Entry Into Secondary 1
Admission By PSLE Results
Entry into SJI is by merit only. Singapore students would be admitted based on their PSLE scores. Returning Singaporeans who would like to be admitted into Secondary 1 are advised to sit for the SPERS-Sec papers. Foreign students who would like to be admitted into Secondary 1 should have sat for the PSLE examinations and would be admitted based on their PSLE scores.
Unless there are exceptional circumstances, foreign students without PSLE scores would not be admitted into Secondary 1.
All Primary 6 boys in Singapore will sit for the Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE) at the end of the year. The Indicative PSLE Score Range for 2020 are provided below.
|Year of Admission||'O' Level Programme
|'O' Level Programme
|2021||8 - 12||5 - 10||4 - 8|
* SJI’s affiliated primary schools are:
- De La Salle School
- St. Anthony's Primary School
- St. Joseph's Institution Junior
- St. Stephen's School
Find SJI on MOE School Finder
You may refer to MOE's guide on the selection of secondary schools:
Admission by DSA
The Direct School Admission (DSA) Exercise aims to promote holistic education by giving participating schools greater flexibility in selecting students while holding to the key principles of transparency and meritocracy. For students, the DSA provides them the opportunity to demonstrate a more diverse range of achievements and talents in seeking admission to secondary schools.
For more information, please visit the DSA@SJI page.
Admission by Appeal
|O-Level Programme (OP)||238||247|
|Integrated Programme (IP)||N.A.||252|
- A recent photograph of the applicant
- A copy of his PSLE results slip with the aggregate score
- A copy of his Primary 5 school results
- A copy of his S1 Option Form (choice of Secondary Schools)
- Any other documentary evidence to support your application