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There’s a new school in town, and we hear that it has more than 170 years worth of history and tradition behind its name. Yup, the storied North London Collegiate School (Singapore) (NLCS) has finally made its way to the sunny shores of Singapore! Founded in 1850 by British headmistress and pioneer of women’s education in the UK Frances Mary Buss, the school is set to provide its students in Singapore the same inspirational and life-changing educational experience offered in London. Want to know more? We’ve got the details you need to know…
An ambitious academic education for all
There’s a reason why more than a third of NLCS’s students have found places in Oxford, Cambridge and Ivy League universities – it’s all thanks to NLCS’s ambitious academic programme. The school aims to enable every student to make the most of their intellect and abilities by providing them with “floors, not ceilings”. Students are enabled to recognise excellence and realise that it is attainable.
A Lifelong Love of Learning
At NLCS (Singapore), teachers are not only selected for their skills but also the passion they have for their subjects. This is because the school wants each student to be inspired and feel the same love the teachers do for their subjects. As part of its commitment to promoting an atmosphere of scholarship and subject-passion, the staff is dedicated to developing an academic and extra-curricular programme that provides adequate academic stretch and challenge.
This article is in partnership with NLCS (Singapore).