It is a pleasure to report that our Year 11 pupils have achieved excellent GCSE results.
Dulwich College Year 13 students received their A level results this morning.
If you are planning a trip to Scotland this month, be sure to catch one of the thrilling and inventive theatre productions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival featuring Alleynians and OAs.
On Saturday 13 July Hakan Digby, Jamaal Darlington and Christo Chilton represented Dulwich College and London in the English Schools Athletics Championships at Alexander Stadium, Birmingham.
Thanks to the incredible generosity of so many this academic year, we have raised a phenomenal £1.5m from 1,139 donors for bursaries at the College.
We are sad to announce that Philip Storey has passed away following a short battle with cancer.
35 Year 12 Boys spent the first week of the summer holidays in the Vercors, France, completing their Duke of Edinburgh Gold Expedition.
Over the first three days of July, 64 more Year 10 boys completed their Silver Qualifying Expedition for their Duke of Edinburgh Award.
The 1st XI Cricket team enjoyed a fine end to their season, winning two out of three games at the Framlingham Cricket Festival.
400 year celebrations, a Founder's Day concert like no other, and a summer full of cricket; what more could a boy ask for.
On Friday 28 June the three Foundation Schools met together at Christ's Chapel of God's Gift in Dulwich Village for our annual Service of Commemoration.
This morning Dr Spence presented the Wilson Cup to Sidney’s new Upper School House Captains, Josh McConnell and Archie Taylor
Our athletes have finished a brilliant summer of competition with many team and individual successes to celebrate.
The Dulwich College Accounting team journeyed to Birmingham to compete in the Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales’ BASE competition National Finals.
On the Saturday of Founder’s Day, over 100 boys, siblings, parents, staff, OAs and a Governor attended Dulwich Park for the weekly 5K parkrun.
If one image sums up the OA Reunion last night it was the largest-ever gathering of OAs singing the School song under the Clock Tower with the flicker of mobile phone screens lighting up the South Gravel.
On Thursday 27 June 2019, as part of Founder's Week celebrations, the College held the Super Sized House Singing Competition.
Wednesday 26 June 2019 saw the College celebrating both Sport and the Day House system: two important elements of College life.
Back in March, Luca Franchi (Year 12) entered the SatelLife competition run by the UK Space Agency, in collaboration with the government.
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.