Highly Rated International Schools You Probably Didn’t About in Singapore

Singapore is home to a lot of international schools. But if you are an expatriate, you may only know a handful of them, perhaps because you are new to Singapore and you don’t know which international school is top-rated and which is not. Because you don’t want to enroll your child into just any international school or the first one you come across, you may have to spend countless hours doing research to find international schools for enrolment.

This article is going to make your job a whole lot easier as it unveils some of the top-rated international schools in Singapore. One thing you must never do regardless of how long you have been in Singapore is settling for anything less than the best for your little one.

The following article by Marchh unveils some highly-rated international schools expat parents may not know about.

15 Highly Rated International Schools in Singapore

Just moved to Singapore? Are you an expatriate looking to enroll your child in an international school? You have found the right place. In this article, we have compiled a list of international schools in Singapore you can consider sending your child to. Read more here.

You definitely will agree that the above article is an eye-opener, as it unveils some top-rated international schools like Canadian International School, United World College South East Asia, and Dover Court International School that a lot of expat parents may know nothing about. If you want to learn more about the tuition of these schools, then you should read the next article carefully.

The following article by Moneysmart  is basically a guide to fees and cost for the best international schools in Singapore.

International Schools in Singapore 2019 – Guide to Fees and Costs for the Best Expat Schools

So you’re moving to Singapore with the kids in tow. If you’ve decided to enroll your kids in an international school rather than a local one, you might still be overwhelmed by the options. Despite Singapore’s small size, there are many international schools crammed- Read more here.

You surely now know some of the most recommended international schools in Singapore, where they are located, their tuition fee, and any additional fee you may be required to pay. If you are having trouble narrowing down the best international school for your kids, or figuring out if the one you have in mind will be good for your kid, then the next article is for you.

The following article by Expat Living is a must-read guide for expat parents who are clueless about international school and how they work.

International schools in Singapore: HUGE GUIDE

For many of us, selecting the right international schools for our children is, after choosing where to live, the most important decision we have to make when moving to a new country. There’s a wide choice of international schools in SingaporeRead more here.

The above article has probably shed light on some intricate things you may not know about international schools in Singapore. It has also brought to light a picture of what some of the best international schools in Singapore have to offer and what set them apart from others out there.

Final note

As an expat parent, it is your responsibility to find a good international school that will be able to address the needs of your child. Of course, you have the freedom to employ whatever means to find the ideal school for your kid, but you have to make sure that the one you pick is reputable, highly rated and have high teaching standard.

If you are having a hard time figuring out whether a school is good or not, you should go online to see what other parents have to say about it or better still visit the school in person to learn what they are all about. You won’t regret it.

Everything You Need to Know About the Best International Schools in Singapore

Singapore is a great city and an excellent travel destination. Every year, thousands of professionals visit to do business. But at times, they may bring their families with them perhaps because they are going to stay for a long time and want to have their loved ones around. One challenge expatriates are likely going to face is finding a good international school for their kids.

Because Singapore is home to a lot of international schools, it may be difficult for expat parents to make an informed decision. The obvious reason for this is that they don’t know how the educational system in Singapore works. Even more, they may know very little or nothing about what international schools has to offer to their kids. If you are in this boat, you are going to find this article useful, as it unveils basically everything you need to know about international schools in Singapore: https://www.gess.sg/en/

The following article by Imoney gives expat parents an idea of how much some top-rated international schools in Singapore cost.

Top International Schools In Singapore & How Much They Cost [Updated]

One of the many things that keep parents up at night is the education of their children. Parents who are relocating to a foreign country may find the search for a good school to be a daunting affair. Read more here.

The above article has certainly given expat parents some insight about the tuition fee and some additional fees they may be required to pay before their kids can be enrolled. Of course, all international schools are great, but not all of them have what it takes to help your child reach his potential.

The following article by Metroresidence unveils some of the best international schools for little kids.

8 International schools in Singapore for your precious ones

When moving to Singapore with a family, one major consideration for parents would be their child’s education. Every parent wants the best for their child and with all the different options available, it can sometimes be a daunting task to decide on the right path your child should take. Read more here

You definitely know a thing or two about eight top-notch international schools for little kid in Singapore. If you are looking for the best of the best international school in Singapore, then you should read the next article carefully, as it unveils some of the best international schools in Singapore.

The following article by Hayley Holle sheds light on some of the best international schools in Singapore.

The 10 Top International Schools in Singapore

Singapore offers a staggering 83 international schools. Choices galore for Asian parents, but often with a substantial price tag attached. Currently, Singapore seems to favour the IB programme over British A-Levels, scoring among the highest IB results in the world. Read more here.

Surely, you now know some 10 highly-rated international schools in Singapore. You also now know where they are located and their fees. The reason why these schools are top-rated is this- they have high teaching standards, high-quality teaching equipment, modern facilities, and qualified teachers.

Final note

Choosing an international school in Singapore is by no means an easy task, especially for expat parents. With so many options out there, it is easy to get frustrated, stressed out, and likely make a wrong decision.

To prevent that from happening, expat parents must learn as much as they can about everything there is to know about the leading international schools in Singapore.

They can do this either by visiting them in person, reading reviews about them online, or asking parents whose kids are enrolled in them. 


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For admission to Mission Hill Truck School, an interview of the applicant will be conducted by an Admissions Representative. At that time, the student will be given an admissions application to complete. In the interview, the applicant is  informed about the program itself, admissions requirements, class start dates, the requirements before performing a safety sensitive function (driving), having a negative drug test result, and school policies in general. Each applicant is given a tour of the school, if possible.

Also, during the interview it will be pointed out that if the applicant has any; DUI convictions, more than three moving violations, any Worker’s Compensation claims in the past three years, felony convictions, neck or back problems, or a non-verifiable work history, it may be difficult to secure employment with certain employers.

This institution will conduct an evaluation of previous education and training for all Veterans and eligible persons. Then accordingly we will grant appropriate credit, shorten the training period proportionately, and notify the student, VA or proper funding agency.

An Enrollment Agreement is then processed when the applicant is determined to be qualified for training. The agreement is forwarded to the School Administrator for approval. A “Notice of Students Rights” informing the student of their right to cancel the training contract is given to each student at the time of enrollment.

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Our purpose at Mission Hill Truck School is to prepare students to become safe professional entry-level truck drivers. The objective is to educate and prepare students with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to qualify for entry level jobs in trucking industry. More emphasis is placed on safety and a thorough understanding of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Rules and Regulations in the operation of heavy-duty equipment.
Mission Hill Truck School has been granted institutional approval from the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Vocational School (BPPVE) in the State of California. In California, the license to operate is issued by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education and is issued in accordance with California education Code Section 94915
In order to be accepted for training as a truck driver, an applicant must:

· Read, write and comprehend English or Spanish
· Be at least 18 years old. Minimum age for interstate driving is 21 years
· Required to obey school policies and procedures.
· Pass an ability to benefit test.
· Submit current Driver License.
· Present a Social Security card and Resident Alien Card, if applicable.
· Pass a (D.O.T.) Department of Transportation physical examination.
· Obtain a Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) printout.
(Note:  if applicant has any DUI convictions, more than three moving violations on his/her driving record, any Worker’s Compensation claims in the last three years, felony convictions, back or neck problems, or a non-verifiable work history, he/she must speak to the Admissions representative so that we may determine on an individual basis whether or not any of the above conditions would prevent the applicant from obtaining a position in the truck driving industry.)
· Pass a drug screen test.
(According to the US Department of Transportation Regulation 382.103, student drivers are required to be tested although they may not yet possess a Commercial Driver License.)

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The goal at Mission Hill Truck School is to provide a quality career-oriented education for our students. Our staff is very committed to the success of  our students, not only when attending our school but for the years to come.

Getting started is easy, just contact us today to discuss this new career. Our staff will provide you with the information you need to get you on the road to success. Do not miss this opportunity!