Meet Our Students

We offer an unparalleled student experience on Campus. Come see what our students are capable of and how much they enjoy learning alongside a community of passionate tech enthusiasts!

Meet Our Students

We offer an unparalleled student experience on Campus. Come see what our students are capable of and how much they enjoy learning alongside a community of passionate tech enthusiasts!
Student Achievements
Meet our Code Campers and see what they’ve achieved with the power of code!
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National Olympiad for Informatics 2019
Overall Champion & Gold Medallist
Daniel, 15
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AppJamming Summit 2019
International Finalist
Nahshon, 11 | Kate, 9 | Victor, 9
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DSTA Young Defence Scientist Programme
Programme Scholar 2018
Cedric, 15
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IMDA Hackathon 2018
1st Prize, Junior Category
Darion, 11 | Austin, 11 | Ashir, 10
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IMDA Hackathon 2018
2nd Prize, Junior Category
Nahshon, 11 | Kate, 9 | Victor, 9
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IMDA Hackathon 2018
3rd Prize, Junior Category
Roshan, 11 | Onno, 11 | Chuan Teck, 10
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IB Computer Science HL 2018
Perfect Score: 7 points
Max, 18
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IMDA Hackathon 2018
3rd Prize, School Category
Wen Jun, 17 | Jamie, 14 | Erica, 14
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IMDA Hackathon 2018
Top 9 Finalists, School Category
Jun, 17 | Justin, 15 | Vir, 14
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IMDA Hackathon 2017
3rd Prize, School Category
Cedric, 14 | Daniel, 13 | Elliot, 14
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IMDA Hackathon 2017
Top 6 Finalists, School Category
Jamie, 13 | Marcus, 13 | Matthew, 13
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Direct School Admissions - Sec
Admitted via Talent in STEM
Yawen, 12
National Olympiad for Informatics 2019
Overall Champion & Gold Medallist
Daniel, 15
AppJamming Summit 2019
International Finalist
Nahshon, 11 | Kate, 9 | Victor, 9
DSTA Young Defence Scientist Programme
Programme Scholar 2018
Cedric, 15
IMDA Hackathon 2018
1st Prize, Junior Category
Darion, 11 | Austin, 11 | Ashir, 10
IMDA Hackathon 2018
2nd Prize, Junior Category
Nahshon, 11 | Kate, 9 | Victor, 9
IMDA Hackathon 2018
3rd Prize, Junior Category
Roshan, 11 | Onno, 11 | Chuan Teck, 10
IB Computer Science HL 2018
Perfect Score: 7 points
Max, 18
IMDA Hackathon 2018
3rd Prize, School Category
Wen Jun, 17 | Jamie, 14 | Erica, 14
IMDA Hackathon 2018
Top 9 Finalists, School Category
Jun, 17 | Justin, 15 | Vir, 14
IMDA Hackathon 2017
3rd Prize, School Category
Cedric, 14 | Daniel, 13 | Elliot, 14
IMDA Hackathon 2017
Top 6 Finalists, School Category
Jamie, 13 | Marcus, 13 | Matthew, 13
Direct School Admissions - Sec
Admitted via Talent in STEM
Yawen, 12
Meet Daniel, one of our pioneering students with a real passion and talent for coding. Daniel has been a weekly regular on Campus ever since 2016, moving through Principles 1-8 before attending our Principles X master classes in React Programming, Algorithms and Machine Learning. Daniel won a Silver medal on his first try at the NOI in 2018, and in just two years of coding competitively, managed to leap to top position at the NOI by winning a Gold Medal and Overall Champion in 2019. What an accomplishment!
The Singapore National Olympiad in Informatics (NOI) is an annual competition hosted by the School of Computing (SoC) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) since 1998. The competition focuses on the finer points of programming, which involves useful algorithmic techniques and problem-solving skills, and is modelled after the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), the ultimate international competition in computing organised by UNESCO for pre-U students worldwide. Solutions are judged according to their correctness (i.e., whether they produce the correct answers) as well as their speed of execution (i.e., producing the answers within a time limit).
Daniel was first introduced to algorithms in our Principles X class, which spurred him to pursue the topic further and put his competence to the test by participating in the 2018 edition of the NOI. Instead of building a tangible project, Daniel was required to individually solve and program a solution to each of 4-5 programming tasks (with subtasks of varying difficulties) over five hours. He received a Silver Medal for his efforts - an admirable accomplishment indeed! Daniel also landed an 11th placing amongst all Singaporeans at the regional Asia-Pacific Olympiad (APIO) 2018, and hopes to represent Singapore at the IOI in 2020.
Daniel enjoys coding as a hobby and tries to find time to code whenever he can, especially during the weekends and school holidays. He hopes to pursue higher studies in computer science and aspires to enter a job related to machine learning.