Catholic Education Many Gifts, One Mission WHY CHOOSE A CATHOLIC EDUCATION Learn more about our schools. EXPLORE OUR CATHOLIC SCHOOLS Quote To provide students with an integral education, a Catholic school must foster love for wisdom and truth, and must integrate faith, culture and life.
– Archbishop J. Michael Miller

The Archdiocesan Commission for Catholic Schools (ACCS) works with Catholic schools to strengthen the Catholic ethos in their communities, and support the religious, civics and moral education these schools provide.

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About Young People – Lessons from Pope Francis Michelle Tan

Every year, on July 1, we celebrate Youth Day. As we prepare for Pope Francis’ Apostolic Visit to Singapore from 11-13 Sept, perhaps it is timely that we take a leaf from his book, and celebrate young people instead. One such book of his is God is Young: A Conversation with Pope Francis (2018, Libreria […]

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St. Joseph Calasanz

Joseph Calasanz was born in Spain on September 11, 1556, the youngest of eight children. Joseph’s parents were members of the nobility and devout Catholics who ensured that he was well educated and learned his catechism from a young age. When Joseph was about 14 years of age, he was sent to a school run by […]

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The 5 wounds of Christ and the 5 marks of Catholic schools by Michelle Tan

This June, the Church gives us two great feasts celebrating the amazing love of Christ for all of us: theSolemnities of the Body and Blood of Christ or Corpus Christi on June 2, and the Solemnity of the Most SacredHeart of Jesus on June 7. During this June school holidays, 13th century Franciscan St. Bonaventure […]

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Experiencing God’s Grace: The Mystery of the Holy Mass By Fr Shaun Lim

In the Gospel of John chapter 6, we hear how Jesus would feed the five thousand with five barley loavesand two fish. This miracle is also found in the synoptic gospels. But a detail unique to John’s Gospel (not found inthe other gospels) is that the offering of bread and fish was said to be […]

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Blessed Marie-Anne Blondin

Blessed Marie-Anne Blondin was a teacher and founder of the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Anne, which focused on educating poor country children, both girls and boys in the same schools, challenging traditional gender norms and promoting education for all. … Source: Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Early years Marie-Anne Blondin was born Esther Blondin […]

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Embracing God’s Graces in the Teaching Vocation By Marie Therese Pang

Marie Therese Pang reflects on how our teaching profession is a life-giving one, and how God’s unconditional love is an invitation and a model to us, to love and value our students in the same way. … The greatest joy of teaching comes from the personal connections formed with my students. It gives me great […]

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St. Joseph Calasanz

Joseph Calasanz was born in Spain on September 11, 1556, the youngest of eight children. Joseph’s parents were members of the nobility and devout Catholics who ensured that he was well educated and learned his catechism from a young age. When Joseph was about 14 years of age, he was sent to a school run by […]

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Reflection on Cardinal’s Homily by Jonathan Hee of CJC

Cardinal’s homily during the Commencement of School Year Mass struck me when he spoke about leaders teaching with their being. He referenced Moses and how he journeyed, suffered, and tolerated the people of Israel throughout their journey from Egypt to the Promised Land. Moses even offered himself to take punishment from God for the wrongful […]

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Homily: Listen

“…listen to his voice! Harden not your hearts” (Psalm 95.8) These words are in fact from the responsorial psalm on 10 September 2023, the day our diocese celebrated Catholic Education Sunday. Whether we are a student or an educator, a parent or a parishioner, they remind us whose voice must ultimately matter to us: the […]

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