by Ian Tay Rui Ming My challenges were a lack of discipline, and my shaky foundations for mathematics and Chinese compounded it. Being a person who needs a goal to work hard, I struggled a bit during the first … Continue Reading My PSLE Experience by Ian Tay
Photos by John Chua What a Wonderful World by Aaron Fong, THG Alumnus on guitar Once upon a time, … Continue Reading A Day at Summer Camp – A (fictional) Photo Story
by Ian Tay In the book “Tuck Everlasting,” there are two Tuck brothers named Jesse and Miles. They have everlasting life after drinking from a magical spring in a strange forest 87 years before the story. After drinking the water, … Continue Reading Jesse Vs. Miles – What Kind of Person do You Want to be?
THG thanks all contributors for being a part of our memories. If you are or were a homeschooler-contributor and would like to have a personal page listing your portfolio of submissions, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. An introductory profile and photo … Continue Reading Student Contributors
Ian Tay, Alumni Jesse Vs. Miles – What Kind of Person do You Want to be? My PSLE Experience by Ian Tay