Applications are now open for 2022 enrolment at SJI International. If you are looking for a school where values and character are an integral part of the search for personal excellence, then SJI International might just be the right school for your child.
Holistic, values-based international education in an inclusive community: As a school with a Lasallian Catholic foundation, SJI International strives to develop students who are intrinsically motivated to serve others and to give back to the community, through a holistic, values-driven and international education experience.

SJI International welcomes families of all faiths and cultural backgrounds and celebrates a community of 1,900 students comprising around 40 nationalities. Co-educational | 1,800 students | 4 to 18 years | Prep 1 to Grade 12

World-class curriculum + character education: SJI International's world-class curriculum incorporates the International Primary Curriculum and MOE Singapore Maths in the Elementary School; IGCSE and the IB Diploma Programme in the High School.
From Grades 7 to 8, students follow a broad range of subjects taught by specialist teachers, enabling them to make informed choices about their IGCSE options and ultimately the IB Diploma Programme. As students reach Grade 9, they begin their IGCSE – an international curriculum that develops students' skills in creative thinking, enquiry and problem solving, and provides excellent preparation for the next stage in their education.
New this year: Design & Technology is now offered as a subject option for Grades 9 and 10.

A world of experiences: The learning experience is central to everything that SJI International does, reflecting an international modern-day Lasallian education. At the High School, learning has four core elements – academic, service, co-curricular, outdoor education – each providing experiential opportunities for a truly holistic education leading to the highest levels of personal growth.

Over 100 CCAs are available for students, and the school supports 40 different service activities, including local community events and overseas projects that provide opportunities to engage with various communities. Grades 7, 8 and 9 students also participate in week-long expeditions so they gain confidence in their own abilities as they step out of their 'comfort zones', discover innovative ways to overcome obstacles and turn challenges into positive life experiences.