| || 2005 || |
- The School of Health Sciences was established with the mission of becoming the premier health sciences education provider charged with nurturing caring professionals.
- Pioneer batch of 160 Trainee Nurses Enrolled.
| || 2006 || |
- First Year enrollment swelled to 300 trainee nurses.
- Total cohort increased to 460.
- Lessons via PDA gains maturity
| || 2007 || |
- First year enrollment reached 400 trainee nurses.
- Total cohort size hit 860.
- Teaching and learning in state-of-the-art patient simulation centre optimised.
- PDA as a education and professional resource introduced as a pilot study involving Third Year students.
| || 2008 || |
- The full-operation number of 500 First Year student cohort is reached.
- Total cohort size hit 1200.
- Pioneer batch of nursing students graduated (Class of 2008).
- Dionne Liew awarded Ministry of Health (MOH) prestigious Overseas scholarship. Attends the Ivy-League University of Pennsylvania.
| || 2009 || |
- Total cohort size hit 1400.
- Pioneering batch of graduates reported full employment. All of the graduating class found jobs within the Nursing sector.
- Full implementation of PDA as a teaching and learning tool for all students.
- Optometry course was added to our diploma offerings.
- Two of our pioneering Nursing diploma graduates obtained Bachelor of Science degrees from University of Queensland (UQ). They gained a 2-year exemption from UQ with their HSN dploma.
| || 2010 || |
- Full capacity of 1500 students reached.
- Apple Ipod Touch replace the PDA as the mobile learning tool of choice.
- Our graduates continued to set high standards.
- Marcus and Gayathiri received the MOH overseas and local awards respectively.
- Shi Jia and Antoinette received NUS scholarships for their studies.
- Shi Jia succesfully changed career path and entered the Life Sciences faculty and also received the Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship to encourage Upgrading award.
- Three other graduates received the SingHealth scholarships.
- A record number of 11 graduates gained direct entry into the second year of the NUS nursing degree programme.
| ||2011|| |
- Opening of the state-of-the-art Ngee Ann Polytechnic Optometry Centre (NPOC).
- Our graduates continue to do us proud:.
- Jolyn Chia received the Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship to encourage Upgrading (LKY-STEP) award.
- Forty out of 56 HS students who applied for the University of Manchester@Singapore Institute of Technology Degree in Health Sciences (Nursing) were offered a place.
- Chris Chen (Class of 2010) was accepted to read Law at a university in the UK
| || 2012 || |
- Pioneer batch of Optometry students graduated.
- HS releases first book, Beyond the High Ground (a YEP reflection journal) in the iTunes global book store. This book is downloadable in 32 countries. This was followed by the digital delivery of the HS Graduation Yearbook, Luminosity to the iTunes store.
- HS comes out tops as the most preferred nursing school in the 2012 Joint-Admissions Exercise for secondary school leavers.
- Marcus Chia (Class of 2010) gains entry into King's College London.
| || 2013 || |
- HS Nursing Student Mr Chow Xue Ping wins the Tay Eng Soon Gold Medal for most outstanding graduate from ITE.
- HS Nursing Valedictorian Ms Alaine Teu Pu Yin wins the Ngee Ann Polytechnic Outstanding Achievement Award for all round excellence.
- HS launches the e-Clinical software to optimize the available CA placements and have a seamless tracking of students on CA over their 3 years of studies.