Dulwich College Star City is a part of the Dulwich College International family of schools and links to Dulwich College founded in 1619. The school collaborates closely with other international schools in the Dulwich network which provides students immense exposure to different cultures. The school fosters creativity, academic ability and diversity.
The Dulwich College Star City operates out of two campuses – Pun Hlaing and Star City, both of which cater to early years up to Year 2 (aged 2 – 7 Years). The Junior School is meant for students from Year 3 to Year 6 and the Senior School is for students from Year 7 to 13. Upon graduation, students from Pun Hlaing campus are guaranteed a place in Year 12 of the Star City campus.
Students of secondary level are offered the IGCSE curriculum and ultimately appear for the world-renowned IGCSE examinations. The school boasts of a high rate of acceptance of students in international universities, many of whom grabbing scholarships for their higher studies.
Apart from academics, a range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. The school also lays great emphasis on language learning and hence offers Mandarin and Myanmar language apart from English to its students. The school offers English as a Second Language programme as well.
The Star City campus is a purpose-built facility surrounded by greenery. Classes are conducted in five separate buildings specially designed for students. The building has flexible indoor and outdoor learning spaces including rugby and football fields, indoor gymnasium, aquatic centre, Olympic sized swimming pool and a learning pool. The facilities are being upgraded and will soon have a performing arts centre, an art and design building and science laboratories.
The Pun Hlaing campus is also an extensive one with all the facilities to aid the learning journey of students. There are a 350-seat box theatre, science laboratories, art and design studios, library and sports fields.
Star City campus Star City, Kyaik Khauk Pagoda Rd, Thanlyin Township, Yangon