Nexus International School Singapore
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|Nexus International School Singapore|
Nexus International School, Singapore Campus
201 Ulu Pandan Road
|Principal||Judy Cooper (hired June 2017)|
|Grades||Nursery to Year 13|
|Number of pupils||900|
|Language||English, French, Mandarin|
|Campus size||44,000 square meters|
|Contact||+65 6536 6566|
Nexus International School (Singapore) (NISS) is an international school located along Ulu Pandan Road and is an EduTrust certified school. It caters from Nursery up to Year 13 (ages 3 to 18).
NISS enrolled its first learners in July 2011 and now caters to over 900 students from around 50 different countries.
NISS is an authorised International Baccalaureate (IB) World School for Primary Years Programme (PYP) and Diploma Programme (DP).
Its 44,000 square metre campus holds two gymnasiums, a swimming pool, two sport fields, an auditorium, and music rooms along with science and multimedia laboratories. Co-curricular activities such as dance, swimming, drama, journalism, calligraphy and environmental clubs are offered. NISS also participates in sports competitions organized by the Athletic Conference of Singapore International Schools and has been the official host for the Trition Swimming League for 2012.
NISS is a member of the Council of International Schools (CIS), is an approved Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) Centre, is EduTrust certified, and is also an International Baccalaureate World School, authorised to offer the IB Primary Years and Diploma Programmes.
The academic year runs from August to June.
In late 2017, the school announced that they would move to a new campus in Aljunied. The new campus will be a 12-storey building that will have enough space for 1,200 students and include an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a large auditorium and a 2-storey library. The school stated it will move in January 2020.
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