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Read about our graduates, Sarah Leong & Jonathan Leong, and their experience at SFMS as featured in The Straits Times!

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News & Announcements

SFMS Orientation 2017

Dates: 17 & 18 Jan 2017 (Tues & Wed)

Time: 7.40 am – 1.00 pm (students are to report to school as usual in the morning)

Attire: PE attire

The students’ participation is compulsory and attendance will be taken.

A Day in SFMS

Check out what a day is like in SFMS & hear from our students about the unique programmes that we offer.

If you are unable to view the video, please click here to view from YouKu 优酷.

SFMS Short-Term Programmes

School Visit Programme

Through this visit, foreign students can learn more about the Singapore Education System and the unique courses that we offer in SFMS.

We also welcome parents and teachers who are interested to gain more insights about education in Singapore.

The duration of the School Visit programme is 1.5 hours per session.

Summer Camp Programme

With the help of our experienced English teachers, the Summer Camp aims to provide fun and interactive lessons to groups of students who wish to learn and improve their English in both verbal and written skills.

Immersion Programme

This programme is suitable for students who would like to experience and understand in greater depth, studying in SFMS.

Students will be placed into one of our existing classes for full day lessons for a minimum period of 1 week and up to a maximum period of 4 weeks.

A brief entrance test and interview will be conducted to assess and determine the suitability of the students prior to the start of the course.

SFMS Graduates

From our School

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The 2 years at SFMS literally changed my life. I got to study and participate in extracurricular activities with students from all over the world, and this has proved to be extremely useful for my career right now as a finance lecturer in Monash University.

Vu Ngo, Robert | Vietnam

(Class of 2002)

Chan Yi-Hoong (tn)

SFMS was, to me, more than just another school; it shaped my conviction, developed my potential, and encouraged me to cultivate a questioning mind, instead of just taking things at face value. Instead of merely stretching students academically, the school also puts in effort to inculcate moral values in her students. SFMS has developed me holistically and I thank God for having studied in this school.

Chan Yi-Hoong | Singapore

(Class of 2012)


The conducive learning environment at SFMS allows me to balance between my studies and life as a semi-professional athlete. With the help from my teachers and classmates, I was able to attain great results for my International GCSEs.

Chiu Tsz Yu | Hong Kong

(Class of 2014)


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Unique Academic Pathways to
Internationally Recognised Qualifications

We offer three international academic pathways, tailored to the needs of different students.

Teaching Excellence

With a team of dedicated, experienced and qualified teachers, coupled with the Academic Achievement Programme (AAP), SFMS aims to enable students to realise their fullest academic potential.

Interest Groups

Apart from grooming academic excellence, SFMS provides students with the opportunity to develop their potential and excel in their areas of talent and interest, through various interest groups. These groups also provide an avenue for teachers and students to interact and bond.

Supportive Student Environment

SFMS is well-known for its friendliness, warmth and caring ‘family’ spirit, recognizing and respecting the uniqueness of every student.

Culturally Rich Environment

SFMS brings together students with diverse cultures from different parts of the world, allowing interaction and appreciation of different cultures.

Pastoral Care

SFMS has adopted the You Can Do It! (YCDI) model which focus on the development of young people’s social and emotional capabilities to groom students into responsible and caring adults.