Vision Secondary School Alumni

Class of 2011

Clinton Chok - Riam Institute, Automobile Engineering
Mary Wong - Law at Northumbria University, United Kingdom
Ryan Chang - Studying in St Paul's International College, Australia
Jisry Johanis - 2nd year in Labuan Matriculation College
Elvius Saidal - Diploma in Engineering UITM, Kuching, Sarawak
Samson Ang - Engineering in Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak
Andrew Philip - Faculty of Economic, HELP institute
Joeyann Chia, Abel Chai and Nelson Tsen - The One Academy for their art and design programmes
Krimiya Yusof - Medical Degree in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Melvin Joshua Tais - Intensive Matriculation Course and currently waiting for their university offers
Gabriel Pang and Chung Ngin Zhun - A-Level examination at Institute Science and Management in Tawau

Class of 2012

Sandra Chen, Yong Fui Ching and Yvonna Yap - Form 6 in our local government schools
Chua Jia Cheng - Taylor University for Architecture
Ng Thing Cheong - Foundation in Engineering, Australia
Catherina William - Foundation in Science at Institute of Science and Management, Tawau
Ernelly Robin, Martini Wilson, Eunike Midi, Jeneerio Wilster - Labuan Matriculation College


Krimiya Yusof ( Medical Degree in University Kebangsaan Malaysia )
  • "I just got back to Tawau recently after completing my matriculation program in Labuan. As the school had sponsored my studies during my Form 4 and Form 5 years, I decided to come back to help out the school as a volunteer while waiting for my placement in university, as a token of appreciation towards the school's generosity.

    I really thank God for placing me here in Tawau for two whole years where I learnt and grew, especially spiritually through the sermon preached both in the school's chapel services and in the church services.

    I also thank God for St. Patrick's Church for all the support and prayers, and I thank Him for my beloved Vision Secondary School that had trained and educated me in so many ways.

    For me, to get an offer in UKM (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia) for Medical Degree is indeed a miracle. To be a doctor has always been my prayer to God. I kept it deep in my heart and shared about it to only a few people including my parents, my principal Mdm. Chew and some teachers who have been a real support and encouragement to me. I was afraid that if I made it known to others, I will be embarrassed when I can't achieve it.

    During the night before the announcement of my placement in university, I could hardly sleep. I prayed for God's will to be done, not mine. Then, I went to sleep.

    When I got to know that I was offered a Medical Degree in UKM the next day, I broke down to tears, not because I was overjoyed but because God had once again proven Himself that He really answers prayers.

    I knew that if I rely only on my own effort, I might not even get close to achieving my dreams; it is only possible by His mercy and His grace.

    Until now, I am still very overwhelmed by the thought "Who am I that God is mindful of me and He should die for me and even answer my prayers?! Why should I gain from this reward? I cannot give an answer."

    God is truly amazing. All glory to God for all the things He had done and the things that He is going to do. "

    Psalms 111

    Great are the works of the LORD;
    they are pondered by all who delight in them.
    Glorious and majestic are his deeds,
    and his righteousness endures forever.
    He has caused his wonders to be remembered;
    the LORD is gracious and compassionate.

Ryan Chang ( studying in St Paul's International College, Australia )
  • "In 2009, I decided to study in Vision School, because I heard rumours that this school didn't need boys to have crew cut. I didn't understand why I would choose appearance over education then but now I know that education is far more important than appearance. When school started, I was surprised this school imposed crew cut hair for boys.

    Through the two years in Vision School, I became more obedient and more disciplined. Vision School is a school that puts character above academic. Vision School is not just about education; it is also about facing reality. Teachers make us think critically and encourage us to move on and look forward.

    To finish off, once you have good discipline you don't have to worry about your future because you'll know what you should do. I do personally believe that discipline comes first; then education and everything would be well-organised. "

Mdm. Kong , parent of Abel Chai (5 Tolkien)
  • "I praise God that Abel manages to score 3A in his SPM examination. I thank all the teachers and principal for their extraordinary effort in helping and motivating my son in these pass 2 years studying in Vision School. Knowing my son, Abel as below average student, I am amazed and thankful for his achievement and transformation in his character. It is a right decision for me to send my son to Vision Secondary School.

    Once again, I want to thank all of the teachers who taught and encouraged my son. "

Mr Lam Kai Ping , father of Lim Yue Qiong (4 Tolkien) and Lim Yuh Ming (3 Plato)
  • "My wife and I are grateful to Vision School. We have seen changes in both our daughter and son ever since they came to the school. "

Madam Voo Chew Phing , mother of Yong Fui Ching (5 Newton) and Yong Fu Kai (2 Socrates)
  • "My son and daughter regularly updated me of the interesting things happening both in Vision School and Hostel. I am very happy to hear that Vision School is really a good school. "