Mr Gary Wong Wai Yeung
Gary is a self-motivated and disciplined individual who possesses a love for learning and is committed to achieving academic excellence. In class, he often shared insightful and original opinions. In recognition of his excellent JC1 academic results and CCA achievements, he was awarded the Singapore Police Force (SPF) Book Prize in 2013. He continued to perform commendably in his second year and achieved 4 distinctions for his 4 H2 subjects at the A levels. Gary has demonstrated outstanding performance in both his academic and non-academic commitments. In recognition of his excellent performance as an all-rounded student, Gary is awarded the Best Overall Performance Award at College Day.
Apart from his excellent achievement in his studies, Gary also excelled in Rugby. As the Captain of the college’s Rugby Team, Gary demonstrated strong leadership skills, commitment and dedication to his duties. He led his team to achieve the position of Plate Runners-Up at the National Inter-School ‘A’ Division Rugby Championships in 2013. He also represented the college in rugby competitions such as the Rugby 15-a-side International Invitational, SAINTS 7s and UWC Phoenix 7s 2013. Gary was subsequently selected to represent Singapore in the first Asian Schools Rugby Sevens Competition in Hong Kong where the team won the Bowl Champion Trophy. He was awarded the National Colours Award in 2013 in recognition of his representation in Rugby at the national level.
Gary is an active contributor to the larger community. In 2012 and 2013, he mentored younger rugby players at Pioneer Secondary School as part of the Rugby Mentorship Programme. In 2012, together with his rugby teammates, Gary was involved in organising a camp for Club Rainbow, a charity organisation which supports chronically ill children. In addition, he was also one of the overall students-in-charge of his class’ Community Involvement Programme project in which he led his class in planning and conducting a two-day enrichment camp for primary school children from Fei Yue Family Service Centre (Choa Chu Kang) in 2012.