Hwa Chong International School (HCIS) is a member of the prestigious Hwa Chong family of schools, drawing its core strengths from a century old tradition of educational excellence and philanthropy. Established in 2005 with the endorsement of the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Economic Development Board of Singapore (EDB), HCIS is part of Singapore’s endeavours to diversify the local education landscape and offer more educational pathways and connections with the region and the world. As a local international school, at least half of the student population is local, and the rest from over 20 countries.
HCIS offers a six-year integrated curriculum that eventually prepares students for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma at Year 6 (Grade 12). Our IB graduates have been well placed to seek admission to prestigious universities around the world, having nurtured with capability building and character development into global citizens who will collectively create a better world.
How would you rate Hwa Chong International School (HCIS)?
Luke, 04/04/2022 @ 09:50:50
Music & Arts
School is a money trap. Everything extra must pay more. CCA, sabbatical programmes, even school camps, all added to fees. There is a portion called “ miscellaneous fees” where its literally charging you for nothing. The extra fees and miscellaneous fees are separate payments. The school fees are also ridiculously high for a school with less facilities than a neighbourhood school. They also make you pay for a shitty “student learning portal” which is used like 3 times a year. Most teachers are alright but some are just inflexible and downright horrible. The building in the photo is the main building, where students will be studying in the last 2 years of their learning journey there. Years 1-4 is spent in the annex building, a far less luxurious building that they dont show you on the orientation. All activities organised by the school seems very low-budget despite all the money they take. They arent even trying to help your child or improve their learning progress. This school needs new management and needs to start caring about its student body.