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HCIS Graduates


Class of 2019

HCIS Yeoyeo

Yeo Yeo

45-Point, Class of 2019
Singapore
Nanyang Technological University – Psychology and Linguistics, and successfully received the Nanyang scholarship
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship from 2017 to 2019.
  • Appointed as the President of the 14th Student Council (SC) in 2018 and lead the SC to pioneer many initiatives.
  • Most Caring Student in 2018 and 2019 and Model Boarder in 2018.
  • Showed her initiative by creating a team aimed at providing aid to Singapore’s migrant workers in conjunction with the YMCA Youth for Causes Project.

HCIS SarahGo

Go Sarah Ashley

45-Point, Class of 2019
America
University of Texas Austin
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship from 2017 to 2019.
  • Received the prestigious Distinguished Scholar Award for her sustained academic excellence and exemplary character.
  • Selected for training and participation in the Singapore Chemistry Olympiad and Singapore Physics Olympiad.
  • Vice-Captain of tennis team, where she led her peers in multiple inter-school tennis matches.
  • Obtained an Honourable Mention in the Singapore National Olympiad in Informatics.
  • Took on the role of an assistant teacher to teach coding to primary and middle school children.

 

HCIS HoangManhDuc

Hoang Manh Duc

44-Point, Class of 2019
Vietnam
National University of Singapore – Computer Science
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship from 2017 to 2019.
  • Attained the Outstanding Scholar Award in 2018.
  • Top 10% in Academic performance for 2019 Cohort.
  • Appointed as Cluster Leader with the Hwa Chong Institution Boarding Council in 2019.

 

HCIS KimGeonHyeong

Kim Geon Hyeong

43-Point, Class of 2019
South Korea
National University of Singapore – Accountancy
  • Best in Business Management Higher Level (HL) and Best in Mathematics Standard Level (SL) subject awards in 2018.
  • Represented the school in the Australian Mathematics Competition in 2018, and attained a Certificate of Distinction.
  • Proficient in English and fluent in his mother tongue, Korean.
  • Has a flair for Mandarin, for which he was awarded the Best in Chinese Mandarin and Best in Chinese Ab Initio subject prizes in 2017 and 2018 respectively.

 

HCIS GanXiaoLong

 

Gan Xiaolong

43-Point, Class of 2019
People’s Republic of China
University of Cambridge – Mathematics
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship from 2017 to 2019.
  • Achieved a perfect score in the Intermediate Category of Australian Mathematical Competition (AMC) in 2017.
  • Obtained silver medals for the Senior Section in 2017 and for the Open Section in 2018.
  • Represented the school in the Singapore Physics Olympiad and Singapore Chemistry Olympiad.

 

Class of 2018

HCIS LimYaoHui

Lim Yao Hui

44-Point, Class of 2018
Singapore
National University of Singapore – Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship in 2016 and the prestigious Ang Chee Guan Scholarship in 2018.
  • Achieved overall Top place in his class in 2015, 2017 and 2018.
  • A recipient of the Model Student Award in 2015, 2017 and 2018, as well as the Most Responsible Student Award in 2016.
 HCIS ChenMinZhi

Chen Minzhi

44-Point, Class of 2018
People's Republic of China
Imperial College – Chemical Engineering
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship from 2015 to 2018.
  • Represented the school in the Singapore Mathematics Olympiad (SMO) in the year of 2016, 2017 and 2018 with an honourable mention award in 2017.
  • Obtained a place in the team of Chemistry Olympiad in 2017, the Chemistry Engineering Challenge in 2018.
  • Obtained a high distinction award in the Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC) in 2016.
HCIS MiaoTianQi

Miao Tianqi

44-Point, Class of 2018
People's Republic of China
University of Virginia
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship from2015 to 2018.
  • A distinction in the Australian Mathematics Competition in 2016.
  • Boarding school’s study programme tutor.
  • Intern for three weeks in the department of Volunteer Management at the National Kidney Foundation.
 HCIS CharlotteChang

Charlotte Chang Qi

44-Point, Class of 2018
Malaysia
Nanyang Technological University – Accoun​tanc​​y​
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship from 2017 to 2018.
  • Head of Discipline in 2018.
  • Most Responsible Student Award in 2017.
  • Appointed as a member of the HCIS Residence Boarding Council in 2017.
  • Staged two cultural performances for the inaugural HCIS Residences Cultural Night in 2017.
 HCIS AndrewTiong

Andrew Tiong

44-Point, Class of 2018
Malaysia
National University of Singapore – Economics and Business Administration
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship from 2017 to 2018.
  • Awarded the Best in Biology Higher Level (HL) and Best in Mandarin ab initio subject prizes in Grade 11
  • Completed two-year Mathematics SL syllabus within one year and attained a grade 7.
  • A recipient of the Most Responsible Boarder Award in 2017.
 HCIS Rongyujun

Rong Yujun

43-Point, Class of 2018
People's Republic of China
University of Cambridge – Natural Science
  • Nominated as the Valedictorian for the graduating cohort of 2018.
  • President of the Student Council in 2017.
  • Head of Design and Vice-chair of 2017 European Union committee in the HCIS Model United Nations.
  • Awarded Top in level for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Chinese Language and Literature in 2016, and Top in Economics Standard Level (SL) in 2017.
  • Distinction Award for Australia Mathematics Competition in 2016.
 HCIS THAM YI REI

Tham Yi Rei

42-Point, Class of 2018
Malaysia
London School of Economics and Social Sciences – Actuarial Science
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship from 2017 to 2018.
  • Achieved Top-in-Level in English A Language and Literature Higher Level (HL) and Geography Standard Level (SL) in 2017.
  • Represented the school in the National University of Singapore Chemical Engineering Challenge in 2017.
  • Offered free tuition to the needy children living in the neighbourhood as part of the Youth Avenue Project.
HCIS MeanKaoHui

Mean Kao Hui

41-Point, Class of 2018
Singapore
University College London – International Social and Political Studies
  • A recipient of the HCIS Scholarship from 2014 to 2018.
  • Achieved third in class from 2015 to 2017, was top in Business in 2015, Chinese in 2016 and 2017, as well as English in 2016 and Biology in 2017.
  • Won the Teacher’s Choice Award in the 2016 Business Bazaar and her leading a team in the Hong Kong Global Business Competition in 2016.
  • Wrote a delegate guide book for World Health Organisation in the 2016 HCIS MUN and Head of Press team of Vice-chair of the United Nations Children’s Fund in the 2016 HCIS MUN and Head of Press team in 2017 HCIS MUN.
  • A writer and editor in the Young Journalist Club and School magazine from 2014 to 2015.
  • Student Council from 2013 to 2017 as a Public Relations member, Senior Councilor member and Head of Special Projects.