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All schools that are at least considered by English-speaking expats in this city are listed alphabetically below and discussed in the "Schools Expats Consider" article under "Country Articles" box on the left. However, only schools selected - by us - for comprehensive review are indicated by our "A GSGI School" flag of approval.

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We are continually updating the site with new information on schools. When heads have been reposted since our last visit, and a new head is in place, we indicate with an asterix and give them a little time to settle in before our editors revisit.

  • A private co-ed school of 1,000+ pupils, ages 3-18, Concordia International School is on a pleasant, leafy street near several expat compounds. American High School Diploma and AP curricula.

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  • With curricula including IB Primary and New South Wales/HSC, Cranbrook School for boys ages 3-18 is known for its high academic record as well as emphasis on sports and arts.

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  • An inclusive school with a British background, Dover Court is an all-through, co-ed, day school for 1,750 students offering an adapted English National Curriculum, IGCSEs, IB Diploma and BTEC.

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  • Dulwich College (Singapore) is a co-educational day school for 2,600 students aged 2-18, offering IGCSEs, IB and a Mandarin- English dual learning programme for 2 - 7 year olds.

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  • CIS and WASC accredited, co-ed Dulwich College (Shanghai Pudong), opened in 2003, teaches 1,500 pupils from age 2 -18 the National Curriculum of England, IGCSE and the IB Diploma.

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  • Dwight School, London is a 320 pupil, co-ed, North London IB school for ages 3 to 18, with ethos illustrated by division of pupils into ‘Pioneers’, ‘Artists’ and ‘Visionaries’.

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  • Ecole Jeannine Manuel is an independent non-profit co-educational school of 2,363 pupils, ages 3-18 across three different sites in Paris: Dupleix, Théâtre, Suffren (plus 980 in Lille).

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  • Tucked away in two mansions in the heart of the city, ELA Basel is a private non-profit co-ed school of 300 pupils, ages infant-12 years. National Curriculum for England.

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  • Predominantly co-ed British and English speaking The English School (Kuwait) educates 600 students, ages 3-13 with the British Curriculum. Broad eclectic extracurricular activities include climbing, bowling and riding stables.

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  • Episcopal High is an American co-educational boarding school, located in Alexandria, Virginia near Washington DC with 450 students ages 14 to 19, offering college prep and Advanced Placement courses.

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