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We realise how important it is to choose the right school for your child. No question is too small.
The Northbridge Student Council (STUCO) is the organisation through which concerns and opinions from fellow secondary school students can be raised with the school administrators and staff.
The organisation also contributes toward fostering development within the Northbridge community and helps form a closer relationship between the students and the school staff. STUCO organizes events and activities to enhance student life within the school. Activities such as sports tournaments, Spirit Week, dances and movie nights are among get togethers that promote camaraderie amongst the students. There are also events that are fundraisers for projects specified by the Council toward the overall improvement of the school facilities, atmosphere and community.
Providing community service opportunities to reach out for our neighbourhood is also an integral part of the STUCO. Students visit orphanages, NGOs and other organizations that provide services to the less privileged people in our society.
All members of the Primary Student Council are representatives elected by their classmates in Grades 2 through 6. NISC Primary STUCO is made up of hard-working, dedicated and creative students. During their time, they have chosen to sponsor Cambodia Children’s Fund (CCF). They have organized a book drive to help bring reading materials to the CCF school for the underprivileged students it serves. They have put on assemblies and have begun to address issues they and their classes feel are important in the school.