Primary and secondary school students show more interest in DSA scheme

Secondary 1 student Arish Putra Muhammad Sufi secured a spot in Orchid Park Secondary with his talent in playing the guitar.
Secondary 1 student Arish Putra Muhammad Sufi secured a spot in Orchid Park Secondary with his talent in playing the guitar.ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID

SINGAPORE - More students applied for the Direct School Admission (DSA) last year, using electronic means to show their talents amid the Covid-19 situation.

The Ministry of Education (MOE) said it received about 30,500 applications last year for places in secondary schools through the DSA route - 1,500 more than in the year before.

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