From archery to Chinese opera, co-curricular activities are big part of secondary school life

Archery is among the 19 CCAs offered at Maris Stella High School. ST PHOTO: THADDEUS ANG
Hillgrove Secondary School and NCC Air Cadets flying a remote-controlled ranger 600 glider. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE - When Arissa Kamaruzaman started Secondary 1, she heard the Coldplay song, Viva La Vida, played on the angklung.

Intrigued that the pop classic was being played on the traditional Indonesian instruments at the orientation event for co-curricular activities (CCAs), she signed up for the Angklung Ensemble.

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