Consistent with the School’s outward-looking ethos, in 2011 we opened NLCS Jeju, a Korean campus on the beautiful island of Jeju.
The close relationship between the schools is mutually beneficial and staff appointed to NLCS Jeju are interviewed and trained at NLCS (UK) in order to ensure a thorough understanding of the NLCS ethos.
We are extremely proud of all that has been achieved at our Korean campus in bringing the NLCS philosophy to life in a new cultural context.
NLCS Jeju has become one of the most prestigious international schools in Asia, and results in the International Baccalaureate (IB) put them among the best in the world. In addition to academic success, their extra-curricular programme is designed to develop characteristics such as leadership, teamwork and risk-taking which play a crucial role when students apply to university.
Boarding takes a traditionally British approach, with a “House System” combining excellent pastoral care with a supportive, homely environment where students make friends and connections for life.
NLCS Jeju uses the diamond model, which offers the benefits of a single-sex education while at the same time encouraging boys and girls to grow together outside of the classroom. From ages 4-11 boys and girls share classrooms, from ages 11 – 16 students are educated separately and in the Sixth Form they come together again.