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School Advisory Committee

The School Advisory Committee (SAC) was newly formed after the merger of Yio Chu Kang Secondary School and Chong Boon Secondary School in 2018. The new committee is made up of members from both former schools' committee, and they aim to help bring out the best in our school and students. Their many contributions include the SAC-YCKSS Resilience award. This award was initiated by the SAC in 2018 to recognize students who have been able to achieve excellence against all odds and challenges.

Committee Members



Mr Oh Keh Yew William 


Dr Chey Chor Khoon


 Mrs Carol LimHonorary Secretary 
Ms Annie Chin


Mr Chuppan Pannirsevlam


Mr Kenneth Siow Itming


Mr Yeo Shiwei Herald


Resilience Award 2018

Jovan Chong Han Yew from 4T1

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Joven had struggled with his CCA, NCDCC in Secondary One. He was not confident in giving commands and faced difficulties with foot drills and many other tasks required of him for NCDCC. Despite the many challenges that he faced, he persevered on and never gave up on his goal of being a Warrant Officer. He put in extra effort by practising his foot drills and knot tying on his own. His resilience and hard work paid off when he was promoted to Warrant Officer in Secondary Four and achieved the Gold Award for Foot Drills. 

Wong Joon Yao Ernest from 4A1
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Ernest has been a role-model for many of his peers. Despite being wheel-chair bound, Ernest refuses to allow this physical restriction in movement to get the better of him. He remains positive and has a ready smile for everyone. He also has a can-do attitude in dealing with the many different challenges that he has faced. In addition, Ernest is committed to serve the community in any way that he can, when he is not able to, he would find alternatives to play his part to help others.

Wong Quan Yan from 4E1
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Quan Yan has faced many issues with his health since Secondary Two. Despite the many challenges that he has experienced, he has never let any of his situations get to him. He never once used it as an excuse, instead he would work harder and go the extra mile in order to catch up on school work and would always put his best in his studies. His determination to excel has led him to overcome the many challenges that he has faced.

Resilience Award 2019

Sakthi Priya from 4E4

Sakthi Priya was laterally transferred from Secondary 2 Normal Academic to Secondary 3 Express last year. Though it is a more demanding course, Priya has persevered and overcome the challenges with maturity and determination. Through her demonstration of resilience, she has become an inspiration to her classmates.

Drawn by her personality and positive energy, they are motivated to form study groups with her so they could learn together with her. Priya is also a good role model for her peers in her CCA, Indian Dance.

She gives her best during every practice and encourages her peers not to give up even when they feel tired. Priya always adopts a positive attitude even during difficult situations and is able to influence and inspire her peers to do the same.

Htet Shuan Hlet


Htet Shuan Hlet is an international student from Myanmar. Life was not easy for Shuan Hlet when she was in lower secondary due to difficult circumstances.

Despite her challenges, Shuan Hlet remains positive, cheerful and respectful towards her teachers and peers. Last year, her situation improved and Shuan Hlet was able to focus better on her studies. 

She worked very hard and did well in her GCE N-level examinations to qualify for Secondary 5 and continue with GCE O-level examination this year. Shuan Hlet has managed to remain optimistic even during challenging times. 

She has journeyed on bravely, embracing whatever life has in store for her with a positive mind set.

Sia Robin


Sia Robin is a committed and responsible student. He set a record as the only one to achieve 100 percent attendance for two consecutive years in his class. He is also a recipient of the Edusave academic awards for the last three years.

Last year, though Robin was offered a lateral transfer from Secondary 3 Normal Technical to Secondary 3 Normal Academic course for his excellent academic performance, he decided to focus on preparing for the GCE N(T)-level examination this year. He continues to challenge himself to do his best.  

Robin is a quiet and reserved student but he managed to overcome his lack of confidence during the Secondary 3 Level Camp which focused on building resilience. He rose to the occasion and took on the leadership role to influence his peers to overcome the challenges together.
Robin is very focused and applies hard work and a growth mind set to overcome difficulties and challenges.