Australian International School
Australian International School (AIS) is the only school in SG offering Australian Curriculum and International Baccalaureate (IB). The school prides itself on being globally focused while remaining distinctly Australian in its culture and attitude. There’s a strong team spirit between students, parents and staff, and an emphasis on arts, sports and outdoors education.
Insider tip: AIS shares the purpose-built Early Learning Village with Stamford American International School (page 14), which provides top-notch infant care from 2 months and up.
Approximate annual fees: from $23,160 for 5 full days at Nursery to $42,852 for Years 10 to 12. (3 Chuan Ln., 554350; 1 Lorong Chuan, 556818, www.ais.com.sg;)
Canadian International School
Founded in 1990, Canadian International School (CIS) is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School with more than 3,300 students between two campuses: Lakeside in the west (2 to 18 years) and Tanjong Katong in the east (2 to 12 years). The school is known for its academic achievements and a well-rounded approach.
Approximate annual fees: from $24,000 for Nursery full-day to $40,900 for Grades 11 to 12. (visit www.cis.edu.sg for locations)
Chatsworth International School
With an enrolment of 800 students for Kindergarten through Year 13 (Grade 12) across two campuses, Chatsworth takes pride in its “small school” ethos and nurturing environment. It offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programmes to students of more than 50 nationalities. Located next to Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, the campus has a serene yet vibrant feel.
Insider tip: Its upcoming brand-new, purpose-built Forest Playground features innovative structures for kids aged 3 to 12.
Approximate annual fees: $23,819 for K1 and K2 to $32,788 for Years 12 to 13. (72 Bukit Tinggi Rd., 289760; https:// international.chatsworth.com.sg;)
Dover Court International School
Dover Court International School’s broad and balanced programme is within the framework of the English National Curriculum. Pupils come from more than 60 nationalities, making it a diverse experience for children and parents alike. Part of the Nord Anglia family of schools, students utilise Global Campus to connect with peers at Nord Anglia schools worldwide via online, in-school and worldwide expeditions.
Insider tip: Collaborations with Juillard offer a platform for students to develop their talents in performing arts.
Approximate annual fees: from S$21,810 for Nursery to S$33,855 for Year 13. (301 Dover Rd., 139644; www.nordangliaeducation.com/our-schools/singapore;)
Dulwich College (Singapore)
Dulwich College (Singapore) is an International school with a British Independent school ethos and values, and draws upon 400 years of excellence and tradition from the original Dulwich College in the U.K. Opened here in 2014, the school has a strong duallanguage English and Mandarin programme, and boasts three libraries, a Performing Arts Centre with three theatres, three swimming pools and other exceptional facilities.
Insider tip: Dulwich has a new Forest School site on campus and is the first international school in SG with one run by an accredited Forest School leader.
Approximate annual fees: from $16,400 Toddler half-day to $45,500 for Year 13. (71 Bukit Batok West Ave. 8, 658966; https:// singapore.dulwich.org;)
EtonHouse For more than 20 years, EtonHouse has delivered a curriculum not solely focused on academics, but also on helping children develop life skills. Pupils can progress from preschool right through to high school, where both IGCSE and IB Diplomas are offered at its various locations. Primary and Secondary students have access to sports science, design thinking and entrepreneurship programmes. In High School there’s a SMART programme built around Science, Mathematics, Art, Research and Technology.
Insider tip: Its Sentosa outlet is expanding to accommodate more Primary students.
Approximate annual fees: $6,016 per term for Nursery to K2, Primary level $28,723 and Secondary $30,174 to $34,688. (visit www.etonhouse.com.sg for locations;)
GEMS World Academy (Singapore)
GEMS offers all four International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes from Kindergarten to Grade 12: Primary Years, Middle Years, Diploma and Career-related Programmes. Students in Grades 9 and 10 can also complete Cambridge IGCSE courses. Beyond the core curriculum, it has GEMS Sports Academy Programmes and a recently built Design Centre.
Approximate annual fees: from $27,080 for K1 full-day to $40,640 for Grade 12. (2 Yishun St. 42, 768039, www.gwa.edu.sg)
Providing IB curriculum in English and German curriculum in German from Preschool to Grade 12, GESS is a not-for-profit school with European foundations. In mid-2018, GESS moved to a new campus, which has impressive sports, design, music, drama, and arts facilities.
Approximate annual fees: from $26,230 Pre-K and Kindergarten; $34,010 for English IB; and $24,370 for German curriculum in High school. (2 Dairy Farm Ln., 677621; www.gess.sg)
Global Indian International School
Initially founded in Singapore to cater to the Indian expatriate community, the school is now attracting a highly diverse enrolment and has expanded to seven countries. Students have a choice of an Indian or international curriculum and extensive choices of CCAs, including robotics, bharatanatyam dancing, and folk painting.
Approximate annual fees: from $3,415 per term for Nursery to $4,455 per term for Grade 12. (visit www.globalindianschool.org for locations)
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