Hwa Chong International School (HCIS)

Hwa Chong International School Students

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HCIS shares the Hwa Chong family’s remarkable legacy and a long 100-year history. HCIS emphasizes educating and nurturing students from Singapore to become engaged global citizens, based on the same philosophy that our founders had in 1919, and that education paves the road for the advancement of the individual and society. The Hwa Chong International School (HCIS) get dedicated to providing a unique learning paradigm that grows students into autonomous, inventive, and internationalized individuals equipped for the challenges of the twenty-first century, drawing inspiration from our school motto.

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The Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) gave their approval in 2005 for the establishment (of EDB).

Co-Curricular Activities:

The CCA Program stresses involvement and engagement in activities that lead to an individual’s overall development. Hwa Chong International School (HCIS) takes a developmental approach to learn new skills, strengthening connections with others, and honing leadership qualities by providing regular weekly activities that challenge and engage our students. Because there are so many CCA alternatives, students may choose several activities that meet their interests and needs.


  • Archery
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Bowling
  • Equestrian (Horse Riding)
  • Ice-Hockey
  • Indoor Skydiving
  • Karate
  • Netball
  • Artistic Swimming
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Water Polo

Performing arts:

  • Contemporary Dance
  • Guzheng
  • Jam Band
  • Strings Ensemble

Clubs & societies:

  • Digital Art Club
  • ELDDS (Debate)
  • Finger Painting
  • Media (Aerial Videography)
  • Media (Photography & Videography)
  • Robotics


HCIS provides students with a six-year integrated curriculum that includes a four-year Integrated Program that progresses from the Foundation Program to the Pre-IB Program two-year International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP).

The Foundations Program:

The program’s learning objectives are: Discovering with Depth and Engaging the Fundamentals (Years 1-2). Students get taught English, Chinese, Humanities (History and Geography), Science (Chemistry, Biology, and Physics), and Mathematics.

Pre-IB Courses:

The program’s learning objectives are: Managing Depth and Progressing with Skills (Years 3-4). According to school standards, pupils are encouraged to pursue a broad-based curriculum by teaching the following key subjects: Economics, Business Studies, Geography, History, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and Integrated Mathematics are among the topics covered.

Certificate Program:

The program’s learning objectives include: Challenging Intellect and Anchoring for University (Years 5-6). The pupils follow the internationally acclaimed IBDP program for academic challenge and purposeful overall growth. It establishes a strong foundation for university preparedness based on intellectual involvement in educational activities.

Experiential Learning Program:

Students in the Middle Years Experiential Program go on a voyage of self-discovery. Students will be brought out of their comfort zones and taught to adjust to changing conditions through various selected activities. Reflecting on and learning from these events will build a positive attitude and an understanding of their abilities.

Ascension Program:

The Senior Years Ascension Program builds on the Middle Years foundation to encourage students to take an active part in defining their future. They will participate in activities that allow them to be creative and make a difference in the lives of others around them. They’ll also provide kids the tools to face problems with confidence and take charge of their lives.

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