According to a research done by the Independent Schools Council (ISC), there has been a surge in demand for international schools in Asia. Their data shows that there are about 1,003 English-medium international schools in Southeast Asia, catering to 371,500 students between 3 and 18 years old. But oddly enough, it is not coming from expatriates but from the local families. More and more locals want to provide their children with the proper English as a second language program and a globally recognized curriculum.
Among the countries who have over 100 international schools in Singapore, who has seen a continuous increase in enrollment to 0.7 percent, from 2015 to 2017. One of these international schools in the Southeast Asia region ready to provide locals and expats a diverse learning landscape is One World International School in Singapore. The school aims to promote well-rounded and socially responsible students through … Read More