Top 20 Schools In Singapore 2018-2019

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Top 20 Schools In Singapore 2018-2019
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Dover Court International School



Type: All-through
Curriculum: UK (IGCSE); IB (IBDP) introduced in 2017
Student body: 1,500
Tuition fees (Year 1-13): $24,630-31,350
Key facilities: Plenty of open, green space, outside play areas, dedicated classrooms for Pathway 4 students, large multi-purpose hall, swimming pool, six-lane running track
Latest exam results: IGCSE, 92% of students achieving A*-C grades
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Location: Central, Queenstown

Dover Court delivers a British-style curriculum, which is based on the English National Curriculum and works towards IGCSEs. The school introduced the IB Diploma Programme (Years 12-13) in August 2017 to offer a much-needed post 16-option, meaning its first set of exam results will arrive at the end if this academic year.

As a Nord Anglia school, Dover Court has a strong focus on STEAM and music, which is supported by its collaborations with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and The Juilliard School. It can also offer students access to online courses, global challenges and experiences as part of Nord Anglia’s global campus.

Dover Court is well-known for its support for children with special needs, and it offers provision for pupils that require small class size instruction. It is a cosy and welcoming campus with plenty of open, green space, and old and new buildings that feel more traditional than some of the newer schools in Singapore.

What the school says:Dover Court is not a selective school, we welcome students of all academic abilities and it’s because we offer support for many different academic, social and emotional needs that our student population is incredibly diverse.”

Click here to read the review of Dover Court.

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