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Nov 14th: Learn about our Middle and High School Programs

An in-depth focus on Stamford's middle school and high school program

Join this in-depth curriculum information session to learn more about Stamford's middle and high school programs which offer three graduating pathways to give your child a world of choice. Stamford's approach is proven to lead to success, with 82% of students that graduated from our Singapore campus gained entry to their top two universities of choice such as Northwestern University (US)University College London (UK), University of Toronto (CA), Australia National University (AU) and the Nanyang Technological University (SG) ranked #11 in the world, #1 in Asia and many more!

Stamford offers an inquiry-based curriculum combined with rigorous American standards integrated with a leading edge STEMinn (science, technology, engineering, math, and innovation) program. The focus on STEM education will give your child the technology skills needed for success in tomorrow's world and they will stand-out with highly developed critical thinking, collaboration and resilience gained through project-based learning with practical applications.

We use a personalized learning approach to ensure every child is inspired and we measure our students' success. In our first academic year, our experienced faculty nurtured our students, and 70% exceeded their growth targets. (Versus 50% in the United States)

Our broad and balanced curriculum includes a bilingual (Mandarin/English) program, or daily Mandarin or Spanish, the arts, athletics, and over 30 CCA programs.

This session will cover our curriculum in depth and also provide parents with opportunities for Q&A.  Upper School Principal Neil Walton and Academic Coordinator Michael Galligan will lead this session. Parents with children of all ages are welcome.

Due to the popularity of this topic, we are offering two sessions.

WHEN: November 14th

Session 1: (CAMPUS) 12:45 pm with a school tour or 1:15 pm no tour

Session 2: (CENTRAL) 6:00 pm