Singapore Indian Schools: ICSE, CBSE Options

Are you looking for information on Indian curriculum schools in Singapore? We round up the international primary and secondary schools that offer the CBSE or ICSE syllabus.
Singapore Indian Schools: ICSE, CBSE Options
By Carli Allan
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NPS International School

Curriculum: CBSE/UK/IB
Age: Nursery to Grade 12
Number of Students: 1,500
Teacher Student Ratio: 1:13
External Tests/Examinations: AISSE/IGCSE/IBDP
Fees: $21,600 to $24,300 (CBSE) or $24,900 (IBDP)
Facilities: Auditorium, computer centre, AV room, four science labs, library and media centre, vegetarian cafeteria, art studio and sports pitches and hard courts
Academic Calendar: April to March (Indian); July to June (IBDP)
Location: Bedok

NPS is a popular, strong-performing all-through Indian school with the choice of an international curriculum from Grade 9 onwards. Part of the India-based NPS group, this school for nursery through to Grade 12 follows the CBSE curriculum, and then the option of taking AISSE exams, IGCSEs or the IBDP at secondary level.

Founded in 2008, it’s a well-established school in Singapore’s East Coast region with class sizes of 25 and a decent academic record. In 2018, the average IBDP score was 38.4, which is considerably higher than the global average of 30. The average CBSE result was an above-average impressive 85.5%.

Well-equipped to meet the needs of its sizeable student body, NPS runs a strong sports programme including cricket, football, basketball and badminton, various extra-curricular activities focusing on sport, the creative arts, leadership and science, and regular field trips. Languages offered include French, Hindi and Mandarin.

Read our review of NPS here.

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