Events & Activities
Throughout the year, we organise whole-school key events and enriching in- and out-of-school activities for our students.
18 August 2019
All are Winners at Viva la Musica!
Merged in 2016, ACS (International)'s very own Philharmonic Orchestra has an impressive number of performances and accolades under its belt, performing regularly for major school events such as Founder's Day and Graduation Night, as well as travelling abroad on various concert tours to Japan, America, Italy, Austria, France and the Netherlands. Furthermore, the Philharmonic Orchestra goes the extra mile to host and perform its own annual concert, such as 2016's Strings Concert (in collaboration with the Gu Zheng Ensemble), 2017's Go West!, and 2018's Melody Fantasy.
16 August 2019
Job Shadowing Industry Partners’ Appreciation Night
During the evening of 16 August, 38 distinguished guests from 26 companies arrived at ACS (International) to attend our Industry Partners’ Appreciation Night.
8 August 2019
Commemorating the Singapore Bicentennial During National Day Celebration
The theme of this year’s celebration on 8 August was based on the Singapore Bicentennial theme of “Our Singapore”. The aim of the celebration is to show the diverse community that forms this nation while acknowledging its identity within the Indonesian Archipelago. The programme took the form of a historical journey of myths and history, present to future.
8 August 2019
As usual, International Day was celebrated this year after the National Day assembly on 8 August. Students left the Sports Hall and were greeted by the wonderful aroma of “food from around the world” and a live satay station, and were treated to free food samples from 11 countries. The food stalls, New Block classrooms, and performance tent were set up to promote a carnival atmosphere.
5 to 7 August 2019
Language Week 2019
The theme for this year's Language Week (5 to 7 August) was FOOD. All our activities and competitions revolve around the theme and it proved to be a great success. For what can be more binding than the act of eating together, let alone all the ideas that food as a sociological and cultural representation can evoke.