Dulwich College Singapore is a private, international school in Singapore. Founded in 2014, it provides quality education for more than 2,500 students aged 2 to 17.
Dulwich is divided into three schools: DUCKS, Junior School, and Senior School. Pupils aged 2 to 7 are then put in a multilingual environment where classes in both English and Chinese are held.
In addition to offering multilingual classes to students, the teacher-student ratio is relatively small—around 1:22. In other words, the average class size is 22 students. However, that class size is quite small when compared to some of the top international schools in Singapore.
With that said, Dulwich College Singapore often takes into consideration the welfare and academic performance of every child inside and outside the classroom.
The reason why class size is usually kept small is so as to establish an environment where everyone knows everyone.
Admissions into Dulwich College Singapore are selective, and parents who wish to send their children to the school must ensure that they have a foreign/international passport.
Dulwich College Singapore Admission
Students wishing to enroll in the College must possess a foreign passport. Dulwich College Singapore accepts learners of all nationalities who meet the school’s academic entry requirements and admissions criteria. Applications are open throughout the year. However, students will be placed on a waiting list if they meet the entry requirements, but no space is available.
Dulwich College Singapore Boarding Facilities
Dulwich College Singapore has boarding facilities that can provide a full boarding experience for learners aged 16-18 who are studying in years 12 and 13 and who have families that reside outside Singapore. Annual residential boarding fees per academic year are SGD 35,300 and are non-refundable.