Cake CuttingWhenever and wherever ACSians meet, it is not unusual for them to greet each other with “The Best Is Yet To Be” or to belt out spontaneously into the ACS Anthem, the two treasured takeaways from their beloved Alma Mater.

Another cherished recollection dear to their hearts of those who have passed through the portals of ACS is March 1, the auspicious day Bishop William F. Oldham founded the school in 1886.

Here’s a roundup of how ACS Founder’s Day was celebrated around the world this year.


Past vs Present Games 2019This year’s Past vs Present Games continued to see strong participation from the Old Boys with soccer drawing the highest participation of more than 200 persons! Despite the intense February heat, they did well to retain the Ang Peng Tiam Trophy after a second consecutive clean sweep of the 8 games (Badminton, Basketball, Rugby, Soccer, Squash, Tennis, Volleyball and Waterpolo). It was good to see that despite the very competitive nature of the event, the ACS spirit was very much alive as the young boys interacted well with their seniors outside of the competitive matches.

Once again, we would like to thank Malaysia Dairy Industries for their contribution to beverages, hosts ACJC, ACS (International) and ACS (Independent), and Oldham Club for helping in the organisation of this event where we can share lives and the heritage that makes us all ONE ACS.

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Click for more Founder's Day Celebrations Around The World
  Auckland, New Zealand    Claremont,  California, USA  Founder's Day Dinner, Singapore 
  Brisbane, Australia   London, United Kingdom    Past vs Present Games 2019
  Melbourne, Australia   Jakarta, Indonesia   Founder's Day Celebrations of Sorts 
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