We are home to 1700 students from 40 nationalities. We are inclusive and celebrate our diversity by welcoming students of all faiths.
In 1680 St John Baptist de La Salle, a French priest and patron saint of teachers, started an order to provide education for poor boys in France. It welcomed children of all faiths. In 1852, the Lasallian Brothers set up St Joseph’s Institution in Singapore. SJI International is a sister school of St Joseph’s Institution (SJI) and shares a similar mission statement:
Enabling students, within a Lasallian community, to learn how to learn, and to learn how to live, empowering them to become people of integrity and people for others.
Consistent with our Catholic and Lasallian ethos, at SJI International we continually evaluate all our processes against our values. These are the six pillars of our institution: Spirituality, Mutual respect, Internationalism, Leadership, Experiences and Service.
We rely on student fees to finance all aspects of its operations, including lease payments and buildings. We receive no government support.
A key vision of the founders is that SJI International will educate the brightest young students in the South East Asian region and that they will be selected irrespective of an ability to pay the normal fees.
I am excited at the opportunities our students will have, and the good that SJI International can do in nurturing a new generation of young people in our region who can thrive and succeed in the global world, and who can build bridges of friendship and understanding so that love, peace and hope will be the dominant language, rather than hate, war and despair.
Below you can read or download reports for SJI International and SJI International Elementary School.