Secondary One (S1) Posting Exercise

The 2013 S1 Posting Exercise has closed. The 2014 S1 Posting Exercise will tentatively be conducted in November 2014. This webpage will be updated by October 2014.

What is the Secondary One (S1) Posting Exercise?

The annual S1 Posting Exercise is conducted by the Ministry of Education (MOE) to post Primary Six (P6) students from our mainstream schools who have passed their Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE) to a secondary school based on their PSLE results and their school choices.

Who can participate in the S1 Posting Exercise?

All P6 students from our mainstream schools who pass the PSLE except those who have been successfully allocated a secondary school place via the Direct School Admissions – Secondary (DSA-Sec) Exercise

Successful DSA students who are eligible to opt for Third Language and/or Course Option can do so using the S1 Internet System (S1-IS).

When is the S1 Posting Exercise conducted?

S1 Posting Exercise is typically conducted from November after the release of the PSLE results. The S1 Posting Exercise is conducted in 3 phases from late November to December. You may refer to Important Dates for more information.

How to apply for the S1 Posting Exercise?

P6 students from our mainstream schools who pass the PSLE will receive a personalised S1 Option Form together with the PSLE results. Parents can use the Personal Identification Number (PIN) provided in the S1 Option Form to submit their child’s S1 options and/or secondary school choices online via the S1 Internet System (S1-IS) during the S1 Option Phase.

For parents who do not wish to opt online, they may submit their secondary school choices at the child’s primary school during the S1 Option Phase.