- Tanglin Trust School
“Tanglin Trust School”, founded in 1925, is one of the oldest international British schools in Southeast Asia. Tanglin has an English Countrywide Syllabus for children from 3-18 years old in Singapore. Tanglin is the only international school that offers ‘A level’ or the IB diploma in the sixth form in Singapore.
Tanglin focuses on providing high quality and outstanding education, making it a not-for-profit school. The school has an excellent academic reputation with consistent results exceeding local Singapore and global averages. An estimated 95% of graduates receive their first or second choice university.
The educators at Tanglin are dynamic and professional. The school nurtures the spiritual, cultural, social, intellectual, and physical goals of the students. With the strong support and curriculum, they have to offer, high expectations are also set for Tanglin Trust School students. Alumni are lifelong learners who contribute confidently to the community.
- Invictus International School
“Invictus International School” is an International co-education primary school. Their visualization is quality learning, simple, focused, and inexpensive. In tune with the times, they inspire and innovate with students instead of relying on traditional academic methods.
Invictus grew from a 3-room school in an office building to the present 3 campuses. There is one in Hong Kong, two in Singapore. The school has a strong emphasis on Core community values which are maintained by the school administration where each child is known and is focused individually. It emphasizes building a close and robust connection between student and teacher.
- United World College South East Asia
This school has 2 branches in Singapore; it follows a values-centered syllabus. The goal of these branches is to link numerous cultures and nationalities, not giving importance to one religion, for a future built on peace and sustainability.
From kindergarten to grade 14, learners in schools grown-up also equipped with strong international morals that beautify their capability to understand and develop the world, where needed.
- Canadian International School
Canadian international schools are facilitated by a relaxed and friendly environment. Also, it is conducive to easy learning. Teachers with 25 different nationalities make school array while Canadians cover 30% of the teaching roster, strongly blistering quality of education in the institute.
Kindergarten, primary and secondary schools are housed in a campus nearby the lake— a remarkable setting for great learning. CIS’s curriculum has incorporated the concept of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) system for a top-notch education.
- International French School (Singapore)
The French education agency supports the International French School. The school offer curriculum totally per France’s educational method.
In “Lycee Francois De Singapore” there are kindergarten and upper secondary school classes. In addition to becoming fluent in the French language, students are encouraged to acquire and apply French cultural learning.
- Avondale Grammar School
Avondale Grammar School trains students through an Australian-based curriculum that offers impressive, effective, and enjoyable teaching techniques from the country.
Apart from other Singapore’s international institutions, it focuses on small-oriented classes for detailed learning in a close-knit, friendly environment.
- Singapore American School
Singapore American School taught learners in an unusual way that emulates a high-quality American education.
Like most renowned schools, Singapore-American school has four divisions, named as premature Learning Centre, Elementary School, Middle School, and High School.
Here, students are focused on learning the circumstances of the American educational experience. The school also educates a well-informed application of American values near well living and international networks.