Korea

Education

Seoul Foreign School

Founded in 1912, Seoul Foreign School aims to educate the whole child in a challenging academic atmosphere and within a broad, interdenominational Christian climate.
A strong college-preparatory programme is enhanced by IB courses and a high ratio of computers per student. A British curriculum division is available to children through age 12.
The majority of teachers at Seoul Foreign School are American and British, and are well trained, experienced professionals across the age spectrum. The average stay is four years.
Students at Seoul Foreign School are predominantly American (59%) but some 51 other nations are also represented. The average stay is about three years. Graduates usually enter US colleges or universities, with small numbers going to Europe.
Seoul Foreign School runs from late August to mid June with 180 student days scheduled yearly. The school day runs from 08: 30-15: 00 with sports, drama, and other activities following.
The campus of some 24 acres has six classroom buildings, Performing Arts Center, auditorium, gymnasiums, indoor swimming pool, cafeteria, faculty housing and maintenance facilities. There are four science labs, four computer labs, drama and photo facilities, art and language rooms. Four tennis courts and a large field supplement the gym.
Applicants to Seoul Foreign School are tested for English and academic competence. Limited financial aid is available.
School Profile:
National, IB, US, UK curricula.
1250 students, 3-19 yrs

Address:
55 Yonhi-Dong, Sudaemun Ku,
Seoul, 120-113, South Korea
Tel: (+82) 2 330 3100
Fax: (+82) 2 335 1857
sfsoffice@sfs.or.kr;
www.sfs.or.kr