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At Dulwich College (Singapore), we focus on developing confident, compassionate, and outward-looking young individuals with a passion for lifelong learning. In Senior School (Year 7 – 13), our curricula is aligned to progressively prepare students for success in life beyond school:

Lower Senior School (Years 7 – 8)

Emotional Intelligence, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving: During this critical time in a student’s education, we focus on developing effective learning strategies and self-awareness of individual strengths and areas for improvement. Students work with subject specialists to explore topics in-depth, building skills and foundational knowledge in multiple subjects. This stage aims to build critical thinking skills and encourage personal reflection on their strengths and weaknesses.

Middle Senior School (Years 9 – 11)

Collaboration, Communication, Creativity and Innovation: Putting their self-reflection and critical thinking to the test, students are given a unique opportunity to have more choice and ownership over their education by creating a tailored curriculum that suits their personal interests and goals. Unlike other schools, we offer a three-year IGCSE programme, giving students extra time to develop important skills across different subjects. This approach allows students to learn at their own pace, enabling them to go through the College with enhanced research, self-management, communication, and social interaction skills.

“The IB programme motivates students to develop using the Dulwich values of Determination, Courageousness, Skilfulness and Graciousness. The programme urges time management and organisation skills which allow me to face future life with a well-developed toolkit.”
– Amelie Dura, Year 13, Head Student

Upper Senior School (Years 12 – 13)

Lifelong Learning, Resilience and Career Preparation: To channel passion into execution, our students study the globally recognised International Baccalaureate (IB), selecting the IB Diploma Programme (IBDP) or the IB Career-related Programme (IBCP). The IBCP was developed for students who wish to engage in career-related learning while gaining transferable and lifelong skills. Both emphasise life skills like open-mindedness, care, principled moral behaviour, and curiosity through inquiry.

The College’s IBDP programme fosters individuals who excel intellectually, emotionally, ethically, and academically. Offering a broad range of subjects often not found at other schools in Singapore (e.g. Health Sciences), we can tailor each student’s education. This allows students to delve deeper into their interests and combine theoretical knowledge with practical skills. In turn, this develops essential personal and professional skills for an ever-changing job market, providing authentic experiences in their desired career path.

Our IB students are supported along by our professional University Counselling and Career Programme. In 2023, our 118 IBDP students received an average score of 36.8. Notably, 33% scored 40 or higher, and three achieved a perfect 45 points. Also last year, 96% of our students went to the university of their choice.

Dulwich College (Singapore),  71 Bukit Batok West Avenue 8, Singapore, 658966
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