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What does Assumption Pathway School do?

Assumption Pathway School (APS) is a Catholic educational institution that empowers students unable to access or complete mainstream secondary education, helping them achieve personal success through vocational programs accredited by ITE and foundation & character development programs developed in collaboration with MOE.




yeo koh tuan kiok dominic, bryan ghana, brother john albert arul devanesan, lau kam yuen, gwee choon guan paul, alice seow chui hoon, roland yeow theng nam, goh poh huat henry, kiang lai kuong neville, siow wee loong


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  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2009
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Providing education opportunities for students who cannot access or complete mainstream secondary education, helping them achieve personal success and empowering them to become carers in their communities.
  • Offering vocational programs accredited by the Institute of Technical Education (ITE), as well as foundation and character development programs developed with the Ministry of Education (MOE).
  • Fostering an inclusive environment where students can grow in self-worth and purpose, creating a sense of belonging for those who may have been excluded from mainstream education.
  • Promoting Catholic values and teachings through its educational programs, helping to instill moral principles and ethical behavior among its students.
  • Contributing to the development of society by equipping students with skills and knowledge that can help them contribute positively to their communities and the wider society.

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