Between the end of 1987 and October 1989, plans were drawn up for the establishment of a new campus for ACS at Dover Road. Several fund-raising campaigns were organised for the School Building Fund and its Endowment Fund.

March 1st 1989 marked the ground-breaking ceremony at the new site at Dover Road. This event was held in conjunction with the annual March 1 Founder's Day celebrations but this time, as in the 1986 Centennial Celebrations, the event was a joint celebration of all four units of the Anglo-Chinese School.

In January 1992 the Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) made its big move to its new campus at Dover Road. The site was officially opened by Dr Richard Hu, Minister of Finance of Singapore, on 1st March, 1993, the 107th anniversary of the school's founding by Bishop Oldham, and today, the School continues to uphold its fine tradition.

[ACS Moves to Barker Road] [The Founding of ACJC]

[ACS(I) Moves to Dover Road]

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