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As far as the International Baccalaureate (IB) is concerned, parents have the option of choosing the size of the schools in Singapore. Let’s focus on large schools, and find out what benefits they can offer.
If you are a parent with teenage children, one of your key considerations might be to prepare them for university. You might want to consider the International Baccalaureate (IB), which is accepted by the top universities worldwide and known for nurturing individuals who embrace creativity, community service and academic excellence. We’ve compared the top 5 IB schools and listed their fees here.
A small IB school may have more advantages than a conventional school. We take a look at what these may be, and which are the schools you can consider for your child’s education in Singapore.
All parents hope to provide the best education they can afford for their children. For parents thinking of international schools, the school fees here tend to be quite significant. But with expatriate pay packages becoming less generous, even as international school fees rise, perhaps it is time to consider local schools as well.
The peak of International Baccalaureate (IB) excellence lies in students who achieve the full 45 points, and the schools that provide a supportive environment. Such…