- BOYS DAY & BOARDING (11 to 18 years)
The Tuesday of Founder’s Week was devoted to a day of activities with the overarching aim of providing the pupils with an experience they would remember.
Monday's celebration of the College's 400th anniversary was an inspiring day of pageantry, words and music.
On Friday 21 June almost 1,400 Dulwich College pupils and 200 staff were off-timetable in order to engage in community-focused projects and charity-fundraising events.
This week has seen Dulwich College visit the movies to celebrate Old Alleynians who have contributed to the silver screen, either in front, or behind, the camera.
We were very pleased to welcome Year 7 and 8 pupils from Kingsdale School, Allyens, JAGs and Elm Green who joined us for a Friday afternoon quiz based on books shortlisted for the CILIP Carnegie Medal.
- Creative Arts
- Examination Results
- Sport & Adventure
- The Fallen of the Great War
- Free Learning
- Friends of Dulwich College
Learning beyond the curriculum fed by curiosity and teachers’ deep knowledge
The stories of the over 530 Old Alleynians who died in the First World War
Ignite, invent and imagine; our creative arts allow boys to excel
Sport’s central role helps promote a healthy and active lifestyle for all
Our 2017 GSCE and A level results
Join friendly fellow parents who meet socially and raise charitable funds