Seoul Foreign School (SFS)
Founded in 1912, Seoul Foreign School is an IB World School. It offers a Western-style college preparatory education guided by a Christian philosophy for the children of the international community in Seoul, regardless of race, creed or religion. Student enrollment is at approximately 1500 with over 50 different nationalities represented.
Seoul Chinese School (SCS)
Founded in 1999, Seoul Chinese School provides a secondary education, abiding by the laws and ethics of Ministry of Education, Republic of China (Taiwan). Currently, a number of students reach out to be almost 1,400, studying in 27 different class rooms. Students are subjected to choose whether to go to a university in Taiwan or Korea. Also, students must choose a prerequisite degree to prepare a university study, which are either Liberal Arts (文科MunGwa) or Natural Science (理科IGwa). Each student must take a compulsory class for Korean Study, for 3 hours per week. But, for 2nd and 3rd grade of high school students, they are subjected to study a considerable amount of time in Korean language.