UK, IB, IGCSE
1450+ pupils

89 Capital Airport Road, Shunyi
(86 10) 8046 5132

1 Xiangjiang Beilu, Chaoyang District
(86 10) 8450 7676

Dulwich College Beijing joined the Dulwich family of schools in 2005. The Dulwich network now provides for over 7,200 students in seven cities and four countries, with Colleges in London, Shanghai, Beijing, Suzhou, Seoul, and Singapore, and International High Schools in Suzhou and Zhuhai. The close collaboration between the Colleges stimulates innovation and encourages an international outlook, which we believe provides students an advantage in the futures they will face. The result is an extended community where academic ability is nourished, creativity is valued, diversity is celebrated and inspiration is paramount.

Dulwich College Beijing students come from over 40 nationalities and enjoy the best pastoral care imaginable, whether in Early Years, Junior School, or Senior School. The focus on the individual gives the College a family feel and reinforces the message from the Dulwich College International group that ‘students come first’.

Our graduates often mention, when asked what makes the school special, the rapport with teachers, the family atmosphere and the support received throughout their time with us. Perhaps this is what leads to some of the finest IGCSE and IB results in Asia and the extraordinary number of students leaving to join Ivy League, Russell Group, and other prestigious universities around the world. More important than headline figures, however, remains the emphasis on stretching each individual to reach his or her potential and to take responsibility from a young age.

One of our four ‘pillars’, alongside academic achievement, sporting endeavour and excellence in the performing arts, is that of service to others. We ensure that our students, from the youngest age, use the opportunities they have at Dulwich to give something back and to care for others. Whether it is building houses in Cambodia, working with local Chinese orphanages, creating art in the community, or simply helping new students to settle in, these experiences are valued and nurtured. Our students learn to care for those less fortunate than themselves during their time at Dulwich.

The Latin motto of the College is ‘Detur Pons Mundo’ which means ‘Building Bridges to the World.’ We hope that our students will become philanthropic leaders of the future, whatever career they pursue, and that they will build bridges to other cultures.

Simon Herbert
Headmaster

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