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
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Sir Manasseh Meyer International School (SMMIS)

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Highly Commended in the WhichSchoolAdvisor (Singapore) Best Schools Award 2022 for Best Primary School. Click here to read why.

Highly Commended in the WhichSchoolAdvisor (Singapore) Best Schools Award 2022 for Best School with Fees Below $25,000. Click here to read why.

Type: Nursery to Grade 10
Curriculum: IPC, UK National Curriculum, IGCSE, Reggio Emilia, IMYC
Student body: 200
Tuition fees (Year 1-13): $15,890–25,124
Key facilities: Art room, well-equipped science labs, a music room, theatre, swimming pool, rooftop sports pitch, large play area equipped with climbing frames, indoor basketball court/gym
Latest exam results: In 2022, the average IBDP score was 39.3
Request information: Click here
Location: Singapore North, Yishun & Sembawang,

Sir Manasseh Meyer International School (SMMIS) is a small, all-through international school based on Jewish values. For a small school of just 200 students, it has an impressive state-of-the-art campus  – and a big heart to match. And, while SMMIS still offers an education imbued with Jewish values, tradition, and culture, it has become a truly international school that welcomes many students from all faiths and nationalities.

 SMMIS is made up of over 22 nationalities, and students come from more than six different faiths. There are several reasons why SMMIS could be the right fit for your child: it’s a school that has a modern, well-equipped, and welcoming campus; the familiarity and community feel of a small international school; and ‘affordable’ tuition fees of $23,000.

There’s a close-knit family community that can be hard to replicate at larger campuses across Singapore - and may be considered more important by parents, particularly in the early years/primary. It’s a school where, genuinely, the teachers know every student by name.

SMMIS combines all the familiarity and community feel of a small school with a creative and inquiry-led curriculum, and Jewish values, tradition and culture. Principal Elaine Robinson has fostered a positive school climate that can be seen and felt. She is very popular with parents; “excellent” teachers are frequently described as a strength of the school, as is its friendly and positive environment.

Click here to read the review of Sir Manasseh Meyer International School (SMMIS)

Next: St. Joseph's Institution International

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