What are the rankings in co-curricular activities (CCAs)?
What are the Direct School Admission (DSA-Sec) talent areas offered?
|Language - English||Boys||Yes||Language and Humanities|
|Leadership and Character||Boys||Yes||Leadership and Uniformed Groups|
|Mathematics||Boys||Yes||Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics|
|Science||Boys||Yes||Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics|
|Squash||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Hockey||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Judo||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Rugby||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Sailing||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Cricket||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Softball||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Cross Country||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Swimming||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Table Tennis||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Tennis||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Track and Field||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Water Polo||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Badminton||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Shooting||Boys||Yes||Sports and Games|
|Visual Arts||Boys||Yes||Visual Arts, Design and Media|
- School Vision
To be the 'Hope of a Better Age', as encapsulated in the school's Latin motto, Auspicium Melioris Aevi.
- School Mission
Nurturing Thinkers, Leaders and Pioneers of character who serve by leading and lead in serving.
- School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
Founded in 1823, Raffles Institution (RI) provides its students with an all-round education through its integrated six-year Raffles Programme, which leads to the GCE A-Level certification for boys aged 13 to 18 and girls aged 17 to 18. Modelled on exemplary gifted education principles and practices for high-ability learners, the programme lays a solid foundation for critical thinking, innovation and character development. The Cognitive development domain of the programme is based on the GCE A-Level subject specialisations with extended enrichment modules. Through a wide spectrum of programmes, students are nurtured in this and four other domains of life: Character and Leadership; Community and Citizenship; Sports and Health, and Arts and Aesthetics. RI's special focus is on Character and Leadership development, particularly in giving back to the community. The Raffles Programme develops students into thinkers, leaders and pioneers, who understand that the basis of leadership is service, and actively seek to serve others. Students will come to a greater awareness of their talents and gifts, and learn where and how to put these talents to their best use.
What are the distinctive programmes?
- Language Elective Programme (English)
- Music Elective Programme (MEP)
- Regional Studies Programme (RSP)
What are the subjects?
What are the co-curricular activities (CCAs)?
Air Rifle/Air Pistol
Track and Field
Visual and Performing Arts
Band - Military
Drama - English
Ensemble - Guitar
Ensemble - String
Orchestra - Chinese
Photography and Arts Club
National Cadet Corps (NCC) (Land)
National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC)
Singapore Red Cross Society
Clubs and Societies
Archives and Museum
Chinese Cultural Society
Indian Cultural Society
Malay Cultural Society
Science and Astronomy Club
What are the specialised facilities and resources?
- Physical impairment