|School Name:||Dulwich College|
|Location:||Dulwich Common London SE21 7LD United Kingdom|
|Religion:||Church of England|
|Year Group:||Year 3 - Year 13|
|No. of Students:||1500|
|No. of Boarders:||120|
Achieve a minimum of 60% of Commom Entrance
|Sixth Form Entry Requirement:
GCSE - 18 points as a minimum entry requirement, where A* counts as 4 points, A as 3 points, B as 2 points, C as 0 points. include (i) English Language, (ii) Mathematics and (iii) an A/A* grade in the four subjects to be studied at Advanced level
Music, Drama, Visual Art, Sport, Activities
|Director of Admissions:
Mrs Sarah Betts & Mrs Helen Delves
Dulwich College, Dulwich Common, London SE21 7LD, United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 8299 9281
- The school has a very extensive archive, especially of material relating to drama and the arts, The school has maintained a strong academic record. The top ten academic schools in the country, sixth form under 200 pupils.
- The College is a Christian foundation which values the fact that its pupils are drawn from a wide variety of faiths.
- Every boy has a form tutor who takes his personal well-being as seriously as he takes his academic success. Good pastoral care. The Code of Conduct which operates throughout the College.
- The school typically has about 120 pupils gaining 100%% AB grades at A level. In recent years, the school has produced between 40 and 50 Oxbridge students per year.
- Boys are admitted to the College as day boys from the age of 7. In addition, full or weekly boarding is available from Year 7.
- Junior School (Years 3 – 6) - a combination of written exercises, practical tasks and an individual interview.
- Lower & Middle School (Years 7 – 10) - the candidate's performance in the appropriate examination or test an interview a confi dential report from the Head of the candidate's present school and subject to the College's Standard Terms and Conditions, a copy of which is sent with every offer of a place.
- Upper School (Year 12) - the candidate's performance in the appropriate examination or test an interview a confi dential report from the Head of the candidate's present school.
- In most cases, we are able to make arrangements for candidates from overseas to sit examinations in the country concerned.
- For those sitting GCSE examinations we erquire 18 points
as a minimum entry requirement, where A* counts as 4 points, A as 3 points, B as 2 points, C as 0 points.
- These should include (i) English Language, (ii) Mathematics and (iii) an A/A* grade in the four subjects to be studied at Advanced level, where appropriate.
- Boarders at Dulwich enjoy the best of both worlds, 70 acres of open space, just a twelve minute train journey from the centre of London, the boarding community is truly international, with some 20 nationalities.
- Boys from all three Houses eat together in the Boarders’ Dining Room, each House also has its own kitchen facilities where boys can make light meals and hot drinks.
- With London on the doorstep, there is no shortage of destinations for weekend trips. Museums, art galleries and the theatre, of course; but also the cinema, go-karting, paint-balling, ice-skating.
- Most boys become involved in one or more of the many co-curricular activities available such as sport, music, drama, CCF, scouts or community service.
- Boarders now belong to one of three boarding houses boys of sixteen (Year 11) live in "The Orchard", the Upper School (Year 12 and Year13) "Ivyholme" or "Blew House".
Core Subjects at GCSE: Classics, Criticial Thinking, Design & Technology, Drama, Economics, English, Geography, History, ICT, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Music, Physical Education, Religion and Theology, Science.
GCE AL Subject Choice
Classics, Criticial Thinking, Design & Technology, Drama, Economics, English, Geography, History, ICT, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Music, Physical Education, Religion and Theology, Science.
2012/13 Boarding Fees# (GBP£) Per Term (3 Terms Per Year)
Remark: #Inclusive of tuition fees but exclusive of miscellaneous fees, such as uniform, extracurricular activities