As part of the Dulwich College International (DCI) family, Dehong students have the opportunity to collaborate with their peers and benefit from DCI initiatives. Through such activities and events, we are able to further reinforce the importance of sportsmanship, creativity and leadership. Yearly group events include Diversity, the Dulwich Festival of Music, Shakespeare Festival, Shackleton lectures and more. Dehong students are able to compete with and learn alongside students within the network, forging life-long friendships and enriching their overall learning experience.
The D’ Oscars film festival is a celebration of our younger students’ film work, culminating in a glamorous Oscar-style awards evening where professionals from the film industry judge the work and present the awards.
Diversity is a series of events that brings world class practitioners from the visual and performing arts to facilitate workshops and master classes with our students. We have partnered with the Royal Northern College of Music, Berklee College of Music, University of Auckland Dance Group and more.
The International Schools Choral Music Society (ISCMS) was set up to give students the opportunity to perform in a professional venue under the instruction of world-renowned musicians.
Every four years students from all Dulwich College International (DCI) schools and the founding school meet to compete in sports and to perform music and drama together. The next Olympiad will be held in London in 2019, where students will be able to participate in the founding College’s quadricentennial celebrations.
The Music, Art, Drama and Dance (MADD) festival is a Junior School event that allows students from across the network to practice their performance skills as well as discover new art forms.