Computer Science Society





Ever wanted to learn coding but not sure how to begin? 

Here at the Computer Science Society (CSS), we teach many interesting technology courses from programming languages like Python and C++ to Web Development to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

For web development, members are taught how to create and design their own websites using languages and frameworks such as HTML, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets, not Computer Science Society) and JavaScript. For Python and C++, members are taught syntax, algorithms, and data structures (such as arrays, deques, sets, etc).

Members have the opportunity to take part in many competitions and hackathons, such as the National Olympiad in Informatics (NOI), Whitehacks or Cyber Defenders Discovery Camp by DSTA.

We welcome students of all skill levels, from absolute beginners to programming experts. Sessions are typically once a week, 9am to 11am on Wednesdays. If you are interested in creating websites or programming useful applications and games, then we invite you to join the Computer Science Society.




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Teacher Mentors

Mr Lim Hway Kiong

Achievements & Highlights

National Olympiad in Informatics
Five students from RI Year 5-6 represented the school in NOI 2018 and won 1 Gold, 3 Silver and 1 Bronze Medals.