Chatsworth International School
EL Singapore|May Mini Guide 2021 - International Schools
Our children are in their third year at Chatsworth, having started in August 2018.

We heard about Chatsworth through online research. We specifically wanted an international experience and a school that doesn’t have a dominant nationality. We wanted a curriculum that would allow us to transfer back to the US if needed, and the IB curriculum worked well. We love the small class sizes and community feel, and the tuition was at a better price point than other larger schools.

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