Dulwich College (Singapore)
71 Bukit Batok West Avenue 8, Singapore, 658966
+65 6890 1003
Co-educational Day & Boarding
|Mr. Nick Magnus
|Co-ed Age Range
|Number of pupils
|Day fees per annum
|S$18,650 - S$51,730 per annum
|Boarding fees per annum
|S$37,800 per annum
|IBDP, IBCP, IGCSE
|Language of Instruction
|Average Class Size
Dulwich College (Singapore) is a leading international school founded on the ethos and values of a British international school system. The College proudly draws upon the rich heritage, excellence, innovation and values of the founding school in London. Part of the international network of schools, Dulwich College (Singapore) has a global outlook and contemporary approach, reflecting the diversity of the students from 2 to 18 years. The state-of-the-art green campus and rich academic, sports, arts and music curriculum are designed to help each individual child reach their potential and make a positive difference in the world.
Dulwich College (Singapore) believes in nurturing global citizens and well-rounded future leaders who are equipped to create solutions to the world's challenges. Students are encouraged to Live Worldwise - to make informed choices, take inspired action and create positive impact. The College's innovative and world-changing education is wellbeing-focused and balances academic excellence with a wealth of co-curricular opportunities that enable students to discover their individual talents and passions.
The College is academically selective and follows an enhanced version of the National Curriculum of England, adapted for the needs of our international student body.
Students follow the IGSCE curriculum in Years 9, 10 and 11 followed by the IB Diploma Programme and IB Career-related Programme in Years 12 and 13. Continuing the tradition of excellence started by the founding school, Dulwich College in London, Dulwich College International graduates go on to study at leading universities in the UK, USA and around the world.
The College's holistic education is complemented by rewarding co-curricular programmes. Students are encouraged to participate in sporting competitions and every child from the age of seven is taught a musical instrument. Drama and opportunities for public speaking feature heavily from an early age with students using the 742-seat Alleyn Theatre daily for assemblies, performances and more.
The College offers a dual language programme in English and Mandarin for students in Toddler to Year 2 (aged two to seven) and daily Mandarin classes, streamed according to ability from the age of four. Additional modern foreign languages are offered in the Senior School. The close collaboration among the network of Colleges gives our students unique opportunities to participate in events and benefit from the group's relationships with leading educational and artistic organisations. The network enjoys an ongoing and strong partnership with Dulwich College in London.