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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Australian International School Singapore 

Winner of the WhichSchoolAdvisor (Singapore) Best Schools Award 2022 for Sport. Click here to read why.

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

Type: All-through
Curriculum: IB (PYP); Australian Curriculum in Years 6-8; IGCSE in Years 9-10; Higher School Certificate (HSC) or IBDP in Years 11-12
Student body: 2,600
Tuition fees (Nursery-Year 13): $24,060-44,520
Key facilities: Large sports fields, outdoor workshop, well-equipped science labs, ICT suites and libraries, and professional performance hall, new standalone early learning village
Latest exam results: In 2022, the IB average score was 36.2 and more 69.5% all IGCSE grades achieved were A*-A
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Location: North East, Serangoon

The non-selective Australian International School is the only school in Singapore to offer both the IBDP and the HSC curricula; the latter includes Vocational Education and Training (VET) in construction and hospitality. Unsurprising for an Australian school, sport and physical education are an important part of life at AIS, and it runs an Athlete Development Programme to develop secondary students for university scholarships and competitive sport.

AIS offers a well-rounded education where visual arts, music and drama are nurtured as much as academic learning. This is achieved through the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) Speech and Drama and the Orff Music Literacy programmes, which both start at just 18 months. The school has a large purpose-built campus, which includes a Reggio Emilia-inspired Early Learning Village for two to six-year-olds that claims to be the largest pre-school in the world.

Parent feedback focuses on the school's strong sports programme, which runs alongside a choice of academic pathways (the IB or the Australian HSC) within a non-selective student community. The AIS’ Athlete Development Programme is praised for pushing students to their limits and "helping athletes in terms of fitness and wellness to succeed"; coaches are described as “very supportive” and the campus has "great facilities with lots of fields and lots of space".

Click here to read the reviews of AIS and the AIS Early Learning Village.

Next: Canadian International School (CIS)

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