Best International Schools In Singapore, & Why

Are you looking for a place at an international primary or secondary school in Singapore for 2023 or beyond? WhichSchoolAdvisor rounds up the best schools for expats.
Best International Schools In Singapore, & Why
By Carli Allan
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Invictus International School (Dempsey)




Type: Primary
Curriculum: IPC, MOE Singaporean maths
Student body: 200
Tuition fees (Grade 1 Prep-6): $18,900
Key facilities: Playground, playing field, sandpit, school hall and a swimming pool
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Location: Central, Dempsey Hill

With annual fees of $18,900, Invictus is certainly one of Singapore’s more affordable schools. It is also one of its smallest, and one of only a few schools to offer the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). Invictus is a single-from entry school that offers a private education without the frills for Grades 1 to 6.

Housed in a charming black and white heritage building, Invictus is a boutique primary school with a close-knit community, a very active PTA, and a creative, thematic approach to teaching. In just three short years, the Dempsey Campus has grown in student numbers, reputation, and facilities. It's a school that you will either love for its natural setting, low fees and village-style learning environment, or be ruled out for its basic facilities, lack of technology and small student body.  

The opening of Invictus' centrally located Centrium campus in early 2021 has helped to solve the problem of where Invictus students go after completing Grade 6, particularly if parents want to continue paying similar tuition fees. 

What the school says: “One of the advantages of being such a small school is that everyone knows each other, and to be known by your teachers and your peers makes such a difference. We can deliver a personal primary education that offers greater individual attention.”

Click here to read the review of Invictus.

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