Dulwich College Beijing announces that it will be introducing new classes in each of its Years 6, 7, and 8 – respectively for students of 10, eleven, and twelve years old – in the upcoming Academic Year (AY) 2024-2025.
The expansion is expected to meet the growing demand from families seeking to enroll their children into the College. In line with this initiative, DCB is planning to recruit additional qualified staff and add physical spaces to accommodate the new classes while maintaining its promise to deliver a world-class education to all the students.
Anthony Coles, DCB’s Head of College, shared, “Our unwavering commitment to upholding our high standards of excellence remains at the core of this expansion.”
DCB has made a deliberate decision to expand the year levels of 6, 7, and 8 because those year levels are considered most critical for students transitioning to complete their schooling within the College.
“At DCB, we firmly believe that an organic and progressive alignment across every key aspect of a student’s development will enhance the learning outcomes,” said Mr Coles. “By extending our enrolment in these transitional year levels from Junior School to Senior School, we aim to offer more students the opportunity to begin their journey towards graduation.”
This expansion is a testament to the remarkable success and steady growth that DCB has achieved over the years. Since its establishment in 2005, DCB has embarked on a journey of rapid and steady growth and has grown into one of the most recognised international schools not only in China but across the globe.
Mr Coles added, “As we embrace this expansion, we do so with pride in how far we’ve come, and we look forward to a more exciting future that lies ahead.”