We are launching Dulwich College Parkrunners to help promote running as a healthy lifestyle choice and to link together members of the College Community (boys, parents, OAs and staff) to get out and run at the weekends.
Our two major school events of the season are The English Schools Cross Country Cup which takes us up to the Christmas break...
On the 7 February, Ben Joe, Joe Atkinson, and Luke Jensen-Jones travelled to Dallas to take part in the Old Parkland Debating Championships.
On Sunday 18 February, Dulwich fielded three teams in the second regional round of the Cambridge Schools’ Debating Competition.
Congratulations to Felix Swirsky and the Operation Wallacea team going to Ecuador and Galapagos this summer.
The Lent term football kicked off in style with the senior footballers travelling to Barcelona at the start of the Christmas holidays for five days.
Wednesday evening's House Music Competition was a great example of Dulwich at its best.
A report from Dulwich College International.
The Dulwich College Ski Racing team have returned from five fantastic days at this year’s British Schoolboys Ski Racing Championships...
On Tuesday 6 February our Biomedical Society hosted a visit from Adam Kay OA.
With less than two weeks to go until the concert, War Requiem rehearsals are well underway at Dulwich College, JAGS and Alleyn’s.
Head of DT James Humphrey, joined seven other Dulwich College international schools from both China and Korea for two days of exploration and discovery into the latest cutting-edge technology that is used in schools and industry.
Last night, Dulwich hosted the Oxford Schools’ Debating South London Regional Round.
On Sunday 4 February 22 teams of Year 12 students from across the country came to Dulwich’s very own Laboratory to compete in the Weizmann UK Safecracking competition.
A report from Dulwich College International
The most recent professional networking event took place last week at the impressive Citigroup Centre in Canary Wharf. Hosted by Amit Bhola (95-00) the evening was given over to a panel discussion on Financial Technology (Fintech) chaired by OA and deputy editor of The Economist, Tom Standage (83-87).
The School Captains Mitch Simmonds and Ayman D’Souza travelled with Dan Stanley, Deputy Head of Upper School to Shanghai, China to attend the annual Dulwich College International Student Leadership Conference.
On Tuesday 30 January, over 100 pianists took part in the 22nd Annual Piano Competition, which took place in the Old Library.
The annual Dulwich College Courses and Careers Convention took place on Saturday 27 February with over 70 external exhibitors in attendance along with students and parents from Year 11 and the Upper School.
Last night (Thursday 25) Dulwich hosted the second regional round of the prestigious Mace Competition run by the English Speaking Union.