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The Nexus International School brand was established in 2007 by Taylor’s Schools, with the first campus set up in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Taylor’s later acquired the company Excelsior International School Pte Ltd which owned Excelsior International School on 2nd June 2011. It rebranded the school to Nexus International School (Singapore) which was located at Ulu Pandan until 2019.

Nexus International School (Singapore) Ulu Pandan

Old campus at Ulu Pandan

The Nexus brand was designed with 21st century learning in mind at every level of the school. This need to continually evolve and respond to the future is an ethos that has underpinned the growth of Taylor’s Schools to become one of Asia’s leading private education providers. The “Nexus Way” was developed with the guiding philosophy to adopt key elements of Mindsets, Relationships, Inclusion, and Innovation.

Our shift to the new world-class campus at Aljunied in January 2020 sought to create an ideal environment to promote the “Nexus Way” ethos of encouraging learners to see the world from a global perspective. Our world-class purpose-built campus was designed with innovative learning at the centre of our decision-making process.

Our teachers know best learning practices and were heavily involved in the design process of the school. The result is that we have open-plan and flexible areas for our learner community to leverage and to suit their learning needs. Our modern state-of-the-art campus caters to all ages of learning from our Early Years, Primary to International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).

 

Hear from pioneers who have been with Nexus since 2011!
 

Graeme Massey (Health & Physical Education Teacher & Phase 5 Leader (Years 7, 8 & 9):

“There was a lot of work that went into the planning and set-up of the new campus and it’s fair to say it has not disappointed at all. It really is a dream come true for both learners and teachers.”

Jack Foo (Year 12 Learner):

“Some of the biggest changes I’ve seen is the change in campus and teachers. But I’ve also seen Nexus grow so much and they have really found their own unique teaching style.”