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Aesthetics

Art Club
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The Hillgrove Art Club aims to provide opportunities for budding artists to explore 2D and 3D art in an array of visual art media and forms. They share their passion with the school and the community at large to promote the beauty of Art. Learning is further enriched with the discovery of Art Movements and Art History not covered in the formal curriculum. Exploration extends beyond the classroom setting, where students develop a deeper appreciation for the Arts through engagements with the surroundings as well as eye-opening visits to the museums and exhibitions.

Days & Time of Training Venue Teachers-in-charge
Wednesday: 3.00pm - 6.00pm
Fridays: 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Art Room 2 Mrs Lim Lye Sim (OIC)
Mdm Nurul Afia
Miss Nor Juani (TSO)

Choir
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The Hillgrove Choir allows members to enhance and refine their breathing techniques, vocal production and vocal presentation techniques. This allows them to express each song more meaningfully to their audience. The mainstay of the Choir is the biennial Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation when students are given an opportunity to perform in front of a distinguished panel of adjudicators. Members also get a chance to boost their confidence with their participation in internal and external performances each year.

Days & Time of Training Venue Teachers-in-charge
Wednesday: 3.00pm - 5.30pm
Fridays: 2.30pm - 5.30pm
Artscapade Mdm Chung Pei Shi (OIC)
Mrs Ng-Siew May Ling
Miss Gayle Sim [Sem 1]

Concert Band 
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The Hillgrove Concert Band member’s journey begins with the commitment to develop a skill for playing an instrument. They need not have prior experience but must be resilient and willing to learn. Through various performance opportunities, camps and taking on leadership roles, members learn to be more disciplined and confident. 


Days & Time of Training Venue Teachers-in-charge
Wednesday: 3.00pm - 5.45pm
Fridays: 3.30pm - 5.30pm
Band Room Miss Hshieh Szu An (OIC)
Mrs Quek Xue Si [Sem 1]
Mdm Teo Wee Sze
Mr Yang Hsiu Chen
Ms Bahirah [UT]

Drama Club 

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We believe that the Hillgrove Drama Club will help its members learn how to express and communicate through artistic ideas. It also provides a platform for the stimulation and development of their imagination, interpretation and reflection. Through public and school performances, the Drama Club nurtures and develops students to explore, discover and develop their skills in performing, making them more confident on stage.

Days & Time of Training Venue Teachers-in-charge
Wednesday: 3.00pm - 5.00pm
Fridays: 3.30pm - 5.30pm
AVA Room Mrs Esther Shen (OIC)
Ms Dalvinder Kaur

Malay Dance 


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The Hillgrove Malay Dance Troupe consists of dedicated students who put in time and energy to hone their craft and skill in the various Malay dance types, from Zapin to Inang to Masri. Their success and high performing standards are founded on the principles of dedication, hard work and sheer passion for the Malay dances. Hillgrove's Malay Dance will continue to bring glory and pride to the performing arts scene in Hillgrove.

Days & Time of Training Venue Teachers-in-charge
Wednesday: 3.00pm - 5.30pm
Fridays: 2.00pm - 4.30pm
Music Room Mdm Zurainy (OIC)
Mdm Nur Syahirah [Sem 1]
Mdm Wee Jing Ting [UT]
Miss Nurfadilah (AED)

Media Club 


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The Hillgrove Media Club’s mission is to help students develop an understanding of New Media in a fast-paced and image-driven 21st century world. The club enables students to hone communications skills through hands-on learning by way of supporting school events that inculcate values, disseminate information and engender school identity.

Days & Time of Training Venue Teachers-in-charge
Wednesday: 3.00pm - 5.30pm
Fridays: 2.30pm - 5.00pm
MacWorld Mr Tan Sung (OIC)
Ms Neo Keng Keok
Mr Johari
Mr Pua Weicheng

Modern Dance 


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The Hillgrove Modern Dance focuses on giving the students the opportunity to learn different genres of dance.  This CCA provides a platform for students to perform their choreographed dance item which instil in them the school values.  Not only that, students are given committee roles where they are given the opportunity to hone their leadership skills.



Days & Time of Training Venue Teachers-in-charge
Wednesday: 3.00pm - 5.30pm
Fridays: 1.30pm - 4.30pm
Seminar Room Mrs Valerie Loh (OIC)
Mrs Lisa Pan
Ms Juwika