Finally visited an all girls school

We were walking out of the Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ school. He needs a cigarette.

“Finally visited a girl’s school,” he announced.

“Yeah, is that in your things-to-do-before-I-die checklist too?”

He laughed, “Yeah, finally… Finally the day has come.”

“Checked.”

“Yup, checked.”

Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) (Abbreviation: PLMGSS) is an all-girls school located in Hougang, Singapore, running on a single session catering to pupils in the Special, Express, Normal Academic and Normal Technical streams, hence fulfilling its mission of opening its doors to the very able as well as the less able. Since 1995, PLMGSS has been offering Higher Chinese (HCL) to her pupils. There are 61 teachers, 80% of whom are committed Christians. Approximately 25% are old girls, a special feature of the school. (Source: Wikipedia)

Erm, what are old girls by the way? Or is that one of those Wikipedia nonsense.