At CIS, we celebrate both our internationalism and the uniqueness of the 80 plus nationalities represented among our students and staff.
Kindergarten (2-5 years) Primary School (6-11 years) Secondary School (12-18 years)
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In partnership with parents, we strive to equip our students with 21st century skills - skills that will enable them to thrive, exercise leadership, achieve ambitious and worthy goals.
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Two locations. Two connected communities.
We have two campuses in Singapore. Lakeside in the west (for students aged 2 to 18) and Tanjong Katong in the east (for students aged 2 to 12).
Our community
80 Nationalities
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North America 23.13% South America 5.11% Europe 12.30% Africa 0.61% Asia 53.79% Oceania 5.04%

CIS Chinese - English Bilingual Programme

CIS’ Bilingual Programme has revolutionised the way children learn to speak, read and write in Chinese. As students learn to write in Chinese, they associate each Chinese brush stroke with a person or action they relate to - the David Beckham connection - quickly developing a deeper understanding, connection and love for their new language.

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Latest stories
Read more The Up Close & Personal Project By CIS Communications The Personal Project is an important milestone in a grade 10 student’s learning journey. For some, it was an opportunity to rediscover their ancestral roots or to pick up a new skill, but for others it was an opportunity to delve into issues that resonate with them. Read on to find out how the P2 made a difference to our grade 10 students. Read more What makes an effective leader? By Adya Gupta (grade 5-3, TK) and Mrs Judy Kay (grade 5 teacher, TK) Leadership is more than just a lofty title; it’s also the way you take charge of your life to make a positive impact on other people. Judy Kay’s grade 5 class explored this concept in depth during their unit of inquiry on leadership. Read more Building homes, hope and community! By Laura Coulter, TK grade 3 teacher How do you spend your time during school breaks? Laura Coulter, a grade 3 teacher from TK, used her 2-week March break to travel to Jordan on a volunteer mission for her 12th build with Habitat for Humanity. Let’s hear all about it from her. Read more Grade 10 students win best music video award By Ryan Chow, grade 10 student (Lakeside) One of the many things that defines a CIS student is the appetite for risk-taking. Grade 10 students Ryan Chow, Zildjian Boon and Darren Tang embodied this trait when they stepped out of their comfort zone to create a music video that eventually won accolades at two film festivals. Ryan gives us the exciting details.
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