Anglo-Chinese Junior College
Anglo-Chinese Junior College (ACJC) in Singapore opened in 1977 and is the junior college arm of the Anglo-Chinese School family of Methodist schools. ACJC offers the standard two-year pre-university programme, with students taking the GCE 'A' Levels in their second year. It was the first Junior College in Singapore to have a sports field and a running track on campus.
ACJC's class of 2005 produced two out of four President Scholars. In the 2006 GCE A-Level results, a record 233 students scored at least three As. Bowling, Rugby, Swimming, Hockey, Netball, Track & Field, Football and Water polo are among the sports in which ACJC has done well over the years, often finishing the season either 1st or 2nd. Cultural activities include The ACJC Chinese Orchestra, Choir, Concert Band, Drama and Dance Societies, and the Debate Team.
Kelvyna Chan has been principal since 2002 to 2013. The successor is former principal of Dunman Secondary School, Ms Beatrice Chong, started from 2014.