Co-Curricular Activities

We place equal emphasis on our students’ intellectual and personal development, encouraging them to learn from everything they do.

We believe strongly in delivering a holistic education, one offering opportunities for students to excel academically in their fields of interest while also developing skills needed in later life. Our students’ engagement with communities, both inside and outside school, broadens their experience and promotes a sense of social responsibility.

Students are expected to participate in at least two co-curricular activities per week. Over 30 CCAs are available every week, led by both students and teachers. This allows students to develop their leadership skills and to explore their interests.  Activities include sports (basketball, football, golf, badminton) the arts (dance club, orchestra, choir, Shakespeare) and those based on student interest (audio visual club, model airplane club, and music appreciation club).

QUOTE FROM OUR PARENTS

"Since Aaron joined Dulwich three years ago, happiness, health, interest in study and a foundation for a better future have actually happened. Happiness - high school life no longer means just exams, grade rankings and endless amounts of homework. He has also been able to  pursue his interest in Music, Sports, Arts and social activities along the way. Health - with the cultivation of the ability to effectively manage his time, he can balance his time spent on subject studies without sacrificing physical training, especially his favorites like volleyball, tennis and swimming. Interest in study - he has the option of choosing his own subjects, he actively participates in class instead of rote learning, and he is learning to argue in an organised and logical way.  All these have fulfilled him and he has received 9 offers from universities across the globe including the UK, Canada and Australia."

——Ms Shen, mother of Aaron, Class of 2015

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The Arts

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Music

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Drama

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Events and Trips