At SJII there are many ways to give. You can support us with your time and with your financial support. Our school is able to offer the quality education it provides because of the effort and support of members of our community like you.
Option 1: Our Scholarship and Bursaries Fund
As a Lasallian School, SJI International strives to bring education to all – especially the last, the lost and the least. By donating to the Scholarship Fund, you empower the school to provide life-changing opportunities to promising students from families whose financial situation would otherwise make it impossible for them to access quality education.
Although the majority of our Scholarships are offered to deserving Singaporean students, we have over the years offered scholarships to students from Thailand, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, East Timor, Myanmar and the Philippines. Backed to 2007, till to date, we have offered 261 scholarships worth of S$21million in value. For more information about our Scholarship Programme please click here.
Option 2: Building & Development Fund
Your donations to the Building and Development Fund support campus improvements and maintenance, as well as allows us to invest in future building and development, to provide the best possible facilities and environment for our students’ education.
The current lease for our campus was recently extended by the govt till 2025, followed by a likely relocation and need for a new campus to be built. As such, we have launched a multi-year fundraising project for the additional space required at our current location, as well as to prepare for the building requirements of our new campus. By contributing to the Building and Development Fund, you are contributing to empowering the lives of current students and the generations to come.
Double major in Linguistics and Computer Science at Yale University (2020)
I firmly believe that an SJI International education has the potential to be whatever you want to be; during my time in school, I experienced service-learning firsthand, teaching music lessons at a UWS school in Koh Chreum, Cambodia, and later joining eye care drives at a children's home in Western Thailand. As a member of the Student Council I had the opportunity to exercise my leadership and teamwork abilities though school-wide initiatives such as Wellbeing Week.
These are just the drop in the metaphorical bucket of opportunities available to the SJI International student, and I am extremely grateful for having been able to take part in a few of them.”OUR SCHOLAR ritik chamola '(19)