Welcome to Dulwich College, an academically selective independent boys' school in South London. It is an exciting time to be here and a great honour to be leading the College through its 400th anniversary in 2019 and into the 2020s.
Dulwich College has a distinguished tradition of inspired teaching and genuine scholarship and benefits from historic buildings and green open spaces in a delightful environment.
Boys proceed from Dulwich College to the most competitive of universities, both in the UK and internationally, and thereafter into all the major professions, with a high number choosing to work in Medicine, Engineering and Law. We are also alert to the changing nature of work in the 21st century and expect our alumni to take up a number of jobs not yet dreamt of and to have more than one career. The College has a long-standing reputation for producing some of the finest actors, musicians, sportsmen and writers and we foresee a future in which our students go on to engage in entrepreneurial, technological or cybernetic and innovative enterprises too.
Our primary duty is to ensure that all our pupils are engaged in good learning within the classroom and beyond; both in working towards examined syllabuses and in their free learning.
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