Schools selected for full GSGI review are noted with next to their names.
By full GSGI review, we mean the school write-ups that are completely selected, researched, visited and written by our own editors. Our final write-ups take the good with the bad, warts and all, but we look for a preponderance of good before we drill down for in-depth details descend on the school for an exhaustive visit.
Adapted National Curriculum for England/IGCSEs/IB Diploma; ages 2-18; co-ed; independent; day and boarding; private non-profit; 1,158 pupils
On a new purpose-built campus in the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan, with improved facilities for academics, the performing arts and sports. Also runs a small primary school in Kuala Belait, mainly for children of expats working in the oil and gas sector. IB Diploma results on an upward curve and leavers head to a wide range of global universities. Slightly under 50 per cent of pupils are Bruneians, the remainder from over 40 nationalities.
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Adapted National Curriculum for England/GCSEs/IGCSEs/A-Levels/IB Diploma; ages 2-18; co-ed; day and boarding; independent; privately owned; 1,623 pupils
Founded in the 1990’s, a large school on an enormous campus with enviable facilities. Ratio of expats: Bruneians approximately 60:40. Only school in Brunei offering A-Levels and IB Diploma, both pathways producing impressive results. Games compulsory from years 3-9 but no outside network for competitive sports. World-class arts and drama provision and even a recording studio in the music department.