St Patrick’s School

490 East Coast Road, Singapore 429058 Get Directions

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Built in 1933, St Patrick’s School used to be known up to the 70s as the “School by the Sea”, being near where the shoreline once stood. The original buildings of St Patrick’s School were completed in 1933 and designed by Dennis Santry of Swan & MacLaren, who also designed Sultan Mosque and Tanjong Pagar Malayan Railway Station. It is built in a mix of Art-Deco and Mission styles, The chapel, a doublevolume space that sits on top of the old assembly hall, features unique ceramic tiled Stations of the Cross and artworks by Brother Joseph McNally.