Over generations, Catholic High School, CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School and Singapore Chinese Girls’ School have developed many leaders across extensive fields whose significant contributions have transformed our society. We continue this legacy of excellence together with Eunoia Junior College, through the Joint Integrated Programme (JIP).
The JIP is not merely a programme but a community anchored by a strong culture of care for every student. With more than 250 years of experience in education between the four schools, as well as extensive alumni networks spanning diverse fields, the JIP is well-poised to provide an enriching and relevant curriculum that stretches students’ potential with customised learning opportunities and equip them with the knowledge, skills and dispositions to be future-ready, as Principled Leaders of Tomorrow.
The JIP Approach and the JIP Graduate
The JIP Approach
The JIP approach for developing and nurturing Principled Leaders of Tomorrow consists of the three key pillars of (1) character development, (2) cognitive development and (3) leadership development. The outer portion of the diagram shows the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are embodied by our graduates.
This approach is helmed by our team of dedicated and highly qualified professionals who ensure that students learn in a vibrant environment with state-of-the-art facilities. Unique to the JIP, our flagship World Readiness Programme and Passion Pursuit challenges students to examine world issues, consider multiple perspectives, seek opportunities beyond problems and embrace possibilities beyond risks. By providing a variety of learning experiences, including exciting collaborations with the larger community, students are empowered to find and hone diverse talents alongside like-minded peers. Voices are nurtured, self-confidence raised and curiosity piqued such that students are empowered to discover their passion for life and inspired them to make learning a lifelong endeavour.
The JIP Graduate
The JIP graduate is a Principled Leader of Tomorrow who possesses strength of character, a heart for service, with the wisdom and courage to chart tomorrow as leaders of their generation. They are discerning individuals who challenge themselves to think critically and make sound moral and ethical judgements. As persons of integrity with a passion for life, they also demonstrate high levels of distinction in their acquisition and mastery of 21st Century Competencies and dedicate their talents to impact lives in positive and ethical ways.
|The Six Core Attributes of Principled Leaders
||How the Six Core Attributes Are Manifested
|Confident in Self
Inspired to Serve
Joy for Learning
Zest for Life
Balanced in Perspectives
Enterprising in Spirit
The JIP Curriculum
In the JIP, students immerse themselves in an enriching, extensive and authentic six-year learning experience that effectively equips them to explore and further develop their personal strengths, passions and talents.
JIP students from Catholic High School (CHS), CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School (SNGS) and Singapore Chinese Girls’ School (SCGS) will spend their first four years in their respective secondary schools before progressing to EJC and can look forward to the following Ministry of Education (MOE) special programmes that are tailor-made to cater to their learning passions and aspirations. From Year 3, JIP students can offer the Bicultural Studies Programme, which is also offered in EJC.
Students who are applying to the Joint Integrated Programme may wish to note that they will spend their first four years in SCGS before progressing to Eunoia Junior College to complete their six-year IP course. The JC will also admit O-Level applicants through the Joint Admission Exercise leading to the GCE A-Level Examinations.
Click here to download a copy of the Joint Integrated Programme Prospectus.