The Lim Teow Lin Bursary

Lim Teow Lin BursaryMr Lim Teow Lin is a retired teacher who spent his entire career in the ACS schools, having taught students in the primary school, secondary school and Junior College. Even though he was not a beneficiary of an ACSian education, he devoted his life to teaching ACSians throughout his more than thirty years career. Mr Lim retired as an Art teacher at Anglo-Chinese Junior College.

His heart for ACS continues to shine through not only in his paintings but also his concern for needy students. A quiet and reserved man, he let his actions speak for themselves when he approached Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) to contribute bursaries for needy students.

The school is grateful for the contributions amidst challenging economic times due to the impact of Covid-19. More than that, the ACS family is touched and inspired by his example of paying it forward to an institution that Mr Lim has given his life to.

The ACS Foundation To Launch New Website

The ACS Foundation is revamping its website to be launched by November, just as a challenging 2020 is coming to a close and as we look forward to welcoming 2021, which marks the Foundation’s 10th anniversary.

With a fresh new look, our goal with this website is to provide easy navigation and a user-friendly browsing experience. We also wish to establish this portal as a source of information for those who visit our site. The refreshed website gives access to About Us, The ACS Impact, FAQ, Contact Us and Making a Gift. In addition, we have made it easier for those who would like to support the foundation by providing ways to give digitally.

We hope you will enjoy our new site and sign up for our newsletter so you never miss an update. Our URL is If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please contact us at


The ACS Foundation wishes to thank Mr. Lim Kay Kiat for generously arranging donations to the ACS Foundation in memory of his late father, Mr. Lim Kee Suan, who went home to the Lord on May 12, 2020. Donations were made between May and July.

His obituary reads: “Education made him what he was and gave him what he had. ACS was his education and something he was passionate about and proud of. Our family would like to honour this.”

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