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Historical Milestones



2015

Attained first place in world VEX Championship 2015 held in the USA.

Organised 50 km run to celebrate Singapore's Golden Jubilee.

2014

Inaugural Hai School Musical.

Organised Hai Carnival to Celebrate 55 Years.

School Exchange with Sagano High School in Japan.

Attained ALP in Robotics and Engineering , LLP in Developing Leadership Competency in every HaiSian.

 2013

Attained second Niche Programme in Direct School Admission (DSA) -Developing Leadership Competency in every HaiSian.

Attained First Place in the World Vex Championship 2012 held in the USA. 
 2012

Mr Tan Yit Kee is the first male Vice-Principal. He is also the first 2nd Vice-Principal posted to the school. 

Attained First Place in the World Vex Championship 2012 held in the USA. 
 2011Niche Programme: Direct School Admission (DSA) - Robotics. 
 2010 Mrs Judina Cheong took over as Principal in June 2010.
 2009 The school celebrates 50 years of education.
 2006 Mr Charles Surin took over as Principal in 15th December.
 2000 Mrs Mary Koh took over as Principal in January.
 1999 The school emblem and name were changed to emphasis that it is a Catholic mission school. It came to be known as "Hai Sing Catholic School".
 1995 Mr Adrian Cordeiro became the second male Principal.
 1993Mr Sydney Tan became the first male Principal.
 1992Official Opening Ceremony of Hai Sing High School on 11 July. 
 1990 In January, we accepted students from other races, as well as boys. Consequently, the school's name was changed to Hai Sing High School.
 1988 Mrs Lydia Wan took over as Principal in January.
 1984 The school celebrated its Silver Jubilee.
 1983 Mrs Angela Ow became Principal
 1981 The school opened its door to English medium pupils.
 1978 Hai Sing was named one of the 14 outstanding Chinese Secondary Schools in Singapore
 1969 Sister Maria Ng took over the Principalship
 1965 Sister Bernadette became acting Principal.
 1959 Hai Sing Girls' High School was founded by the FMM Sisters under the leadership of Sister Theresa Tsang(1911 : 1979)