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Congratulations to our graduating cohort of 2019 for their outstanding results in the IB Diploma examinations. Chatsworth International School has achieved 100% pass rate with the highest score being 44 points, followed by 41 points in the second position. With our school average at 36 points, it is way above the world average of 29.63 points by 6.37 points. With their remarkable results, the cohort of graduates have been accepted and/or matriculated into competitive universities globally. See Where Our graduates Go.
Welcome to our student newspaper, The Phoenix Times!
We have loved watching the evolution of this newspaper over time, in both content and design / layout. The Phoenix Times is a joint project of Primary and Secondary, and is printed several times per year. Copies are available around campus at publication time, and will always be available on this page on our website as well.
We would like to extend our thanks to our teachers and students who are involved in producing these publications.
Chatsworth has a full service canteen that offers a variety of breakfast and lunch options for all dietary needs and preferences. Our canteen operator, Cezars Kitchen, works with the school to promote healthy lifestyles, habits and diets for our students.
Thank you for your interest in Chatsworth International School.
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Bukit Timah Campus: +65 6463 3201
Orchard Campus: +65 6737 5955
Chatsworth International School - Bukit Timah Campus
(International Programmes for Kindergarten to Year 13)
72 Bukit Tinggi Road, Singapore 289760
General Enquiries: (65) 6463 3201 Fax: (65) 6463 3202
Chatsworth Orchard Primary students from Kindergarten through Year 6 bringing their knowledge of Units of Inquiry alive!
'One of the things I like about attending Chatsworth is its variety. During my nine years here, I've met all sorts of people from different countries, races and religions. Also, the teachers always manage to make learning interesting'. - Max Issel, Chatsworth Student