Anglo-Chinese School

The Anglo-Chinese School (ACS); is a family of Methodist schools in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.

The name is usually abbreviated as "ACS", with the junior college as "ACJC", and its students and alumni referred to as "ACSians" (pronounced ack-sians), or "ACS boys" (and girls, for ACJC, ACS (Independent) IB Programme, ACS (International) and STB-ACS (International) Jakarta).

ACS was the first school in Singapore to have a flower named after it, the Ascocenda Anglo-Chinese School orchid, a hybrid created by the school to mark its 116th Founder's Day on 1 March 2002.

Read more about Anglo-Chinese SchoolThe ACS Family, History, Aims, Characteristics, and Reputation, School Anthem and Coat of Arms, Achievements, Notable Alumni

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... In 1951, the school canteen was converted into three classrooms ... In July 1957, ACS was divided into ACS Secondary School and ACS Primary School ... Foong Ah Yong who became the Principal in Jun 1970 constructed a tennis court and repaired the school canteen ...

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