Skip to main content
Home Semantic Views demo Semantic Views demo

Semantic Views demo

Contact Us


Chatsworth International School - Orchard Campus
(International Programmes for ages 3 to 18+)
37 Emerald Hill, Singapore 229313
General Enquiries: (65) 6737 5955    Fax: (65) 6737 5655
Admissions: (65) 6737 5955 ext. 103/4


Refund Policy


The Private Education Institute (PEI) refund policy is stated below. 

1.    Refund for Withdrawal Due to Non-Delivery of Course

1.1  The school will notify the student within 3 working days upon knowledge of any of the following:

1.1.1 It does not commence the Course on the Course Commencement Date;

1.1.2 It terminates the Course, before the Course Commencement Date;

1.1.3 It does not complete the Course by the Course Completion Date;

1.1.4 It terminates the Course, before the Course Completion Date;

Fee Protection & Medical Insurance


Fee Protection Scheme

Under the Private Education Act, all course fees are required to be insured. For more information on the Private Education Act or the Committee for Private Education (CPE), please visit the SSG website.

The Fee Protection Scheme (FPS) aims to protect the students' course fees in the event that a Private Education Institution (PEI) is unable to continue operations due to insolvency and/or regulatory closure.

Accreditation & Certifications


Chatsworth International School is a member in good standing of, and/or holds accreditations with the following organisations.

IB Middle Years Programme


IB Learner Profile


Around the school and in the classrooms you will see a set of words describing personality attributes. These words represent what is called the IB learner profile. This profile represents an International Baccalaureate graduating student.

IB Diploma Programme


Chatsworth High School Diploma


The Chatsworth High School Diploma is Chatsworth’s school leaving certificate awarded to students who meet our general graduation requirements. Our High School Diploma is accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges. It counts credits (courses taken), tracking students from Year 10 through to Year 13 (most courses are 1 credit per year). Students need to obtain a certain number of credits overall and, more specifically, in English, Math, Science and Electives.