The final sporting event of the academic year saw DCB welcoming back Mike Gatting (ex England cricket captain) for his fourth visit to the College. The morning session involved a team of Junior School students competing in a triangular cricket tournament against Harrow International School of Beijing and The Pakistani Embassy School.
The students really enjoyed, what was for many of them, their first experience playing in a cricket match. Mr Gatting also led a coaching session for teachers and parents that provided them with an insight into how to coach the basic skills of cricket to young people. The event was a great success and Mr Gatting even found the time to umpire the staff vs parents in the afternoon! We are hoping to see Mr Gatting at the school again in May 2017!

Aspiring fencers from several international schools in Beijing gathered at DCB this past Saturday for the school’s very first Fencing Tournament! Olympic gold medalist Zhong Man, who competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics, served as our special guest at this exciting event. The sabre fencer also spoke to DCB Junior and Senior School students the day prior about his experiences as an Olympic champion, taught us a bit about fencing, and answered student questions. 
Congratulations to DCB students Cyril Delanoue (U15 ), Kenneth Kong (U9), and Yobo Gao (U9) who came in First, Third, and First in their respective categories during the competition!


2016 University Offers Pour In
While DCB is about much more than simply getting into great universities, all can appreciate that this is one important aspect all of our students aspire towards. At the end of Term 2, we are proud to report our finest catalogue of American university places yet! Harry Sha has been offered a place at Stanford; Cecily Chen at University of Pennsylvania (UPenn); Charles Chiu at Harvard; Tony Yun at Juilliard. These are all firsts for DCB and the tip of the iceberg of successes. 
This year we have eight students with offers at Ivy League universitiesHarvardUPenn, three at Cornell, two at Brown, and Dartmouth. When this is added to offers from Stanford (more competitive than all the Ivies), Barnard (affiliated with Columbia University), Rhode Island School of Design (linked to Brown University), and our offers from Oxford and Cambridge, it means we have a line-up of destinations that any school would envy. 
In addition, many more wonderful offers have been received at other world class universities such as Fordham UniversityNew York University (NYU)University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)Northwestern University, and University of Notre Dame

We live in humbling times, and can do nothing more than congratulate these young people on their stunning levels of success. They are a credit to their parents, their school and, above all, to themselves. 


  • 38.2
    Class of 2015 IB Average
  • 60%+
    Teachers are British
  • 40+
    Different Nationalities are represented in our diverse student body
  • 100+
    Matches played last year by our sports teams 
  • 89 Capital Airport Rd
  • Shunyi District, Beijing, 101300
  • 1 Xiang Jiang North Rd, Jing Shun Rd
  • Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100103

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Dulwich College is one of the UK's oldest independent schools, founded in South London as a boys’ school in 1619. Dulwich College International (DCI) was established to bring the Dulwich education to students around the world.

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