Our School

Alumni Testimonials

University Destinations

English Language Environment


Academic Framework

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IGCSE Programme

IGCSEs are the leading international qualification for students looking to attend an international university.
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A-Level Programme

A-Level stands for Advanced Level, and is a two-year course. Mathematics and English are compulsory subjects.
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Our academic programme is adapted to help build students’ confidence and fluency in the English language and is supported by an English cultural programme.
  • Our People

    Find out more about our staff, the parent community and our Director of School.

2018 Shackleton Lecturer Announced

Super Yachts and Makeup

High School Team Mathematics Challenge - Champions

Events & Calendar

  • 12
    Aug 2018
    Year 10 Welcoming Ceremony
  • 16
    Aug 2018
    1st Day of Term 1
  • 24
    Aug 2018
    English and Maths tests for Year 10
  • 13
    Sep 2018
    IELTS Tests
  • 17
    Sep 2018
    Shackleton Lecture Tour
Students who leave a Dulwich College International school join an expanding, global network of alumni that is expected to reach 54,000 former parents, students and staff by 2021 - a network we believe will be invaluable to those who remain engaged with each other and our schools.
Over 78% of students have offers from the world’s top 50 universities in subjects ranging from film studies to neuro-science, maths to sociology, civil engineering to biochemistry. Our students have been accepted into UCLA, UCL, Imperial, Berklee, LSE, Toronto and Hong Kong, to name just a few.
English Language
The ability to communicate effectively in English is perhaps the single most important criteria for becoming a successful student in the UK or the US. We insist that all our lessons are conducted in English and that students speak English in the classrooms and corridors throughout the school day.
Visit from
Zhuhai TV
On 6 June 2017, Zhuhai TV came to our school to find out how our students for universities overseas. They met with Ethan, who has received offers from University of California, UC Berkeley and Carnegie Mellon University for civil engineering.