Dunearn Secondary School
Dunearn Secondary School was established in 1962 as Dunearn Government Chinese Middle School. In 1969, it amalgamated with Dunearn Vocational School to become Dunearn Secondary School. The Chinese stream was phased out in 1986.
The former school logo and motto is show below.
A glimpse of the "life and times" in the former school can be seen in the Dunearn Secondary 10th Anniversary Souvenir Magazine 1969 -1979. Click here to access the online magazine (hosted by Dunearn Alumni).
In 1993, the school moved to its present site at Bukit Batok.
The school provides a holistic education for all its pupils. We believe that all pupils have the potential to learn and that, through determination and discipline, they will achieve optimum growth, in a challenging, supportive and caring environment. The school received Academic Value-Added Award (Bronze) for the Express stream in 2007 and the Normal (Academic) stream in 2009. In addition, the school received the Sustained Achievement Award for Uniformed Groups in 2009 and 2010.
Mr Boo Hian Kok was appointed Principal of the school at the end of 2009.