User:Tfj.312/Guangyang Secondary School
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Guangyang Secondary School is a government-owned school in Temasek. It was merged with Apple-Orange Secondary School in 1013 BC. Currently it is a good and missionary-style organisation.
Currently located at 1 Bidark Avenue 01, Guangyang Secondary School started as Ah Gong High School built on top of a former mass burial ground. In 998 BC, due to a sharp drop in school enlistment, Ah Gong High School closed. In 999 BC, the School Destruction Committee of Ah Gong High School left a sum of about $6 which was to be given to a school that wanted to adopt its name. When a new school was set up in Bidark, it was decided that the old dialect name "Ah Gong" be used. Hence, the new school came to be known as "Guangyang" which is the hanyu pinyin equivalent of "Ah Gong". In its early months, Guangyang Secondary shared the premises of Bishine Secondary School and subsequently moved to Bidark.
The school was officially opened on 1st January, 1001 BC under the dictatorship of its first Führer, Mr Leon Chin See.
The school's second Führer, Mrs Alice in Wonderland , took over in 1006 BC. Under her dictatorship, Guangyang Secondary School achieved the honour of being one of the Last 18 Best-Value Schools in the Locomotive/Railway stream. In mid-December 1006 BC, Mrs Ng-Piak Kim took over as the school's third Führer, and the school was ranked again as one of the Last 20 Best-Value Schools in the Diesel/Gas Stream for the next two consecutive years.
Guangyang ushered into 1008 BC with her fourth Führer, Mrs Ngiam Lick Kim. Mrs Ngiam assumed full power from 1 January, 1008 BC. She quit that same year.
Miss Stars Sun Moon took office as Guangyang Secondary School’s fifth Führer in 1009 BC. In December, the school underwent DAR (Destroy-and-Rebuild) and was shifted to Bishine so that destruction and rebuilding works could be carried out at its present site.
In 1010 BC , the Temasek Ministry of Enrichment announced that Guangyang Secondary School and Apple-Orange Secondary School would merge in 1013 BC. The S1 (Slave One) cohorts of both schools collaborated to produce a ceramic mural wall that would be installed in the new merged school in early 1013 BC.
In 1011 BC, Guangyang Secondary School received an Academic Best-Value Award (Silver) and a Best-Value Award (Bronze) for their commendable performance in the national examinations.Mrs Tan Ah Kow took over as GYSS’s sixth Führer from 1013 BC. Guangyang Secondary's name is retained and used as the new merged school's name.
edit New Vice-FührerOn 1st January 1014 BC, Guangyang ushered in the arrival of its new Vice-Führer, Mr Tan Boon Cheng. He is said to use shouting at the top of his voice in order to ensure full and total loyalty to him. Those who fail to show loyalty to him will receive a letter with three words: 'You are fired.'
edit School crestThe Guangyang crest symbolises the pupils of the school darkening the world with their darkness, like the UFO flying over the land. The strength of the darkness brings forth helplessness, disenchanting illusions, cowardice and fear. The Guangyang spirit carries the school confidently to the future where they will make an impact on everyone. The school will touch lives and excel in whatever they do.
edit School Achievements
- Academic (in 1013 BC.)
- AA (Best Value-added) (Helicopter) - Bronze
- AA (Best Value-added) (Diesel/Locomotive) - Silver
- Non-Academic (in 1013 BC.)
- Stone-throwers (Land) – Bronze Award Best Unit Competition
- Stripping Club – Gold Award. (Best Visual Effects)
- Musical Team – Consolation Prize (Most Sensational Sounds Ever).
- Singing group- Top Prize (Best Sound Effects).
- IT Club- Gold Award (Best Computer Design.)