The Nanyang Campus
The OWIS family would love to invite you to learn more about the new campus and how our school is geared at providing a “future-proof” education for your child. We would like you to meet us, learn more about our curriculum and explore the developments around the new Nanyang campus at any of our UPCOMING ADMISSIONS EVENTS.
An International school providing thoughtfully-priced, future-proof education
The OWIS Nanyang campus is located along 21 Jurong West Street 81. The property spans 3.2 hectares in an attractive, natural setting that will encourage learning to continue both in and out of the classroom. OWIS is a moderate fee school offering a top-quality educational experience that is designed to prepare students for ambitious adult lives. School fees for kindergarten and primary students will start from S$17,000 per annum and not exceed S$20,000 per annum for higher grades.
At OWIS, we pride ourselves in building an international community where children embrace diversity.
To assist with this, we have a 30% cap on any one nationality, so our student body is guaranteed to include students from different backgrounds, cultures and geographic locations. The new facility can house up to 1,200 students from pre-school through 12th grade, and class size is limited to 24 students per classroom.
Our modern campus offers students & parents everything they expect from a well-rounded education. Our classrooms and teachers embrace the latest technology, and the campus will also support outdoor learning opportunities, including a Nature Kindergarten. Our IB and IGCSE curricula encourages a deeper understanding of the world around us through inquiry-based learning, and we utilise technology as a tool to deliver that instruction more effectively.
At OWIS, children follow a world class, concept driven curriculum which not only enhances knowledge but also enables them to make real-life connections with the world around them. This is how OWIS ensures that learning is truly “future proof”.
Embracing Stellar Educational Standards with the OWIS Model
The OWIS Education Model focuses on evolving children into responsible and well-rounded adults, and centers on these six pillars:
- One with the World
In every part of the curriculum and throughout the campus itself, OWIS Nanyang aims to weave in these pillars, helping students to make an impact across their communities as well as the world. The OWIS model intrinsically focuses on encouraging students to ask questions and solve problems in order to develop critical thinking skills.
In order to nurture children into adults who are prepared to work in today’s challenging, global economy, OWIS firmly operates as an international school. The distinct population as well as the cosmopolitan outlook across our campus will include students and teachers from different parts of the world. This unique collaboration will serve to encourage tolerance and a healthy respect for diversity.
Learn More About OWIS Nanyang Today
We hope that you are ready to learn more about our educational model and the new international campus, and we can’t wait to meet you !
We also encourage you to schedule an appointment with an Admissions Counselor to learn more.
OWIS News Update
Our daughters (aged 5 and 7) have been enrolled at OWIS for 10 months, having moved to Singapore from Japan. Both our girls are very fond of their teachers and are always keen to go to school each day. We have seen significant improvements from their time with the school, especially in terms of reading and writing. Further, we have noted that the teachers take time to get to know each student at an individual level; putting significant effort into building the children’s social skills, and encouraging them to solve problems on their own.
edward and Asuka Clease
Chanya was 6 years old when she enrolled grade 1 during the academic year in October 2016. She was previously in a Thai school and we realized that her English language ability would obstruct her school daily life. As a new student, both to the school and in language communication, I was so worried for her. But after starting at the One World International School, my daughter had settled down very well after the first few weeks. The English as an Additional Language program (EAL) offering one-on-one has helped her to catch up quickly with her social life and normal classes.We have been very delighted being a part of the “One World” community.
Mrs.On-usah Chiengkul, Mother of Chanya Chiengkul (Grade 1A)
Being in One World International School has provided such a positive experience for my son and our family. As an expat child, it is unfortunately easy to feel like you don't belong. This is not the case with OWIS. The OWIS family embraced us with open arms and my son immediately felt included. I remember the first thing my son told me when he started with OWIS. He said, "I feel like I have been going to this school for a long time! I love it here!" He is excited to go to school every day ever since!
Sophie K, Parent of a 4th Grader