Primary Schools Secondary Schools Pre-University Preschool/Kindergarten
Established in 2007, St. Joseph’s Institution International offers a holistic, values-driven and international educational experience to a diverse student body of 40 nationalities rooted in the context of Singapore.
As a school with a Lasallian Catholic foundation, SJI International's s community welcomes students, teachers, parents, friends and supporters of all faiths and cultural backgrounds. SJI International's core Lasallian values are central to everything that SJI International does: spirituality, mutual respect, internationalism, leadership, experiences and service. SJI International strives to develop students who are intrinsically motivated to serve others and to give back to the community.
Today, SJI International celebrates a community of 1,800 students across two schools on one campus. The High School admits both Singaporean and international students in Grades 7 – 12 (ages 12 – 18); while the Elementary School caters to expatriate children from pre-school Prep 1 - 2 (ages 4 turning 5 - 6) and Grade 1 – 6 (ages 7 – 12).
SGD6,000 (for High School students)
Student support services and ESL/ESOL programmes available
In the Elementary School, we offer a range of Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) for children from Prep 1 to Grade 6. They can choose from Sporting CCAs, Visual Arts CCAs, Performing Arts CCAs, Academic CCAs, Environmental CCAs, ICT CCAs and more.
We also offer Catechism Classes across all grades as well as an extensive range of individual Instrumental Music lessons and tutoring in several languages including Spanish.
In addition to the CCA programme, our dedicated PE Department runs a wide range of sporting teams and our Music Department runs several ensembles including string and choir.
In the High School, we have a wide range of high-quality activities available to students both at lunchtime and after school. These include many sporting activities such as tennis, soccer, golf and rock climbing. There is also a wide variety of non-sporting activities such as MUN (Model United Nations), Orchestra, Gamelan and our ever-popular Drama productions.
A variety of peripatetic music opportunities are also available to students. Most activities are provided free of charge. However, some activities do incur an additional cost. All students are expected to undertake at least one activity outside normal curriculum hours in addition to service, but on average our students participate in far more.