St. Hilda's Secondary School

St. Hilda's Secondary School

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  • About St. Hilda's Secondary School

    Secondary School
    Co-Ed School
    Government-Aided School
    Single Session

  • Mother Tongues


What are the Direct School Admission (DSA-Sec) talent areas offered?

Learn more about DSA-Sec in MOE (Ministry of Education, Singapore).
NameNatureIntegrated ProgrammeCategory
VolleyballBothYesSports and Games
HockeyBoysYesSports and Games
BadmintonBoysYesSports and Games
NetballGirlsYesSports and Games
FloorballGirlsYesSports and Games
  • School Vision

    An excellent institution recognised for bringing up pupils with a love for God, life and learning.

  • School Mission

    As an Anglican school, we are committed to providing through education a balanced development of mind, body and spirit for our pupils and nurturing God-fearing citizens for our nation.

  • School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos

    St. Hilda's Secondary aims to equip students with the attributes and capabilities to be 'Critical & Inventive Thinkers, Reflective & Self-Directed Learners, Caring & Collaborative Contributors', desired outcomes that are encapsulated in our Student Distinctive - Every Hildan a Leader, Confident, Caring and Disciplined. Underpinning this is our culture of care and excellence where staff and students are developed as they care to excel and excel to care. Our staff believe that every student is a gem for us to uncover, learning should be age-appropriate to optimise learning and every student can be taught, within a caring and structured environment, to apply their efforts to progress to the next stage.

What are the distinctive programmes?

  • Develop the Whole Person through Sports and Outdoor Education

    Learning for Life Programme (LLP) / Sports and outdoor education

  • iTHink - The HILDAN Approach to Learning the English Language

    Applied Learning Programme (ALP) / English language

What are the subjects?

Additional Mathematics
Computer Applications
Design and Technology
Elements of Business Skills
English Language
Food and Consumer Education
Higher Chinese
Literature in English
Principles of Accounts
Science (Chemistry, Biology)
Science (Physics, Chemistry)
Humanities (Social Studies and Geography)
Humanities (Social Studies and History)
Humanities (Social Studies and Literature in English)

What are the co-curricular activities (CCAs)?

Visual and Performing Arts

Art and Craft Club


Drama - English

Ensemble - Guitar

Ensemble - Handbell / Handchime

Mass Comm Club

Wind Orchestra

Clubs and Societies

Audio and Video / PA Club

Cross Train

Infocomm and Robotics Club

Media Resource Library

Uniformed Groups

Boys' Brigade

Girls' Brigade

National Civil Defence Cadet Corps (NCDCC)

National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC)

Physical Sports

Badminton (Boys)

Floorball (Girls)

Hockey (Boys)



What are the specialised facilities and resources?

  • Allied educators (Learning and behavioural support)
  • Physical impairment