Published date: 2016-06-22
The students and teachers of Jurong Junior College were honoured to have invited Taiwan’s acclaimed writer (许荣哲) to conduct a seminar entitled “Tell a Story in Three Minutes”. He mentioned that the seven important elements of a story are: objective, obstacle, hard work, result, incident, twist and finale
Published date: 2016-06-15
Four JJC students participated in the International Chinese Riddle Competition held in Jinjiang and achieved a silver award for the team. In addition, Hu Zhendong was awarded with the Outstanding Individual Award.
Published date: 2016-06-08
The Kota Tinggi OELP was organised by the J2 Geography teachers. The field trip was to allow the students to observe and study the river by measuring its area, depth, width and length.
Published date: 2016-06-01
In celebration of SG51, the teachers and students of JJC went to the Southern Ridges. While enjoying the walk and the greenery, the students had also learnt more about Singapore’s history and culture.
Published date: 2016-04-20
This year’s theme for JJ Mother Tongue Fortnight is “Telling, Watching, Listening and Stealing Stories”. To deepen students’ understanding and interest of their own culture, the college had lined up a series of exciting programmes for the students.
Published date: 2016-04-04
With the release of A Level results last month comes the relief of Tan Darius who has achieved 5 As and 1 B in the examination. He was not exceptionally happy as the last 2 years had been a tough and challenging journey for him.
Published date: 2016-03-16
The J2 Orientation Group Leaders of Jurong JC have been busy preparing for the annual Orientation programme to welcome the new J1 students to the college!
Published date: 2016-02-03
The JJ Interact Club has organised a charity sale on this Valentine's Day. This charity sale not only enable the students and teachers to express their love, but also share their love with the under-privileged community.
Published date: 2016-01-27
Jurong Junior College prepared a series of activities and performances for their Open House to showcase the exciting life of a JJCian. The college’s student ambassadors guided the visitors around the school and introduced to them JJ’s enriching curriculum and academic programmes.
College’s various ways of paying tribute to Singapore’s late founding Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew
Published date: 2015-04-01
JJC mourns with the nation with the passing of Mr Lee Kuan Yew. The school set up a projector screen at the canteen, screening video snippets about the late Mr Lee and a condolence book was placed there for staff and students to pen down their tributes.