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  • MGS Open House 2019
    19 Oct 2019, Saturday, 8.30 am to 2.30 pm
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  • Past, Present & Future: Commemorating the Singapore Bicentennial by Methodist Girls’ School
    20 July - 31 December 2019
    King Albert Park MRT Station DT6, Bukit Timah Road
  • MGS Choir's achievements at 6th Vietnam Int Choir Competition: We thank God for MGS Choir's achievements in the 6th Vietnam International Choir Competition! We got into the Grand Prize Competition and were awarded the G2 Youth category - Winner, with a Golden Diploma Level 3, 23,08pts and S Sacred category - Second, with a Golden Diploma Level 3, 23,47pts. All Glory be to God!
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    MGS Learning Journeys

    My SG Trails & Exhibitions

    As part of Singapore’s SG50 celebrations, our Secondary Two 2015 students planned a walking trail that addressed the issues of multiculturalism and racial harmony in Singapore. The trails encompass Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Glam, the three more renowned ‘racial enclaves’ in Singapore. The focus is on helping the participants understand how the different ethnic groups in Singapore have developed over the years and how though these areas are considered enclaves, there are many evidence of how cross-cultural early Singapore already was.

    We invite all visitors to download the materials (accessible via the hyperlinks below) and go on a journey of discovery of Many Races, One Singapore. You can choose to go on only one of these journeys or better yet, go for all three!