Founded in 2015, Invictus International School in Singapore has grown from 40 students and 15 staff to over 1,000 students and 300 staff with campuses that reach beyond Singapore's shores, including Hong Kong, China and Cambodia.
The brainchild of John Fearon and Dr Mark Hon, Invictus was founded with the aim of providing an affordable high-quality international school education from kindergarten to A-Levels.
Invictus International School is a subsidiary of Sing-Ed Global Schoolhouse Pte Ltd (Sing-Ed), the education arm of the Singapore Exchange mainboard listed Chip Eng Seng Corporation. Headquartered in Singapore, Sing-Ed invests in education services and products that leverage technology both in Singapore as well as internationally. It also invests in educational institutions from preschool to post-secondary.
Under the leadership of Sing-Ed, Invictus has grown exponentially despite the pandemic to establish a regional network of K-12 schools in Singapore, Hong Kong and Cambodia, with plans to expand to Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Australia. Schools under the Invictus umbrella are known to offer quality international curricula, with a focus on the holistic development of its students.