NUS High School Student Wins 23rd French Alumni French Language Award
The French Alumni French Language Awards are given annually to Singaporean students who excel in the French language from the various tertiary institutions and schools in Singapore. These awards aim to motivate students in their study of the French language and encourage them to further their education in France.
The first awards were presented in 1992 to the best French language students from 4 institutions in Singapore, namely the European Studies Program of the National University of Singapore, the French-Singapore Institute which is now part of the Nanyang Polytechnic, Victoria Junior College and the Ministry of Education Language Centre (two awards).
In 1997, as more and more students were learning French in Singapore, the awards were extended to five more institutions: Nanyang Technological University, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore Polytechnic, Temasek Polytechnic and the Alliance Française de Singapour.
In 2008, the awards were extended to 2 more schools: ACS (Independent) and NUS High School of Mathematics and Science. In 2009, SJI International was added to the list of award recipients.
Best French language student at NUS High School of Math & Science
Miss Shriya Mehta (M14406)
More information could be found on this website: http://www.frenchalumni.org/index.html