The school offers an international school education at 'affordable fee levels'. It opened to a warm reception, despite it being mid-academic year.
Markets Insider reported that OWIS Nanyang, located on a 3.2-hectare site, already has a long waiting list.
This will be the second campus by OWIS, which opened its first Singapore school in 2008.
OWIS Nanyang has capped its annual fees at S$17,000 for primary school, 40% cheaper that most other international schools.
The school offers International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) and Cambridge's International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE). It is a candidate school for the International Baccalaureate Diploma, which it intends to launch soon.
The curriculum covers core subjects like physical education and a second language, with after-school activities (ECAs) available at additional cost.
Classrooms are equipped with e-learning technology including Apple TVs, tablets and LED displays. The student body is truly international already, composed of 40 different nationalities. There are 24 students in each class.
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