Affiliations & Accreditations
The Deputy Master (External) from Dulwich College, our founding school in London, inspects our College each year to ensure we maintain Dulwich College's standards of excellence.
Our network of schools has relationships and shared events with leading universities and organisations. Students in our network have attended masterclasses with artists and educators from the Berklee College of Music, Northwestern University, the Royal Irish Academy of Music, the Royal Northern College of Music and Trinity College Dublin. We have hosted academic presentations from the Universities of Cambridge, Bristol, Sheffield and St. Andrews, among others. Our Colleges have hosted debate workshops with Georgetown University and leadership seminars with Stanford OHS, and our teachers have participated in professional learning programmes with Duke NUS. Johns Hopkins University Centre for Talented Youth has tested some of our students and run workshops with our teachers. The Oxford Mathemagicians and acapella groups from Harvard, Yale and Princeton have also performed for students in our family of schools.
The International Baccalaureate® is a non-profit educational foundation offering four programmes of international education that develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills needed to live, learn and work in a rapidly globalising world. Schools must be authorized by the IB Organization to offer any of the programmes.
ACAMIS is a non-profit association of over 50 international schools in eastern Asia with the aim to broaden education dimensions, advance professional growth, and promote international friendship within the participating schools through activities, events and competitions. Learn more about ACAMIS here.
Not all learning happens in the classroom. Young people need experiences outside the classroom to become committed, responsible and fulfilled citizens of the world.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is available to all 14-24 year olds and is the world’s leading youth achievement award. It equips young people for life regardless of their background, culture, physical ability, skills and interests. Doing the Award is a personal challenge and not a competition against others; it pushes young people to their personal limits and recognises their achievements.