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List of primary schools in Singapore This is a list of primary schools in Singapore. Children typically start their primary education the year they turn seven. Primary education lasts six years, and is compulsory for all Singapore citizens.  Primary schools in Singapore are classified as Government or Government-aided schools.
2,400. 1967. GEMS World Academy (Singapore) Singapore International. Yishun. Pre-K to Grade 12 (Age 3 to 18) IB - Primary Years Program (PYP), Middle Years Program (MYP) and Diploma Program (DP), IGCSE in G9 and G10.
This is a list of secondary schools in Singapore. Most secondary schools in Singapore offer a four-year Express course (Special course for Special Assistance Plan schools) or a five-year course leading to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level. Some schools offer the six-year Integrated Programme, which lead to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ...
Singapore. 490 Thomson Road. Primary-Grade 12. DP. January 2007. SJI International comprises an Elementary School (roll 640) and a High School (roll 860) on one campus. IB Diploma results are very high (37.60% of students scored between 40 and 45 points in 2013) and the overall pass rate was 99.30% (world average 80.40%).
École Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales (ESSEC) INSEAD S P Jain School of Global Management DigiPen Institute of Technology Curtin Singapore German Institute of Science and Technology - TUM Asia Sorbonne-Assas International Law School James Cook University Singapore St.Gallen Institute of Management in Asia Murdoch University
Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles founded the Singapore Institution (now known as Raffles Institution) in 1823, thereby starting education in Singapore under the British rule.  Later, three main types of schools appeared in Singapore: Malay schools, Chinese and Tamil (together) schools, and English schools.