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  • Blue House Nursery & International Pre School

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    Infant & Toddler, Nursery, Preschool, Kindergarten
    Preschool, Enrichment
    6 months
    Reggio Emilia
    9am - 12noon and/or 9am - 3pm
    Reggio Emilia
    200
    English, Mandarin
    Nursery
    2 mornings per week: $12,378
    3 mornings per week: $15,675
    5 mornings per week: $20,535

    Preschool: $19,809
    Junior Kindergarten: $20,373
    Senior Kindergarten: $24,792
    $1,305
    No
    $1,208
    $1,000
    NA
    NA
    Home Visit (optional): $350

    Extended Days for Preschool
    1 Longer Day : $ 342.00 per term
    2 Longer Days : $ 634.00 per term
    3 Longer Days : $ 871.00 per term
    4 Longer Days : $ 1,097.00 per term
    5 Longer Days : $ 1,327.00 per term

    Extended Days for Junior & Senior Kindergarten
    1 Longer Day : $ 352.00 per term
    2 Longer Days : $ 652.00 per term
    3 Longer Days : $ 896.00 per term
    4 Longer Days : $ 1,128.00 per term
    5 Longer Days : $ 1,365.00 per term
    1:4, or 1:6 dependent on year level
    14 - 18 children
    No
    NA
    No
    At Blue House we are lucky to have additional specialist educators who can offer extra curricular activities such as art, music, mandarin, drama, dance and yoga.
    Yes
    Yes
    No
    2008
    2 Turf Club Rd, 287988
    +65 6734 0824
    enquiries@bluehouseinternational.com
     
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  • GESS

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    Preschool - Grade 12
    Preschool, Primary, Secondary, Enrichment
    1.5
    German, IBDP, MYP, PYP
    Pre-School: 0800 – 1500
    Primary: 0800 – 1445
    Secondary: 0800 – 1500
    German, IBDP, MYP, PYP
    1,500
    1,600
    English/ German
    Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Mandarin
    $24,310
    Included in Entrance fee
    No
    $2,945
    NA
    $4,890
    $160
    Transport
    1- way: $580 - $836
    2-way: $828 - $1,190

    Annual Development Levy: $4,890

    EAL (English as an Additional Language): S$ 2,780 per year/child.

    Learning Support: S$ 2,780 per year/child.
    A reduced development levy of $2,445 is applicable annually in the 1st year for the 3rd child onwards and for all students from the 2nd year onwards.
    84% European
    4% Singaporean
    3% Australian & New Zealand
    2% North American & Canadian
    3% Thai, Malay & Japanese
    4% Others
    3 - 6 years: 02:17 Parent-Child Groups, Toddler Groups, Kindergarten, Pre-Primary
    7 - 10 years: 01:22 Primary School, Grade 1-5
    11 - 14 years: 01:20 Middle School, Grade 6-10
    15+ years: 01:18 High School, Grade 11-12
    Pre-School: 18
    Primary / Elementary: 22 - 24
    Secondary / High: 22 - 24
    IBDP, IB Cert
    Yes
    NA
    Exempt
    Term: August – July
    Winter Break: 3 weeks
    Summer Break: 7 weeks
    The Co-Curricular Activities Programme (CCA) at GESS offers a wide range of CCAs from various sporting and artistic disciplines to social activities and natural sciences that reflect the school's diversity of talents and ideas. It is open for students from Pre-Primary up to Grade 12. Currently GESS offers some 70 activities, aimed at different age groups and covering a variety of disciplines from Sport, Music and the Arts, through to Science & Technology and creativity at both campuses. These activities are considered part of the school's educational programme, and therefore a large proportion is financed from school fees.

    Amongst the CCAs offered are:

    Sports: Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Table Tennis, Golf, Swimming, Track & Field, Gymnastics, Taekwondo, Tennis, Yoga, Badminton
    Performing Arts: Circus, Theatre, Expressive Dance, Tap Dance, Hip Hop, Breakdance, Choir, String Ensemble, Jazz Band, Orchestra
    Language & Culture: Chinese, Italian, French, Arts & Crafts, Art Jamming, Painting
    Science & Technology: Robotics, Computer Programming, Photography & Film Making, Digital Arts & 2D Animation, Math Competition and Scratch Programming
    Lifestyle: Fashion Design, Art Nebula, Cooking, Model United Nations
    The Learning Support department is a specialised intervention programme aimed to support students with learning difficulties or differences. The programme is implemented by qualified teachers with specialised knowledge and skills. The main goal is to support students reach their full potential; the department aims to do so through academic, social and emotional support.

    Working together with class teachers, the Learning Support department will support with assessments, test completion, academic support: reviewing or previewing concepts/skills, planning for homework assignments, as well as modifying strategies and content. Students will receive support in small groups or individually.

    The Learning Support department liaises with outside agencies who provide therapy for students; such as, speech or occupational therapy, educational psychologists and paediatricians.

    Other enrichment activity offered: Speech therapy in Pre-School
    Air-Conditioned Classrooms, Swimming Pool, Sports Field, Gymnasium, Play Areas/Playground, Sports Courts, Theatre Facilities, Music Room, Art Studio, IT Lab, Science Lab, Library, Cafeteria, Design Technology Studio, 3D Printer, Global School Conference Room
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    1971
    Main Campus
    72 Bukit Tinggi Road
    289760 Singapore

    Junior School Campus
    300 Jalan Jurong Kechil
    598668 Singapore
    +65 6469 1131/ +65 6461 0881 (Admissions hotline)
    +65 6469 0308
    info@gess.sg
     
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  • Marlborough College Malaysia
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    Pre prep - Year 13
    Preschool, Primary, Secondary, Enrichment
    3
    British, IBDP, IGSCE, UK
    3 years old: 08:30 - 12:30
    7 years old: 08:20 - 16:15
    11 years old: 08:20 - 16:15
    15 years old: 08:20 - 16:15
    British, IBDP, IGSCE, UK
    880
    1250
    English
    French, Malay, Mandarin, Spanish
    Pre-Prep (Reception - Year 2): SGD $23,016
    Preparatory School - Day (Year 3 - Year 6): SGD $23,655
    Preparatory School - Day (Year 7 and Year 8): SGD $30,344
    Senior School - Day (Shell - Hundred/Year 9 - Year 11): SGD $30,737
    Senior School - Day (Lower Sixth – Upper Sixth/Year 12 – Year 13): SGD $33,197

    Preparatory School - Boarding (Year 5 and Year 6): SGD $41,360
    Preparatory School - Boarding (Year 7 and Year 8): SGD $48,984
    Senior School - Boarding (Shell - Hundred/Year 9 - Year 11): SGD $50,410
    Senior School - Boarding (Lower Sixth and Upper Sixth/Year 12 and Year 13): SGD $52,868
    RM 1,100 (SGD $360.65* comparison @ exchange rate 3.05)
    No
    RM 5,000 (Day pupils) - (SGD $1,639.34 * comparison @ exchange rate 3.05)
    RM 7,500 (Boarding)- (SGD $2,459.02 *comparison @ exchange rate 3.05)
    One term's fees according to Year of Entry
    N/A
    N/A
    *Fees have been changed to Singapore Dollars and are approximate amounts

    Music Fee: $277 to $416 for Individuals, $166 to $250 for Group
    Learning support: Price on request
    Sports and Outdoor Activities: $203 - $611 for Tennis for Individuals, $240 for Dance/Drama, $92 for Taekwondo (Group)
    External Exam Costs: Approx $130 per subject, Total exam cost per pupil in the region of $1,180
    Administrative Costs: Supervision of Common Entrance or other entrance tests outside the College curriculum will be charged at $18 per hour.
    47% Expat, 26% Malaysian, 9% Singaporean, 6% Japanese, 12% ASEAN region
    1:8
    20
    IBDP
    Yes
    None
    Exempt
    Sept – July
    The outstanding outdoor facilities include nine grass pitches, 50m swimming pool, junior swimming pool, cricket ground, athletics track, five tennis courts, netball courts, rugby and football pitches anan all-weather pitch for hockey and games.

    The Sports complex includes a fully-equipped fitness suite, indoor netball, basketball, volley-ball and badminton courts. Adjoining the Sports Hall are four squash courts and an indoor climbing wall.

    Other facilities at the College include: three Drama Halls, three Dining Halls, Science Laboratories, Design Technology Centre, Art Studios, Music Rooms, Learning Resource Centre, University Guidance Centre and Medical Centre with 24-hour cover.
    Yes
    Yes
    No
    2012
    Marlborough College Malaysia,
    Jalan Marlborough,
    79250 Nusajaya, Johor
    Malaysia
    + 607560 2200
    malaysia@marlboroughcollege.my
     
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  • Overseas Family School
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    Pre Kindergarten - Grade 12
    Preschool, Primary, Enrichment
    3
    IBDP, PYP
    3 years old: 09:00 - 15:30
    7 years old: 09:00 - 15:30
    11 years old: 09:00 - 15:30
    15 years old: 09:00 - 15:30
    IBDP, PYP
    Primary / Elementary: 1500
    Secondary / High: 2100
    3800
    English
    English, French, German, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish
    Pre-Kindergarten
    Pre-K1 Half Day: $16,000
    Pre-K1 Full Day & Pre-K2: $26,000

    Kindergarten (K1-K2): $30,000
    Elementary School (Grade 1-5): $32,500
    Middle School (Grade 6-8): $35,000
    Junior High School (Grade 9-10): $39,500
    Senior High School (Grade 11-12): $41,000
    NA
    NA
    $2,000 (One-time and non-refundable. Payable upon acceptance of application for admission.)
    NA
    NA
    NA
    Admissions are open year round, with the tuition fees pro-rated.
    74 nationalities.

    30% American
    20% Australian
    20% UK
    10% Indian
    10% Korean
    3 - 6 years: 03:20 Pre-K
    7 - 10 years: 01:25 Grade 1 classes are supported by 1 assistant
    11 - 14 years: 01:25
    15+ years: 01:25
    Preschool: 20
    Primary / Elementary: 25
    Secondary / High: 25
    IBDP
    No
    No
    2015/2016: 11/08/2015 - 08/06/2016
    Term 1: 11/08/2015 - 18/12/2015
    Term 2: 11/01/2016 - 08/06/2016
    soccer, rugby, cricket, tennis, netball, swimming, Touch Rugby and Softball, field trips within the region, the Singing Group, the Choir, the Chamber Group, the Instrumental Group and various rock bands, drama group, requirement of 10 hours of Community and Service activities, field trips.
    Enrichment activities are carried out with external vendors and professionals.
    Air-Conditioned Classrooms, Swimming Pool, Sports Field, Gymnasium, Play Areas/Playground, Sports Courts, Theatre Facilities, Music Room, IT Lab, Science Lab, Library, CafeteriaThe OFS ID must be shown to gain entry into the Campus and upon exit. Overseas Family School integrated 1,500 computers-desktop iMac's and portable iBook laptops into the school curriculum. All students have Internet access.
    No
    Yes
    Yes
    1991
    81 Pasir Ris Heights
    Singapore 519292
    +65 6738 0211
    soma_mathews@ofs.edu.sg
     
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  • Singapore American School

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    Preschool - Grade 12
    Preschool, Primary, Secondary, Enrichment
    3
    American
    3 years old: 08:00 - 13:30
    7 years old: 08:00 - 15:00
    11 years old: 08:00 - 15:00
    15 years old: 08:00 - 15:00
    American
    ELC - 181
    Elementary - 1645
    Upper - 2,165
    4000
    English, French, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish
    Early Childhood (PS & Pre-K): $39,510
    Kindergarten – Grade 5: $47,119
    Middle School (Grades 6-8): $50,068
    High School (Grades 9-12): $51,748
    $2,500
    No
    $12,840
    N/A
    $5,029
    N/A
    Transport: $1,556 – $3,047
    Uniform: $158 – $200
    Lunch: $5.20 daily

    Middle School students: technology fee $248
    Non-refundable re-enrollment fee: $2,500
    53% are US citizens, 11% are from India, 8% from Singapore, 6% from Korea, 5% from China, 2% each from Japan, Canada, the UK, and Australia, 1% from the Philippines, and the other 8% hold passports from 53 countries
    1:10.6
    Preschool: 16
    Primary / Elementary: 22
    Secondary / High: 22
    AP, High School Diploma
    No
    N/A
    Exempt
    Quarter 1 - August 14 to October 9, 2017
    Quarter 2 - October 10 to December 15, 2017
    Quarter 3 - January 8 to March 20, 2018
    Quarter 4 - March 21 to June 13, 2018
    Elementary students have access to more than 90 after-school activities in recreation, performing arts, music, arts and crafts, computers and technology, and instructional and competitive athletics.

    In middle school there are 21 intramural and 35 representative sports offerings, plus 23 clubs that cater to a variety of interests. That Dance Thing (TDT) is an extra-curricular, co-educational ballroom dance, dining and social etiquette program for middle school students run by parent volunteers.

    In the high school, there are more than 100 clubs and organizations, including 45 specific student service groups. Here are just a few of the clubs offered:
    Academic Quiz Club
    APEx Club
    Business Club
    Chess Club
    Chinese Club
    Chinese Culture Club
    Computer Science Club
    Cooking Club
    Creative Writing Club
    Dance Club
    Debate Club
    Electric Vehicle Club
    Fencing Club
    Film Society
    Forensics Society
    Gay-Straight Alliance
    Geek Girls
    House of Pain Fitness Club
    Improv Club
    Math Club
    Pottery Club
    Table Tennis Club
    Thespian Club
    Ultimate Frisbee Club

    There are also 11 interscholastic sports teams, 14 recreational sports clubs, and seven honor societies. Athletes compete not only with local schools and community teams, but also with rival Interscholastic Association of Southeast Asian Schools (IASAS) teams. A

    Varsity and Junior Varsity sports include:
    cross country
    soccer
    volleyball
    basketball
    rugby/touch
    swimming
    tennis
    badminton
    softball
    golf
    track and field

    Students of all ages can also compete in gymnastics, baseball, American football, and other sports through the Community Sports and Activities department, based on campus.

    Although not school-sponsored, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts are also active on campus, with numerous troops and dens spread across grade levels.
    SAS also offers language, recreation, mind stretch, performing arts, arts and crafts, music and computer/technology courses.
    Air-Conditioned Classrooms, Swimming Pool, Sports Field, Gymnasium, Running Track, Play Areas/Playground, Sports Courts, Theatre Facilities, Music Room, Art Studio, IT Lab, Science Lab, Library, CafeteriaModern Science, Engineering, and Robotics Laboratories, Language Labs, Art Wings with In-House Kilns, Graphic Arts, Photography, and Film Studios, 3 Libraries, 3 Auditoriums, 5 Air-Conditioned Gymnasiums, 2 Outdoor Covered Play Areas, 3 Swimming Pools, 3 Cafeterias, 5 Tennis Courts, 1000-Seat Stadium, Track and Field, Baseball, Softball, Soccer, and Rugby Fields, Air-Conditioned Climbing Wall, and a 1-acre rainforest.

    In 2015 we remodeled our high school auditorium and introduced the Constellation Acoustic System, one of the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. The system allows the theater technician to adjust the sound produced based on the needs of the performers to create a one of a kind performing experience.
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    1956
    40 Woodlands Street 41 Singapore 738547
    +65 6363 3403
    sasinfo@sas.edu.sg
     
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  • St. Joseph’s Institution International
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    Prep 1 & 2; Grades 1-12
    Primary, Secondary, Enrichment
    4
    IBDP, IPC, UK
    3 years old: 08:00 - 14:00
    7 years old: 08:00 - 15:00
    11 years old: 08:00 - 15:00
    15 years old: 08:00 - 15:00
    IBDP, IPC, UK
    Primary / Elementary: 640
    Secondary / High: 876
    1540
    English
    English, French, Hindi, Malay, Mandarin, Spanish, Tamil
    Elementary School: $28,142

    High School
    G7 (Sec 1) and G8 (Sec 2): $25,726
    G9 (Sec 3) and G10 (Sec 4): $25,662
    G11 (JC 1): $30,040
    G12 (JC 2): $26,890
    Elementary School: $535/ High School: $575
    No
    Elementary School: $1,605
    High School: $1,070
    $6,000 (High School)
    $2,247
    N/A
    Textbooks, Uniform, Compulsory trip fees (varied according to grade and subject), Examination fee (applicable to IGCSE and IB students taking the examination only), Misc Fees (For Art materials for art students only).
    Elementary School: British (30%), Australian (10%), American (10%), Singaporean of dual citizenship (41 Nationalities)

    High School: 50% Singaporean/PR
    3 - 6 years: 01:9
    7 - 10 years: 01:12
    11 - 14 years: 01:12
    15+ years: 01:12
    Primary / Elementary: 22
    Secondary / High: 25
    IBDP
    Yes
    Up to 50% for international students in High School; Elementary school: All foreign students may apply, provided the child holds a valid Dependent’s Pass (tied to the parent’s Employment Pass), Singapore Permanent Residency (Entry/Re -Entry Permit), or Immigration Exemption Order (for diplomats).
    Yes
    From the rhythm of dance and music, to the grit of soccer and rock climbing, and intra-and inter-school competitions, there are ample opportunities for students to develop talent, share passions and even initiate their own activities. In total there are more than 50 activities on offer each week.
    The school currently supports 40 different service activities, including local community events and overseas projects that provide opportunities to engage with various communities. These activities promote an appreciation of the world, develop skills and understanding that are driven by experience, and create significant opportunities for personal development. The experience of outdoor education provides opportunities to learn through experience and develop resilience, determination and resolve. Self-discipline and team work are challenged during these residential activities where students step out of their comfort zones and support others around them. Students gain confidence in their own abilities, discover innovative ways to overcome obstacles, and turn challenges into positive life experiences. Our Grade 7, 8, 9 students participate in week-long expeditions overseas, while Grade 11 students plan and implement the milestone tradition of Challenge Week, where they travel to another country to serve a charity of their choice as a self-organised group. Other educational trips and personal development programmes - like the National Youth Achievement Award - are encouraged, challenging students' learning as far as they are willing to go.
    Air-Conditioned Classrooms, Swimming Pool, Sports Field, Gymnasium, Play Areas/Playground, Sports Courts, Music Room, Art Studio, IT Lab, Science Lab, Library, Boarding Facilities, CafeteriaSwimming pool, Drama Room, Basketball Court, Netball Court
    Yes
    Yes
    No
    2007
    490 Thomson Rd
    Singapore 298191
    +65 6353 9383
    +65 6871 5264 (Elementary School), +65 6354 3103 (High School)
    admissions.es@sji-international.com.sg
     
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