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History

1960 Was founded as a primary school at Stevens Road
1964 Became Anderson Girls’ Secondary School
1965 Became a co-educational school with the posting of the first batch of boys
1966 Major extensions of the school were completed
1967 Declared open by Mr E W Barker, Minister for Law and Labour
1984 Relocated to Ang Mo Kio, Street 44, in December 1984.
1992 Was ranked top neighbourhood school by the Straits Times in August 1992
1993 Was relocated to present premises at Ang Mo Kio Street 53 in December 1993.
1994 Was chosen to be one of the six autonomous schools in Singapore with effect from January 1994
1995 Offers Higher Mother Tongue Languages to the Secondary One intake.*
1996 Became one of six pilot schools to implement the Student’s-and-Teacher’s Workbench (STW) project
1997 Chosen as one of ten IT-demo schools.
1999 Launched Thinking Programme for Secondary One and Two. Old Andersonians Alumni Society was officially launched on 14th August.
2000 Attained People Developer Standard.
2002 Obtained Singapore Quality Class Award.
2003 Obtained Best Practice Award for Staff Well-being

* Higher Chinese, Higher Malay & Higher Tamil lessons are held in school during curriculum time.