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Farewell, Class Of 2018
2018 Graduation Ceremony
Singapore Sports School celebrated as the Graduating Class of 2018 marked the end of a chapter of their lives at the school before embarking on a new journey. Among the graduating student-athletes were some on Sports School’s through-train pathway and will articulate into one of three post-secondary programmes at the school, while some will further their academic aspirations in other tertiary institutions.
Secondary 4 student-athlete Reuben Rainer Lee Siong En and IBDP Year 6’s Chong Wei Kit, both from the Track and Field Academy, were named valedictorians in the secondary and post-secondary cohorts respectively. They brought their batchmates down memory lane as they recounted stories of their time spent together at training, in class or participating in other school-related activities. They also showed gratitude towards staff for contributing towards their development in sport and studies and, more importantly, their parents for being a constant pillar of support in their lives.
Professor Michael Chia, from the School’s Board of Directors was Guest-of-Honour at Sports School’s Graduation Ceremony on 28 September 2018, reminded the 123 graduands to do good, be the best that they can be, and be a caring individual.