This 1992 photograph shows the corridor stairways of Chinese High School on Bukit Timah Road. In 2005, it merged with Hwa Chong Junior College to form Hwa Chong Institution, offering a new six-year Integrated Programme where students study from secondary one to junior college year two, skipping GCE 'O' Levels and proceed directly to GCE 'A' Levels. In 1999, the school's clock tower was gazetted as a national monument.
This 1992 photograph shows the top of the corridor stairways of Chinese High School Clock Tower Building at Bukit Timah Road. The stairways, which lead downwards, have wooden handrails. Beyond the stairways can be seen several columns, and arched doorways along a corridor. On 19 March 1999, the Clock Tower Building was gazetted as a national monument. Title devised by Library staff.
All rights reserved. Lee Kip Lin and National Library Board, Singapore 2009.