刚健勇猛的武术、澎湃人心的节令鼓、喜气洋洋的华乐、逗趣说笑的相声充分体现了海星学子们为筹备这次庆祝会的勤勉忠勇，而齐声献唱的大拜年更是展现了一家精神，提醒大家团结就是力量. [Eng] We came all togged out in red to usher in the Year of the Dog. This year, we also marked Total Defence Day during our celebration with a skit that reminded us of the Japanese Occupation, so that we will remain vigilant and not take what we have for granted. Then, in a first-of-its-kind collaboration, a few teachers joined the Festive Drummers to kick the celebration into high gear. The NCC cadets followed with a thrilling freestyle drill while the Cross-Talk performance had us in stitches. The final singalong featuring teachers and students got the sea of red on its feet for a rousing finale.
2017 gce 'O' Level result release
Maris Stella High School (Sec) achieved commendable results in the 2017 GCE ‘O’ Level Examinations. Below is an overview of the results:
JC/ Polytechnic Admission : 98.1 %
JC Admission : 87 %
5 ‘O’ Level passes : 97.3%
The Class of 2017 did the school proud by achieving distinctions that are above the national distinction rate in the following subjects:
In the 2017 cohort of 338 students, an impressive 33.7%scored at least 6 distinctions. Among the Marists who performed well, some had PSLE T-scores below 220. Despite this, they worked very hard and achieved good value-added results.
Distinctions (A1/A2) % of students Number of students
6 or more 14.5% 49
7 or more 11.8% 40
8 or more 6.5% 22
9 or more 0.9% 3
Despite a busy schedule of academic pursuits and CCA commitments, Marists have realized their potential to achieve good academic and CCA results. These students exemplify the school motto of 勤勉忠勇 and the Marist values of presence, simplicity, love of work, family spirit and in the way of Mary.
Congratulations to the Class of 2017!
Branson ong receives scdf award